Guests joined EduCulture at Mossback Restaurant in Kingston for a four-course late fall harvest dinner on November 9, 2014.
The evening’s menu on display.
The food was sourced from wild and cultivated landscapes of the Puget Sound and prepared by regionally renowned Food Shed. Each course was paired with slow drinks, locally grown and produced, such as local cider and micro brew, local wines, and botanical soft gin and pear cocktails.
Tables readied for guests’ arrival.
The foodshed to fork dinner was part of a series of seasonal dinners aimed at bringing people together around the food traditions of our Pacific Northwest bioregion, some call Salmon Nation. Proceeds support EduCulture’s locally grown Edible Education Programs for local preschools, elementary and secondary students.
Local author Kathleen Alcala reads a quotation printed on the menu, from “A Terroir-ist’s Manifesto for Eating in Place” by Gary Paul Nabhan.