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SEE YOU TONIGHT! OUR DINNER WILL OCCUR RAIN OR SHINE. COCKTAILS AT 6, DINNER AT 7
PLEASE CALL ANNA AT 845-358-7143 FOR TICKETS. ONLINE SALES HAVE ENDED.
On Saturday, July 6, 2013, The Sylvia Center invites you to our annual Farm to Table Benefit Dinner in the fields of Katchkie Farm. Columbia County's best chefs and Great Performances will work together to create a buffet dinner featuring seasonal and local ingredients. Proceeds from the dinner will benefit The Sylvia Center.
Cocktail hour will take place from 6-7pm and dinner will commence at 7pm. We hope you will join us for this delicious night at the Farm! Our dinner will occur rain or shine. No refunds available.
Dinner includes (subject to change):
Katchkie Farm Sausage
Arugula Pesto, Ricotta & Pickled Fennel Slider
Glazed Baby Carrots
Wildflower Honey & Dill
Katchkie Farm Tomato Gazpacho
Cured Ham Sandwiches
"Fish & Game"
Pretzel Bread & Lady Jayne's Mustard
Mediterranean Cous Cous
"Cafe Le Perche"
Feta, Mint, Cucumbers, Kalamata Olives, Tomatoes, Oregano & Red Wine Vinaigrette
Garden Vegetables & White Balsamic
White Clam Pizza
Katchkie Farm Bacon, Garlic & Herbs
Hand Pulled Mozzarella, White Anchovy, Grape Tomato, Red Onion
Katchkie Farm Kale, Mushroom & Tomato Pizza
Fire Roasted Pig
Pickled Ramp Chimichurri
Ciabatta Rolls, & Pickles
Grilled Montauk Tilefish
Summer Tomatoes, Sweet Corn Caponata and Basil Oil
Hand Rolled Cavatelli
Arugula Pesto and Eggplant
Braised Collard Greens
Baby Spinach Salad
Strawberry, Red Onion & Almond Salad
Peas, Cucumber & Chervil
Grilled Summer Squash Salad
Burrata, Basil, Torn Croutons & Heirloom Tomato
Fingerling Potato, Cured Tomato, Caperberry and Fennel Confit
Broccoli Slaw, Toasted Sunflower Seeds, Buttermilk and Dried Cranberries
Peach and Berry Cobblers
Max's Famous Chocolate Chip Cookies
Thank you to our Media Sponsor, Edible Hudson Valley!
If you are a farmer interested in attending this event, please call Jenn at 212-337-6075.
When & Where
The Sylvia Center
The mission of The Sylvia Center is to inspire young people to become healthy eaters and advocates for healthy food in the families and communities. Through our programs, participants learn what fresh food is, how delicious it tastes, and how to prepare healthy meals on a daily basis. We teach skills that inspire our students to establish independent healthy eating habits — so that they may lead healthy and productive lives.