Slow Food Skidmore Dinner Menu, December 4 at 6:30pm


Mixed Organic Green Salad

with kolrabi, radish, & apple slaw, apple cider vinaigrette

Farm Contributors: Kilpatrick Family Farm, Argyle Cheese Farmer, Pleasant Valley Farm, Saratoga Apple
Cavatelli Pasta
with roasted butternut squash, shitaki mushrooms
roasted garlic sage pesto

Farm Contributors: Rutkowski Farm, Bulich Mushroom Grower
Root Vegetable Gratin
with sweet potato, leeks, purple top turnip, celeriac, cerephilly and grace cheeses

Farm Contributors: Denison Farm, Argyle Cheese Farmer, Kilpatrick Family Farm, Battenkill Valley Creamery, Sheldon Farms
Brussel Sprouts
with cider-braised onions

Farm Contributors: Denison Farm, Sheldon Farms
Slow Roasted Beet Salad

Farm Contributors: Kilpatrick Family Farm, Argyle Cheese Farmer, Denison Farm
Maple Glazed Carrots

Farm Contributors: Sheldon Farms, Denison Farm
Skidmore Bakeshop Artisan Rolls

Farm Contributor: North Country Flour
Baked Apple
with skidmore granola and maple cream anglaise

Farm Contributors: Battenkill Valley Creamery, Knight Orchards, Thomas Poultry Farm

Categories Events, Local Causes, News | Tags: , | Posted on December 2, 2012

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