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Finnriver Farmcrafted Comfort Food Club

A 'Heat & Eat at Home' meal subscription -- featuring weekly “modern comfort” dishes of local-farm-sourced foods in a delicious range of culinary traditions!


The Finnriver Kitchen is offering a weekly “heat & eat” take-out meal plan.  Each week, the Finnriver Kitchen will produce a tasty pre-cooked dish in a 9x9 pan, offering 2 hearty servings of a comforting, delicious and nutritious meal, which can be easily re-heated and enjoyed at home.  

Dishes will range with vegetarian and meat-inclusive offerings such as: Cassoulet, Coq Au Cidre, Ratatouille, or a Warming White Cheddar Macaroni. You can sign up for Vegetarian only, Meat-only or 4 weeks of alternating options. The 4th week vegetarian option will also be Gluten-Free.

Dishes are created to highlight seasonal, locally sourced meat and veggies as much as possible from our local farms, including: Red Dog Farm, Finnriver Home Farm, Midori Farm, Mystery Bay Cheese, Samish Bay Creamery, Twin Sisters Creamery, SpringRain Farm, Egg & I Farm, Cape Cleare Fishery as well as other farms across the Olympic Peninsula and PNW region.

Pre-pay for one meal at a time (order online by Wednesday at noon) or purchase a monthly subscription (10% discount for pre-pay of 4+ meals at a time). Pick up each weekend at the Cider Garden during open hours.

*If you would like to provide a meal plan for a member of the community who could be nourished by your kindness and this good food, you can purchase one here and we will pass it on! We will distribute gift meals through either the Community Wellness Project’s food access program or through Jefferson County Anti-Racist Fund mutual aid network. Please select and pay for the meal plan you’d like to gift and leave us a message in the check out process that you’d like us to share it with others!

Sample menu of our January Meals

Pork Cassoulet

 Rich, slow cooked pork with white beans and a breaded top

Baked Ziti

Vegan sausage, vegetables and cheese curds with pasta

Chicken and biscuits

Farm style chicken stew with fresh herb drop biscuits

Mushroom Lentil Shepherd's Pie

Earthy blend of portobello, Cremimi, shiitake, Maitaki, oyster, andreishi  mushrooms, with lentils and buttery mashed potatoes

Support local farms while feeding yourself and family with good food!

Finnriver Comfort Food
Finnriver Comfort Food
Finnriver Comfort Food

Below are 3 subscription options to choose from. While we understand there may be dietary restrictions, we appreciate your understanding that there will be no special requests or adjustments to these curated meals.

Combined Meat & Veggie Option
First 4 weekends of each month
$80 per month (includes $10 discount with food subscription)

Meat Option
1st and 3rd weekend of each month
$50 per month

Vegetarian Option (4th week is also Gluten-Free)
2nd and 4th weekend of each month
$40 per month


  1. Thank you for understanding substutions will be not be allowed for these meals
  2. Meals are served in a re-usable ceramic dish that will need to be returned the following week when you pick up your next meal or upon your next visit.  Remember to bring your dish back! 
  3. Deposits: $30 for club members, refundable upon bringing your dish back after the last meal. $15 for individual purchases, upon bringing your dish back.
  4. If you'd like to order individual meals during the month, you can PRE-ORDER HERE by Wednesday 12pm for the upcoming weekend.
  5. If you sign up past the 1st of the month, your cost and meals will be pro-rated for the remainder of the month. You will receive email notifications shortly for your upcoming meals!

Finnriver Comfort Food
Finnriver Comfort Food
Finnriver Comfort Food

Brian Stafford

Brian Stafford

“Play with your food.”
  - Brian Stafford, Farm Chef at Finnriver

Brian discovered his love for food through art and experimentation. Throughout his diverse culinary journey, Brian has brought his passion and love for the PNW into the beautiful dishes he creates and inspires others to do the same. With a goal to increase healthy eating for both his family and the community, Brian works with local farmers and producers to provide a seasonal way to experience the Olympic Peninsula’s bounty by bringing people together to break bread and share a meal.  To see what Brian is cooking visit him on Instagram @dulcegrasosalado