Delavan, Wisconsin — Who says fair food can’t be healthy and mouthwatering. At this year’s Wisconsin State Fair it’s possible to combine farm-fresh quality, flavor and local inspired tastes all in one hearty good for you meal. That’s why discriminating lamb-lovers and health-conscious eaters attending the upcoming Wisconsin State Fair, August 2 to 12 in West Allis, Wis., will want to seek out all-natural, premium farm-raised, WisconsinLamb™. Located in the Wisconsin Products Pavilion, Pinn-Oak Ridge Farms, LLC, the producer of WisconsinLamb™, of Delavan, brings a new twist to fair food with an upscale version of local gourmet inspired tastes that are fresh, healthy and delicious.
New this year, WisconsinLamb™ has partnered with local artisan producers to bring a mouthwatering menu of big flavor. One can experience the savory menu featuring Roasted Slice Leg of Lamb cooked to perfection for a succulent, exquisite taste. The all-natural, premium farm-raised, WisconsinLamb™ Roasted Leg of Lamb coupled with authentic cucumber sauce made using Sugar River Dairy’s Greek Yogurt promises to be a flavor-filled experience of local indulgence. Or bite into a sweet and tangy BBQ Pulled Lamb sandwich drizzled in Papa Woody’s BBQ sauce, made locally from scratch, and placed on an artisan bun.
“We bring the mild and sweet taste of high quality locally grown and processed lamb from our farm to fairgoers,” says Steve Pinnow along with his wife Darlene Pinnow, who own and operate Pinn-Oak Ridge Farms, the producer of WisconsinLamb™. “Offering exceptional flavor and mouthwatering tastes from a roasted slice leg of lamb to a BBQ pulled lamb sandwich; the State Fair is an opportune time for us as producers to make connections with those taking interest in local food, its quality and learn how our lambs are carefully raised.”
Pinn-Oak Ridge Farms, the trusted producer of WisconsinLamb™, the largest grower and processor of top grade lamb in the state, has been family-owned and operated. With complete pasture-to-plate oversight, Pinn-Oak Ridge is able to offer a high-quality gourmet product. The lambs are fed natural grains and handled humanely. Pinn-Oak Ridge’s own artisan cutting and packaging facility assures that lamb chops, spare ribs, boneless leg of lamb, ground lamb and other quality custom cut lamb products meet the needs of health-conscious eaters.
Beyond the 11 days of the State Fair, WisconsinLamb™ is available year-round throughout Wisconsin and the upper Midwest. Milwaukee-area fans of naturally delicious foods can shop Metcalfe’s Market of Wauwatosa, Outpost Natural Foods and Pinn-Oak Ridge Farms on-site and online retail stores for premium lamb. Fine dining restaurants including Chicago’s famed Spiaggia serve this delicately flavored specialty which provides the nutrition profile and consistent quality you expect from a gourmet product. If you don’t see it on the menu, ask for it by name.
For more information on the product line, a list of restaurants, grocery stores, order online or recipe ideas using premium lamb from Pinn-Oak Ridge Farms, LLC, the producer of WisconsinLamb™, visit www.wisconsinlamb.com.
As Wisconsin’s largest grower and processor of top grade lamb, Pinn-Oak Ridge Farms, LLC, the trusted producer of WisconsinLamb™, Delavan, Wis., knows lamb bringing more than a lifetime of farming expertise. The Pinnow family hones the raising of premium lamb — an all-natural, rich flavor, tender meat on their century family farmstead. Having complete control of lamb from pasture to plate delivers unmatched freshness and quality every time. A protein rich meat known for its mild and sweet taste packed full of superior nutrition is conveniently available year round. WisconsinLamb™ brings elegant cuisine to your menu with just the freshness and flavor nature intended.
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