Voices of Diversity: Building Community From Farm to Table
Join us at Osteria La Spiga Nov. 6, 2018 for a pop-up event to benefit the Quillisascut Education Fund — and a project that provides chefs of color the opportunity to learn about farm-to-table sustainability, hands on.
Farm to Table with Quillisascut Education Fund
November 6, 2018
6:30 pm to close
Osteria La Spiga on Capitol Hill
$125 per person
Join us at Osteria La Spiga for a pop-up event to benefit the Quillisascut Education Fund — a program that provides chefs of color the opportunity to learn about farm-to-table sustainability, hands on.
Each ticket includes five courses crafted by Seattle chefs including Kristi Brown, owner of That Brown Girl Cooks!, made with farm-fresh ingredients.
Your funds from this event will go to an experiential program at Quillisascut Farm designed for ethnic and minority communities helping them bridge the gaps in education around food and farming theory and practices. Chef Kristi Brown, That Brown Girl Cooks catering in Seattle, is heading the vision for this workshop. Your funds will help encourage an emerging culture of Native American, Latino, Asian, and Black/African American cooks and students, to learn about and value ecologically sound practices for the careers in the farm and food industry.
We are grateful for your support!
Thank you to all the event sponsors:
Featuring locally grown farm produce:
Alder Family Homestead–
Bow Hill Blueberries
Kowitz Family Farm- Kettle Falls, WA
Preservation Meat Collective and Sean So
Sea Wolf Bakery
Sweet Bumpas Ice Cream