In the name of good taste and a new Food Artisan Micro Grants Fund, chefs and guests celebrate Utah’s food producers on their own turf — a unique fundraiser on a beautiful working farm.

WHO: Slow Food Utah, (local chapter of Slow Food USA and Slow Food

International) a completely volunteer-run non-profit dedicated to

promoting sustainable agriculture and building community through food. Creators

of Riley Elementary’s Schoolyard Garden program, taste education for kids and

adults and edible field trips to local food producers.

WHAT: An extraordinary dinner event featuring a multi-course menu full of

artisan, seasonal, and local ingredients…

· Chefs include: Greg Neville (Lügano), Dave Jones (Bambara), Jerry Garcia (Chez Betty), Colton Soelberg & Joseph McRae (Pizzeria 712) and Aimee Altizer (Talisker) and Amber Billingsley (Farina Cakes)

· Antipasti provided by Liberty Heights Fresh

· Optional wine and beer pairing featuring, organic, biodynamic or regional wine and award-winning local microbrews

Special guests of the event are Utah’s farmers, ranchers, cheese -makers and bakers who make eating locally so delicious.

Includes a silent auction specially tailored to food lovers with items such as cooking classes, autographed cook books, food tours and unique edible items.

WHEN: Saturday, August 16, 2008 @ 5:30 p.m.

WHERE: Hosted by Copper Moose Farm

115 Old Ranch Road, Park City,

WHY: All proceeds from the event go directly to Slow Food Utah’s Food Artisan

Micro Grant program created to assist local food artisans in their pursuit of

technological advancement, hands-on research and internships with renowned experts in their field (cheese making, sustainable ranching, etc.) and building Utah’s food scene.

HOW: $100 dinner, $30 optional wine or beer pairing

RSVP (with credit card) — (via secure PayPal)

OR 801.706.8828

RSVP (with check or money order) —

Slow Food Utah, PO BOX 520284,

Salt Lake City, UT 84152