SPAN is pleased to announce that the Harvest Farm Dinner at the Pastures of Plenty Farm has been rescheduled for Saturday, October 19 at 5:00pm.
To honor Domestic Violence awareness month join us for a
Harvest Farm Dinner
a flavorful farm to table dinner with friends and family!
Saturday, October 19, 2013
There is a full moon that weekend so join us for what is sure to be a lovely evening under the stars, for a delicious dinner featuring local, organic foods. We’ll keep warm by the bonfire and celebrate the harvest, our wonderful community and the great work that SPAN is doing to support domestic violence survivors and their children.
Tickets are $80 per person
Appetizers- Sautéed wild mushrooms, caramelized onions and crème fraiche on crostini, Colorado farmhouse cheese and fruit presentation, shooters of whisky cured delicate squash soup, grilled spicy beef skewers.
Entrees- Farmer John Long’s roasted pulled pork shoulder with garbanzo beans and sautéed greens in a paprika sauce and Rocky Mountain trout in parchment with fresh sage, shallots, and natural bacon
Accompanying the Entrees- Roasted autumn vegetables with parsnips, baby carrots, turnips and fingerling potatoes, arugula salad with roasted beets and Haystack Chevre
Artisan breads for the Mediterranean (Med) Bakery
Dessert prepared by Med Bakery- Colorado Apples and lemon cake topped with fresh apples, cinnamon and almond streusel, topped with vanilla whip cream.
Pastures of Plenty Farm is a 35-acre organic vegetable, herb and cut flower farm and event venue. Originally homesteaded in 1887, this 35-acre family farm in Boulder County, is over-looked by mesas and surrounded by idyllic fields, a perfect place to enjoy a very special fundraising event. This event is also a great way to show your support for a local farm in the wake of the flooding this fall!