The Art of Preservation, a “farm to table” dinner party benefiting the Heritage Conservancy, is being held on Saturday, Sept. 22 and will feature a locally-grown menu specially prepared by Jamie Hollander. The event will be held from 4 – 8 p.m. at the Historic Kirkland Farm in Springtown.
Say the organizers, “Join us for an elegant evening of cocktails and locally sourced delicacies on a historic farm at our inaugural Farm to Table event in Upper Bucks County. Proceeds will benefit land preservation efforts, including farmland, in the Cooks Creek Watershed area.”
According to Jamie Hollander, “Our Executive Chef, and expert forager, Luke Smithson, will be foraging on the Kirkland Farm property for mushrooms to include in the menu, which also features grilled pizzas, local apple and sage-stuffed roasted turkey breast, heirloom tomato salad, potato gratin with chanterelle cream, and pumpkin biscuits with maple butter.”
For dessert, guests will have their choice of apple, pumpkin, or blueberry pies, served à la mode. See the the full menu here.
Tickets are available through the Heritage Conservancy website.
(info from press releases included)
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