Join us for our 2nd annual Winter Supper at the Old City Wine Bar on December 15th, 2017 from 7-10 pm. This festive dinner will be prepared by Chef Paul Sellas of Rebel Kitchen. The supper will include some of Beardsley's own produce, sustainably sourced meat from Spring Creek Farm, and a selection of fine wine from the Old City Wine Bar. Limited seating will be available for this special event, so purchase your tickets today!
Old City Wine Bar
108 W Jackson Ave
Knoxville, TN 37902
Tickets are $100 (plus service fees).
Proceeds from this dinner will support the farm's mission to address food security issues in Knoxville through produce donations, community gardening, and education opportunities.
About the dinner: The supper will include meat, with a vegetarian and vegan options. The dinner will be served promptly at 7:00 pm.
About beverages: We will serve water, tea, coffee, and wine from Old City Wine Bar.
Special requests: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any dietary restrictions or needs, to request a vegan option, and for any special seating requests (i.e., you would like to be seated with friends who purchased separate tickets).
Slow Cooked Carrots Buried In Their Tops, Fried Broccoli Purée
Cured Carolina Coast Fluke, Butter Poached Bok Choy, House Mustard
Mossy Creek Mushroom Agnolotti, Sweet Potato, Brown Butter
Spinach Salad, Swiss Chard Tops & Bottoms, Bitter Orange, Creamy Pine Nut Dressing
Spring Creek Lamb, Salt Baked Turnip "Table Side"
Chocolate Bread Pudding, Raspberry Cream
To learn more about Beardsley please visit: www.beardsleyfarm.org
About CAC Beardsley Farm:
CAC Beardsley Community Farm has promoted food security and sustainable urban agriculture through practice, education, and community outreach for 19 years. Beardsley Farm grows and donates over 10,000 pounds of produce annually to local food pantries, and a women's shelter. The farm additionally offers extensive child, youth, and adult education programming on growing food organically. We also offer 30 free garden plots for members of our local community and host an urban fruit orchard in Malcolm Martin Park.
All of this is made possible by community support and volunteers! Volunteers have the opportunity to learn a wide range of gardening skills, such as composting, seed saving, beekeeping, basic construction, and everything in-between. We welcome volunteers of all ages and skill levels to get involved. To learn more, information please call 546.8446 or email email@example.com.