Both pictures made with a shutter time of 1/60 second. It just shows the speed and precision of the kitchen staff. Please do not try to do his at home!
ENJOY THE BEST POSSIBLE START TO THE DAY
SATURDAYS AT STANFORD HARVEST
Between 9:30am – 11:30am
The breakfast buffet is the first meal of the day, weather you want an ‘on- the -run breakfast’ or you would like to timelessly gaze through the windows, with a ‘slow lazy start’ to your Saturday – it is all readily available on our Breakfast Buffet Table…
Spinach and Feta Frittata
Salmon and Spring Onion Quiche
Flapjacks with Bacon and drizzled with our farm Honey
Warm Carrot and Apple Muffins
Special Marmite Scones
Homemade Jam and Marmalade
INCLUDING a Coffee and Fresh Orange Juice
ALL for R100p/plate
Bookings Essential: 081 021 2313
Look forward to welcoming you and giving you “THE BEST POSSIBLE START TO YOUR SATURDAY!”
Tuesday June 16 the exhibition ‘Stanford Local Art Harvest‘ opened in the gallery of Stanford Harvest. Stanford is home to a variety of artists. In the course of this exhibition we will introduce them all in this blog.
The exhibition lasts to 19 July.
The photographs Herman van Bon exhibits in the gallery are all of local subjects including the old truck in front of the restaurant. Other photographs are in the collection of Saatchi in LA (USA). In 2014 his work was displayed at Times Square in NYC. Thanks to social media presence his work finds its way to private collections in especially Europe but also in the USA and Australia.
NOTE: This Winter season Stanford Harvest is open Friday and Saturdays 9am to 4pm. Sundays 9am to 11am for breakfasts and 12am for Sunday Roast Buffet.
If people want to see the gallery during other days and times they may contact Lynn on 081 021 2313 for an appointment.
Tuesday June 16 the exhibition ‘Stanford Local Art Harvest’ starts in the gallery of Stanford Harvest. Stanford is home to a variety of artists. In the course of this exhibition we will introduce them all in this blog.
The exhibition lasts to 19 July.
Exhibitors are: Nicky Ross, Siobhan, Sara Abbott, Yvonne de Wit, Marian Binder Williams, Tracy Algar, Herman van Bon, Val Myburg and Sanette Upton.
Recently we experienced a baby boom on the farm. The photographer made hundreds of pictures including portraits of ewes and lambs. And if you think that there is no ‘vivid‘ in ‘sheepish portraits …. . Oh .. every animal has its own personality; sheep included.
… but always on the way if you want a real farmer’s breakfast or lunch in the Overberg region in the Western Cape, South Africa. After a 2-week break the restaurant doors open this Wednesday 3 June again and everybody is welcome to enjoy a hearty meal; enjoy the landscape, our livestock, the land and the gardens; watching birds, chill along the dam, taste mead, buy home made take-aways, meet Marley the farm/restaurant dog, buy or just admire the art, etc. etc..
Shepherds Koos and Mwala keep a watching eye on the ewes and the lambs. Occasionally an ewe has difficulties in lambing. Helping hands are needed. Both team members of Elandsvalley Farm are experienced and knowledgable. In this case the head of the lamb needed some ‘straightening’ as Koos mentioned. His hand goes in; feels; moved the head in position and next he pulls the lamb out. All ends well as you can see in this photo-gallery. Mother and daughter are happy!