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, […]

December 2, 2012 in Events, Local Causes, News by

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Slow Food Skidmore Dinner

What: Slow Food Skidmore Dinner When: Tuesday, December 4th Time: 6:30 pm Location: 2nd Floor, Murray Aikins Dining Hall, Rooms 1 and 2 Menu: TBD (local food options) Tickets: $25 per person, please purchase at Brown Paper Tickets Brought to you by: Slow Food Saratoga, Sustainable Skidmore, the Environmental Studies Program at Skidmore College, […]

November 8, 2012 in Local Causes, Previous Events by

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A Night at 9 Miles East Farm

Drive 9 miles east of Saratoga Springs and you end up where else but 9 Miles East Farm. On a hot day turned perfect summer night, 11 guests pulled up to co-owners Mary and Gordon Sacks’ property, where rows of crops grow right up to the family home, situated directly across from the barn. If you’re […]

July 18, 2012 in Previous Events by

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