A rainy night wasn't enough to dampen our enthusiasm for Pizza on the Farm.
Tuesday nights, the Pizza Farm in Stockholm, Wisconsin, bakes up "killer" pizzas from ingredients grown on the farm. (Yes, even the grain to make the flour for the crusts.)
I suggest arriving as early as possible; it's a popular destination on Tuesday nights. The lines will become long.
One size of pizza -- BIG
The wood-burning pizza ovens are fired up already on Monday mornings for the Tuesday night baking.
The pizzas are prepared in a small, enclosed prep kitchen opposite the two pizza ovens. When completed, a mad dash is made with the pizza peel to the oven.
Under better circumstances, the pizzas are eaten outdoors on the lawn, or picked up and taken home.
Fortunately, we were early enough to score a table inside one of the out-buildings; away from the rain.
A beautiful, old wood-burning heater keeps diners warm on chilly fall nights.
You bring your own drinks, silverware and napkins.
I can't even imagine how big the pizza crowds must be on a warm, sunny evening. What you can't see in this photo are the many cars that were lining the road as we drove away.