Local Chefs for Local Farms @ The Reading Room on June 27

Join us for a spectacular 4-course dinner at The Reading Room; Chef Tamara Murphy’s private dining venue in Pioneer Square.

Local Chefs for Local Farms seeks to celebrate and deepen our connection with the source of our food. The evening begins with a seasonal feast created especially for the occasion by Chef Tamara, and culminates in a discussion with the Chef, George and Eiko Vojkovich of Skagit River Ranch, and PCC Farmland Trust – exploring the benefits and challenges of eating and growing local, organic food. The evening will also include a call for support of PCC Farmland Trust’s Future Farm Fund.

View the event invitation with menu and wine pairings here.

Tickets are $85 per person and includes tax & gratuity. Vegetarian options are available.

Online registration is closed. Call the Trust at 206-547-9855 to inquire about available space.

Your Host, Chef Tamara Murphy

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Trained in NYC and drawn to the Northwest by its bounty of fresh ingredients and budding artisan producers in 1987, chef/author Tamara Murphy has traveled the country to share the important message of local, sustainable food. This much honored and always inventive James Beard Award Winner was also one of Food and Wine magazine’s career picks for Ten Best New Chefs in America. Tamara is the former owner of Brasa restaurant and the current owner of Elliott Bay Café (two locations) and The Reading Room.  Her new restaurant Terra Plata will open on Capitol Hill soon.

Her most recent accomplishment was the release of her first book TENDER, which speaks to her many years of working with local farms and the art of cooking simply and within the seasons.

TENDER will be available for purchase at this event with $8 of every sale benefiting the Trust!

Special Guests, Skagit River Ranch

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Farmers George and Eiko Vojkovich will share the story of their small family farm.  Skagit River Ranch is located in the fertile Skagit Valley and produces 100% organic grass-fed beef, pastured chicken, fresh eggs, and humanely raised natural pork.

Skagit River Ranch is committed to farming in harmony with the environment and grows a variety of grasses, legumes and herbs to provide their animals with a balance of natural nutrients essential for maintaining good health.

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