Know where your food has come from through knowing those who produced it for you… Know where your food has come from by the very way it tastes: its freshness telling you how far it may have traveled … so that you can stand up for the land that has offered it to you.
– Gary Nabhan, A Terroir-ist’s Manifesto for Eating in Place
Stay Tuned for Upcoming EduCulture’s Foodshed Dinners & Farm-raisers
Join EduCulture for an authentic farm to table experience in the fields where your food is grown. Enjoy the pleasure of connecting place and taste, situated on the farmland where the ingredients of your meal are raised. Our slow food dinners and desserts feature what’s ripe and sweet within our regional foodshed at the height of the season.
EduCulture’s foodshed to fork dinners are part of a series of seasonal dinners aimed at bringing people together around the wild and cultivated food traditions of our Pacific Northwest bioregion, some call Salmon Nation. This program is part of EduCulture’s effort to respond to a call for community-based edible experiences grounded in tasting what we most need to learn about our regional foodshed. These dinners also serve as farm-raisers to support EduCulture’s local grown edible education programs.
Read about past dinners events:
Local Food & Fun at first Foodshed to Table Dinner
Suyematsu & Bentryn Family Farms, Bainbridge Island, WA
Mossback, Kingston, WA
Filipino-American Hall, Bainbridge Island, WA
Featured Local Producers:
Around the Table Farm
Bainbridge Island Farms
Broken Ground Farms
Butler Green Farms
EduCulture Edible Education Programs
Laughing Crow Farms
Neah Bay King Salmon from Key City
Grounds for Change Coffee
Featured Guest Chefs: