Urban Agrarian is pleased to announce November’s Farm to Table Dinner taking place in Norman where guests will be treated to a unique dining experience. The event will be on Thursday, November 17 at Prairie Wind Nursery at 6 pm, cocktail hour starts at 5:30 pm.
This Farm to Table dinner is a Fall Veggie dinner. Chef Timothy Mort will be joined by a few local vegetarian chefs to create a menu focused on the bountiful harvest of fall. The dinner includes 5 courses with wine pairings from Provisions Fine Beverage Purveyors. We will dine under the pavilion at Prairie Wind Nursery in Norman, OK. Beautiful handcrafted farm tables will be provided by Kahoy.
Prairie Wind Nursery is owned and operated by Bill Farris. Prairie Wind Nursery has been in businesses since 1990. Farris has been in agriculture related businesses all his life, from the family’s farm and ranch business to today’s nursery and greenhouse operation.
The dinner is sponsored by the Central Oklahoma Cadillac Dealers.
To purchase tickets for this event, please visit https://farm2tableokc.eventbrite.com/. Tickets are $85 per person, including alcohol; $65 per person without alcohol.
Urban Agrarian presents the 2016 Farm to Table Dinner Series. Each month the Urban Agrarian chef will focus on what is in season and will feature a different local farm/producer. Dinners will include appearances by guest speakers and guest chefs that will educate diners on the local food movement, ethical & sustainable farming practices & tips on how to grow your own food. This 5-6 course family-style meal will include a wine or beer pairing and 10% off any purchases made in the market that night.
Urban Agrarian operates local foods markets using biodiesel and natural gas vehicles to collect food from Oklahoma farms. They have 3 open-air markets seasonally, as well as bulk distribution to schools and restaurants. Urban Agrarian has coordinated with Earth Elements to bring a certified kitchen, year-round market and local food distribution center to the Farmers Public Market District. This facility is called The Earth to Urban Local Food Hub.