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Posted: May 26 2010

A CULTURED DINNER FOR  CITY SLICKER FARMS

Join us Friday June 4th, from 6-10pm for a night of culture and entertainment.
There will be music, art, a four course fermented feast with locally crafted fermented drinks and guest speakers Novella Carpenter, author of Farm City, and Willow Rosenthal, founder of City Slicker Farms, plus a CSF Backyard Gardener to speak about their program.
It’s sure to be a great night, so spread the word, tell your friends and come on out!
Tickets are $75 and available HERE.  Kids accompanied by parents get in free.

Ferment Change is an annual celebration of fermented foods and urban agriculture benefiting the work of City Slicker Farms.

Location: St. Paul's Episcopal School - Parish Hall, 116 Montecito Ave., Oakland

6-7pm:
An outdoor reception, hors d’oeuvres, music and a silent art auction.
7:00-8:30pm:
A four course dinner of…
·  Sprouted Pea Bisque w/ a simple red cabbage kraut and pea shoot garnish.  Served with rustic sourdough rolls and Straus butter.
· A Salad of Little City Garden Greens w/ spiced walnuts and chevre; tossed w/ a Fuyu persimmon vinaigrette.
· A main course of Dijon-braised tempeh triangles with peach chutney, slow roasted root vegetables in an herbed Champagne vinaigrette w/a side of steamed greens and pickled sea vegetables.
· Chocolate cake drizzled with a local honey-oat yogurt glaze and TripleSec roasted Swanton strawberries.
Plus a sample of locally fermented krauts and plenty of homebrew, ginger beer, and Kombucha!
8:30-9:30pm: Guest Speakers

Tickets are $75 and available from Brown Paper Tickets HERE.

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