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COOK And Wyebrook Farm Are Partnering To Bring Sustainable, Farm Fresh Food To Center City

If you've been itching to get out to Wyebrook Farm in Honey Brook, PA but haven't found the time, have no fear, as weekly deliveries of the sustainable farms beef, chicken, pork and vegetables will now arrive every Tuesday at COOK. (Photo courtsey: Wyebrook Farm)

We’ve long extolled the virtues of the humanely and sustainably raised beef, pork and chicken that can be found at many of the farms surrounding Philadelphia. We are a fortunate bunch to live in such close proximity to high quality food. And, with the recent announcement that our friends at COOK will now be a pick-up location for the amazing products grown and produced at Wyebrook Farm, things just keep getting better for Philly’s local food scene.

Beginning Tuesday, June 19th and continuing every Tuesday throughout the summer, city dwellers will be able to pick-up Wyebrook Farm products at COOK, located just off Rittenhouse Square.

It’s simple to order and there is no minimum purchase amount. Visit Wyebrook’s product and price list to see what’s available and send all orders via email to info@wyebrookfarm.com and indicate “Cook Pick Up” in the subject line. Then, go to COOK between 12 – 3PM on Tuesdays, meet Farmer Dean and pick up your order. All orders must be placed by Monday at 3PM for Tuesday pick-up.

While at COOK, be sure to check out their incredible supply of cookbooks and kitchen gear, we bet you’ll leave with more than just sustainably raised meat! For more information, visit the COOK website.

And while having easy access to Farmer Dean’s incredible meat is great, we also highly recommend a trip to the farm in Chester County. Nothing beats diving into a delectable Wyebrook Burger while taking in the farm’s beautiful 355-acres. It is Dean’s goal for people to understand where and how their food is produced and he welcomes visitors to Wyebrook every Saturday and Sunday to shop in the farm’s on-site market and cafe.

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