I’ve been living in Minnesota for almost 15 years.
I thought I knew everything about the Minnesota food scene.
I was so wrong.
Apparently I didn’t know anything about this cool place!
When I was googling trying to look for things to do during our stay-cation, this came up.
Pizza at the farm.
Or officially, A to Z Produce and Bakery.
Okay, technically it’s not in Minnesota, but it’s in Wisconsin, and we are so close to it.
I had to try it.
This is a working farm and they serve pizza only Tuesdays from 4:30 to 8:00.
You bring your own utensils, chairs (or a blanket), and non-alcoholic beverages, and you take everything (including garbage) back home with you.
I planned the whole day for this pizza dinner.
We were there at 4:20 pm.
No line. Yeah!
We quickly agreed on Green Veggie Delight.
They told us that our number was “10” and the number showing at the counter was “007”.
The lady who took our order said it would be only about 5 minutes and told us to stay around.
There were two brick pizza ovens, and they were being managed by two women.
All the pizza coming out of the ovens looked so good, and we were definitely getting ready for our dinner.
Finally we got our pizza and set up a picnic.
Lots of beautiful veggies.
And the crust was perfectly cooked.
They use flour that they grind themselves. How awesome is that?!
The pizza was delicious, and the setting was perfect!
Wherever you turn, there were photo opportunities.
This experience (spending an hour on a real farm) satisfies someone like me who fantasizes about the farm life but also knows that it is not for her.
All the work that comes with farming… I don’t think I can do it; well at least I’m honest about it.
Our dessert was from Stockholm Pie and General Store that we stopped by on our way.
The mixed berry pie and their famous double lemon pie were both delicious.
A great way to complete a farm meal, if you ask me.
We left the farm full and happy, and came home with one of their gorgeously rustic homemade breads.
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