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"Ark of Taste" Dinner ~ Davidson, NC (Lake Norman)

"Ark of Taste" Dinner ~ Davidson, NC (Lake Norman)

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Slow Food Carolina Piedmont Region is sponsoring this rare dining experience. Our local Grateful Growers Farm in Pumpkin Center (Denver~Maiden area) will be a part of this exciting epicurean evening event to remember. Slow Food created this program to preserve food items that are important but disappearing from today’s culinary and agricultural practices.


The 10 course dinner will be prepared by 10 amazing local chefs and a gifted chocolatier. The dinner will include rare and endangered foods that are produced by area growers.


This event not only serves as a way to educate the consumer but will serve as a fundraising activity for each of the Davidson and Denver Farmers’ Markets.


So mark your calendars now!


The Details . . .


Where:
Beaver Dam Historic House
19600 Davidson Concord Road
Davidson, NC  28036

When:
5:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Saturday, May 16, 2009
Rain or shine!



Tickets are $100 per person and cancellations after May 6 will not be refunded. Click here for a reservation form.   

If you are interested in volunteering, please e-mail Cassie.     

About the author:

Teresa Harris is a Lake Norman Residential Real Estate Broker who can assist you with the purchase and/or sale of real estate in Lake Norman and surrounding counties. Please visit www.TeresaMHarris.com for your relocation and/or your local needs. The information in this post is believed to be accurate but is not guaranteed.

Teresa Harris - Holbrooks Real Estate, Inc. - 704-458-1807 - Teresa@TeresaMHarris.com

Copyright © 2009 By Teresa Harris, All Rights Reserved...*"Ark of Taste" Dinner ~ Davidson, NC (Lake Norman)*

Comment balloon 2 commentsTeresa Harris • April 29 2009 08:53PM

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I would love to know what foods are disappearing from today's agricultural practices. Do you know?

Posted by Terrie Leighton, Reno Real Estate Agent ~ Selling Homes in Reno (Ferrari-Lund Real Estate ) over 8 years ago

Terrie: They did mention two in the article one being the persimmon and the other being the 'Datil' pepper. I guess people are getting away from using persimmon's like they use to. The 'Datil' pepper is said to make a very good hot sauce or relish and is popularin the St. Augustine, Florida area...  

Posted by Teresa Harris, Denver . Lake Norman . Charlotte (Lake Real Estate, LLC) over 8 years ago

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