In the name of good taste and a new Food Artisan Micro Grants Fund, chefs and guests celebrate
’s food producers on their own turf — a unique fundraiser on a beautiful working farm. Utah
WHO: Slow Food
International) a completely volunteer-run non-profit dedicated to
promoting sustainable agriculture and building community through food. Creators
of Riley Elementary’s
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
· Optional wine and beer pairing featuring, organic, biodynamic or regional wine and award-winning local microbrews
Special guests of the event are
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
WHY: All proceeds from the event go directly to Slow Food
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
HOW: $100 dinner, $30 optional wine or beer pairing
RSVP (with credit card) — www.slowfoodutah.org (via secure PayPal)
RSVP (with check or money order) —