Enjoy a multi-course dinner made with local, farm fresh ingredients prepared by Chef Travis Tauscheck. We’ll be joined by Arthur Ircink and Kyle Cherek, producer and host of Wisconsin Foodie, the Emmy nominated television series dedicated to discovering the stories behind the food we eat. The evening will also include live music by the unique classical ensemble, Kat Trio. Proceeds will benefit Wisconsin Public Television. Tickets are $50 each and are available for purchase at the Garden Expo E-store. Reserved tables of eight are also available for purchase.
Garden Expo Garden to Table Dinner
February 11, 2012
Harmony Valley Farms beet green & golden beet soup with Batch Bakehousedemi-baguette and Organic Valley pasture butter
Winter chicories salad of chioggia radicchio, red watercress, & frisee, pickled radishes, Ray’s hickory nut crouton, Uplands Pleasant Ridge Reserve, white-balsamic & Gentle Breeze honey vinaigrette
Roast Ruegsegger Farms chicken breast stuffed with wild rice & pine nuts,Driftless Organics mashed potatoes with Organic Valley pasture butter and Troy Gardens fresh chives, Organic Valley cream & Sartori SarVecchio Cheese, and braised collard greens with Cudahy Farms bacon
Driftless Organics cabbage stuffed with wild rice, carrots, fennel, apples, & pine nuts topped with Organic Valley cream & Sartori SarVecchio Cheese, andDriftless Organics roast potatoes & garlic, winter squash ragu
Wisconsin Apple Orchards Bavarian apple tartlet
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