Thursday Night Pizza at Millsap Farm

 

Pizza with farm fresh ingredients, in the wood fired oven.

Pizza with farm fresh ingredients, in the wood fired oven.

Every Thursday this summer except 4th of July and August 1st, we are inviting you to IMG_0902our farm for pizza. Our delicious wood-fired pizzas are cooked in our handmade New Mexico style Horno wood-fired earthen oven at ~800 degrees taking less than 2 minutes to cook. The pizzas are served buffet style where we offer 3 pizza chosen due to our seasonal produce and we always offer cheese. Each week we harvest our seasonal fresh organically raised produce and create different kinds of pizzas that also feature other local meats, cheeses, sauces and vegetables.
We will provide water, and have a few drinks for sale if you prefer, but feel free to bring a drink of choice to accompany your meal. We have a limited number of tables, so bring along chairs, or a picnic blanket to sit on. If it rains you will receive a rain-check and you may come to the next pizza night we host.

Great photo of the pizza oven in action

Great photo of the pizza oven in action

Our farm runs a CSA, we sell produce at Farmers Market of the Ozarks (FMO), restaurants, and grocery stores. We have a passion for community and see our pizza night as forging what is lost too much in our culture:community. We hope you choose to join us some night this summer, feel free to extend an invitation to your friends and family.
We also host special events, like birthday party, graduation parties, wedding showers etc. We have a $200 minimum, or $10 a adult and $5 child and can host up to 100 people. Call for information and dates!
Not everyone lives on a farm, but everyone loves Pizza at the farm! Please pick up after yourself, and keep up with your kids while you are here.

Buy tickets at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/409335, or purchase a paper ticket from us at FMO or at CSA pick up here on the farm

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