Harvest Dinner to Benefit the Queens County Farm
Dinners of the Farm III: Harvest Dinner
As the summer turns into fall, the Queens County Farm Museum and chefs Camille Becerra and Daniel Holzman invite you to a four course outdoor dinner on the farm.
This dinner, served family style out in one of our vegetables fields, is a wonderful occasion to share an amazing meal with new friends in a bucolic atmosphere, away from the noise and traffic of New York City (without actually leaving the city).
Each course and the passed appetizers will feature eggs, honey, pork, and vegetables harvested from our 47 acre farm and will be paired with a New York wine.
Farmer Michael Grady Robertson will lead a tour of the farm and talk about the exciting plans for expansion and growth at the Queens County Farm.
About Dinners on the Farm:
The Dinners on the Farm series invites farmers, chefs, and diners to our farm in New York City for an evening. We believe that farmers have more than stories to tell, they have knowledge to share and practices to teach. Each dinner features a pre-meal workshop or tour. The first dinner in this series was held in March of 2009 with farmer Julie Engel who gave a workshop on pasture raising rabbits, followed by a five-course dinner prepared by the GradyWood Supper Club. The second dinner featured Hapa Kitchen and Apple Pond Farm, a renewable energy resource center. We welcome suggestions for future dinners and workshops.
All proceeds benefit the Queens County Farm Museum, a 47 acre 501c3 non-profit farm and education center in New York City.
Queens County Farm Museum
73-50 Little Neck Parkway
Floral Park, NY 11004
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