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The Prodigal Cook Farm

    Sun & Salads: This Noida Farm Does All-Organic 4-Course Sunday Brunches

    Rene posted on 18 January

    What Is It?

    The Prodigal Cook Farms in Noida, an urban farm we visited a while ago, is now doing more than growing and delivering farm-fresh veggies. Taking from all the interest they generated as they went along, they decided to host open-air brunches every few weeks, where the dishes will all be made from organic farm ingredients. Called Plucked & Plated, this family-style brunch is perfect for winter and just the meal you should be eating if you’re hoping to be kinder to your stomach in 2018 {they have desserts also, guys}.

    Who Is It For?

    Parents looking for a place to picnic, folks who’ve resolved to eat healthy this year and everyone hoping to get out in Noida without heading to the mall.

    Why Should I Go For It?

    Neha and Puneet, head chefs and farm folks, have a special community table where everyone eats a zero-mile brunch. Everything you’re served is made from freshly-plucked produce from the farm itself and we see interesting things on the four-course menu including organic beverages, salads, banana and sweet-potato muffins, makki ki roti and saag, veggie burgers and even coffee. Recently, they added added a wood-fired pizzeria to add healthy pizzas to the brunch menu. So, not only will this farm food be good for you, you’ll also get interesting insights into farming in a sunny, informal setting. If nothing else, look at this as a way for you {and your kids} to play with garden tools, get your hands dirty and actually learn a thing or two about where your food’s coming from.

    Anything Else?

    Their adorable, overenthusiastic doggie, Tofu {vegan name FTW} and buffalo, Basanti love being petted when you’re taking a break from your meal. In fact, if you’d like to jam, paint, cook, click photos or showcase any of your talents, they are open to letting you explore any possibility under the sun. We’re thinking freshly-brewed coffee and acoustic music would be nice, right? They can host 10 people at once and the cost is INR 1,250 per person {children under 12 go free}. Know about upcoming farm meals and book here. They also have an active Facebook page that’s a great place to see what they’re up to.

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