Get Back to The Garden: a series of farm-to-table events in celebration of seasonal, local and organic plant-based foods.
I’ve always been fascinated with farm-to-table events, but have never actually tried attending one for fear I wouldn’t be able to eat the food. As a vegan for over four years now, I’ve accepted there are just some things that were out of reach.
I’m happy to finally change all that with Get Back to The Garden, a series of farm-to-table events. While a meat option will always be available, each menu will feature a 4-course feast of delicious, seasonal, local and organic plant-based foods. Each course will incorporate an ingredient out of our very own gardens. Other dietary restrictions can be accommodated upon request.
This meal isn’t just about eating, it’s about getting back to the garden! We’ll start with a tour of the gardens and chicken coop, where we’ll harvest ingredients for the afternoon meal. Then guests will enjoy a cooking demonstration from Natural Certified Chef Aleece Raw. The cooking demo will show guests exactly how some of the dishes are prepared so they can learn tips and techniques to take back to their own kitchen. Guests will then enjoy a sit down 4-course meal served by The Garden team. After eating, we’ll enjoy live music and cocktails on the patio.
Advanced tickets are $45 via Eventbrite. Day of Event tickets are $60 (if space is available). A special child's menu and rate will also be available in advance for $35. Tickets include complimentary drink upon arrival, full garden tour, cooking demonstration, 4-course meal and live music. Cash Bar, cash and credit card accepted. $10 from each ticket and 10% of cash bar sales will benefit a nonprofit partner. Tickets are limited – secure your space by booking in advance.
A perfect way to enjoy the weekend, chat with new friends, have fun and do good for some very good people. Mark your calendars now for all dates this summer. Each event will have a different menu and there will always be something new to learn and enjoy.
Get Back to The Garden series dates:
July 28, benefiting Slow Food Denver
August 10, benefiting Ounce of Nutrition
September 28, benefiting the Sunshine Food Project
We look forward to seeing you at The Garden,
Aleece & family
High Altitude Hops
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