CCK is pleased to announce another dinner and movie event on Thursday September 29. Robin Hills Farm is again hosting and helping sponsor by having the students in their Garden Party Series, Mediterranean Style cooking class show off their new skills by preparing the meal. Registration is still open for this class, so sign up to be one of the chefs for the dinner.
Dinner will begin at 6, to be served in a rustic barn setting. After dinner, a film about local food issues will be shown outdoors in their new amphitheater on a big screen. Bring a blanket to sit on the grass. This will be followed by a Q & A discussion with local food experts from The Brinery, Fluffy Bottom Farms, and others. Those who wish to just attend the movie can plan to show up at 7:30 pm. Admission to the movie is free, although donations to help cover the cost are welcome.
The screening includes two vignettes about different cooking methods using “air” (the science of breadmaking) and “earth” (fermentation of food) and how they have impacted our cooking methods over time. The film will be followed by a panel of food experts in a Q and A period to discuss their own use of these methods in their businesses.
See a tentative menu below:
Register by filling out the following form and purchasing a ticket through paypal (below) or mailing a check for $45.00 to Chelsea Community Kitchen, PO 534, Chelsea MI 48118. There is a small processing fee added to the paypal option.
Register for two CCK events at once – ‘Dinner and a Movie’ and our event ‘SAVOR: A Local Hops and Beer Tour’ for a discounted price. Purchase tickets through paypal (below) or send a check for $80.00 to PO 534, Chelsea MI 48118.