Farmer Martha Putnam of Farm Fresh Connection delivers shallots to hang above diners at Street & Co.  in  Portland, Maine. The restaurant was a pioneer of local dining and sits on a historic brick lane in the city's Old Port Neighborhood. In Portland farm to table dining is not a trend, it's a way of life. 

Farmer Martha Putnam of Farm Fresh Connection delivers shallots to hang above diners at Street & Co. in Portland, Maine. The restaurant was a pioneer of local dining and sits on a historic brick lane in the city's Old Port Neighborhood. In Portland farm to table dining is not a trend, it's a way of life. 

edit03Weil_Sherri_030.JPG
Print01_editMaillet_GM_078.JPG
Nuns_frisbee.jpg
03_cua_pfueller.JPG
 Farmer Martha Putnam of Farm Fresh Connection delivers shallots to hang above diners at Street & Co.  in  Portland, Maine. The restaurant was a pioneer of local dining and sits on a historic brick lane in the city's Old Port Neighborhood. In Portland farm to table dining is not a trend, it's a way of life. 
edit03Weil_Sherri_030.JPG
Print01_editMaillet_GM_078.JPG
Nuns_frisbee.jpg
03_cua_pfueller.JPG

Farmer Martha Putnam of Farm Fresh Connection delivers shallots to hang above diners at Street & Co. in Portland, Maine. The restaurant was a pioneer of local dining and sits on a historic brick lane in the city's Old Port Neighborhood. In Portland farm to table dining is not a trend, it's a way of life. 

show thumbnails