Event: 100-Mile Farm to Table Sustainable Luncheon

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Event: 100-Mile Farm to Table Sustainable Luncheon

  • date: August 12, 2017
  • time: 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
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  • Eating locally produced, in-season food is one of the easiest ways to make a positive impact on local agriculture, small community economies and your carbon footprint. Join us on the patio for a casual lunch prepared by 21 Acres’ kitchen team and experience the wide variety of flavors that are possible eating locally! These delicious themed menus are created using seasonal ingredients sourced primarily within 100 miles of Woodinville. 

    August 12, Hive to Table

    Experience a lunch menu filled with delectable dishes all featuring HONEY! Summer bounty doesn’t get much sweeter than honey, the nutrient-rich byproduct of our hard-working honeybees, and it becomes the focal point of this lunch menu you won’t want to miss!

    Here’s the amazing menu:

    “Pollinator” Salad Niçoise
    Bee friendly Salad Niçoise with cucumber, green beans, fennel, peppermint and our 21 Acres’ Kitchen pickled cherries. All vegetables are pollinator plants from the Puget Sound area. Flavored with mustard Herb de Province vinaigrette. 

    Grilled Peach and Mozzarella Salad
    Peaches grilled and stacked with mozzarella cheese – hints of honey and Bourbon from Woodinville Whisky add a nice flavor! 

    Sumac Thyme Spiced Vegetables
    Squash, carrots, fennel, onions and other bee friendly vegetables are roasted with our house-made sumac thyme spice. 

    Buttermilk and Honey Chicken
    Chicken from Sage & Sky Farm marinated in buttermilk for juicy flavor!  Served with honey harissa sauce. 

    Squash Blossom and Fromage Blanc filled Buckwheat Blintz
    Buckwheat crepes topped with Savory Herb Cream and blueberry capers

    Honey Flan with Hazelnut Crunch and Pollinator Berries
    Honey egg flan served with a crunchy hazelnut bar accompanied with glorious summer berries 

    Honey Rosehip Infused Tea
    Honey sweetened iced tea infused with rosehips harvested from 21 Acres Farm 

    Sampling of mead from Sky River Mead 
    The consumption of honey-wine (mead) dates back to the ancient civilizations of Europe, Asia and Africa. Traces of a mead-like beverage have been found in vessels dating back as far back as 7000BC!  Try a small sample of a couple different varieties of this locally produced, pollinator-provided beverage! 


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