Plate & Pitchfork Farm Dinners
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Plate & Pitchfork is an adventurous evening that celebrates and supports local farms. In fact every Plate & Pitchfork dinner begins with a farm tour. You see in most places, farms are disappearing and we’re concerned that they’ll be as hard to find as the blunt-nosed leopard lizard. So we want to make sure that you have a chance to meet your farmer and get to know a little bit about them and how they run their business. Our host farms range from 10 to 110 acres and their business models and produce are varied, but they all have one thing in common and that’s a commitment to using sustainable farming and business practices.
Plate & Pitchfork stages summer dinners ($90 to $150) at area farms to connect city folk with their producers. Fine china, wine pairings and guest chefs from top area restaurants come together in these elegant affairs, where the proceeds benefit nonprofit food and environmental organizations.
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