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THIS WEEKEND! Farm to Table Dinner


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  • Organizer: Duck Creek Farm
  • Date: Saturday July 13 & Sunday July 14
  • Start Time: 6:30 pm
  • Event Length: 3 hours
  • Location: Duck Creek Farm, 134 Tripp Rd
  • Expires: 23 days, 18 hours

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  • Item listed by: on July 9, 2019

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    Join us this weekend for two very special events! We are thrilled to be collaborating with chef Danya Smith of Lulu’s Apron (www.lulusapron.com) on Saturday and Sunday to bring you an exceptional farm to table meal in our beautiful farm setting. Danya specializes in transforming fresh, local foods into gourmet masterpieces that will have your mouth watering. Enjoy the live acoustic music, cash bar serving local beer, wine and cider, and a chance to wander the fields where your meal has been grown!

    Sure to be an incredible evening you won’t want to miss!

    The Menu:

    Mushroom Arancini

    Organic green salad with farm fresh vegetables

    Miso glazed wild Sockeye Salmon

    Beet Salad with Chevre

    Roasted Fennel

    Isreali Couscous with Duck Creek veggies

    Dessert: Blueberry surprise!

    Vegetarian/vegan options are available and other dietary restrictions are happily accommodated. Please let us know ahead of time so we can ensure you get the most out of your dining experience.

    Tickets available online at: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/farm-to-table-dinner-on-duck-creek-farm-tickets-63036268175?aff=ebdssbdestsearch or in person at EATDRINKFERMENT (346 Lower Ganges Rd, beside Dagwoods).

    More information: https://duckcreek.ca/events-calendar/

    Questions? Email Ella at ebronstein93@gmail.com

    See you on the farm!

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