On June 7, July 5, August 2 and September 6 2014, head to Cotati’s Suchernova Farm for a series of unforgettable outdoor summer dinners.
Each month, local chefs will prepare unforgettable multi-course meals from the day’s bounty, spotlighting the strong links between community farming and the pleasures of eating.
During the dinners, you learn about the 10-acre farms menagerie of animals, including Berkshire and Red wattle pigs; Scottish Highland cattle; cashmere, alpine and nubian goats; Navajo-Churro sheep along with laying hens, broilers (meat chickens breeds) and bees.
Organic vegetables are grown using permaculture and biodynamic methods–taking cues from the earth and seasons–as well as creating an experimental aquaponics system that uses fish to provide nutrients to growing vegetables.
Want to get in on the action?
• $100/person. Space is limited & payment is required to reserve a space.
• Call to reserve tickets 707.992.0056
• All major credit cards accepted.
• BYOB alcoholic beverages not included
• Dress is casual
Farm tour & Dinner, 5:30-8pm, Suchernova Farm, 909 West Sierra Ave., Cotati, CA 94931
(PS. I can’t believe how badly I screwed up the first version of this. PC’s are such evil machines.)