I had a bowlful of organic peaches ripening fast and a lime rolling around in the refrigerator and wondered how this combination would taste together. This morning was the first time that I tried it on toast and I am surprised at how delicious it is. I think that I’ll try making more over the weekend.
Saturday night I had dinner at The Schoolhouse At Cannondale. Dinner was well executed and excellent. The schoolhouse is very sweet and tastefully decorated. Owner, Tim LaBent, does such a good job of making customers feel welcome as well as cooking up a storm. I was invited to come into the kitchen, take a look around and get introduced to the staff. The kitchen was tiny, but hopping and everyone seemed to be in-tuned with cranking out dishes with love. The Schoolhouse At Cannondale is such a class act the menu personally welcomes you with your name printed at the top. Dinner consisted of “Baby carrots, avocado, radish, grilled scallion, lime, cilantro and sesame seeds;” “Posh n’ beans, ricotta, watercress, pea greens, and wave hill toast;” “Lamb sausage with cavatelli, broccoli rabe and preserved tomatoes;” “Squab with lacindo kale, spring onions, oyster mushrooms;” and “Chocolate soufflé with chocolate sauce and vanilla bean ice cream!”
I will definitely be making my way back to The Schoolhouse At Cannondale. A great place to bring friends as well.
The Schoolhouse At Cannondale
Owner Tim LaBant
34 Cannon Road
Wilton, CT 06897
Dinner: Wed-Sat 5:30-9:30 PM
Lunch: Fri-Sat 11:30 AM-2:00 PM
Brunch: Sunday 10 AM-2:-00 PM