We're proud to team up with our good friends at Hawk Knob Cidery and Meadery in Lewisburg, WV for yet another collaborative farm to table event.
Visit Hawk Knob Cidery and Meadery's website tickets and additional event information.
We're honored to team up with the CRAFT (Center for Regional Agriculture, Food, and Transportation) at Chatham University's Eden Hall Campus for a special storytelling dinner in mid-July!
Here's the lowdown from our friends at CRAFT:
This Storytelling Dinner is the culminating event for our oral history project entitled: “Babka and Beyond: Bread, Grains, and Baked Goods in Western Pennsylvania”. Together, this project and dinner aim to bridge tradition and modernity across Rust Belt and Appalachian regions.
“Babka and Beyond: Bread, Grains, and Baked Goods in Western Pennsylvania” explores in-depth stories about how grains — from agriculture to bread making and baking — can contribute to larger themes of identity, community, and social capital. Through 40 oral history interviews, we aimed to better understand how people interact with the food system through the most basic of needs: bread.
Bread defines community — through the type of grain used, the method of preparing and cooking, and perhaps most importantly, with whom people break bread. Those similarities and differences cut across regions, cultures, and nations. This project relies on a common approach to oral history as a research method that uncovers the experiences of people and place through food.
This 6-course farm dinner, featuring locally sourced grains, produce, and meat, is inspired from the 40 interviews completed throughout this project. Each course will reflect themes and stories from the project, and diners will get to hear audio as they eat a meal that is reflective of our region’s rich food history.
Menu will be released soon!
Vegetarian options available upon request.
BYOB! Locally made hard cider will also be provided.
Lost Creek Farm will celebrate West Virginia Day with a six-course meal exploring the state's rich cultural heritage with traditional ingredients and stories in every dish. This special event is hosted by the Harrison County Historical Society, and will be help at the Progressive Women's Association in Downtown Clarksburg.
Stay tuned for more details...
As part of New Story 2018, Lost Creek Farm will put on a unique dining experience, preparing a farm-to-table meal on the Alderson Bridge, over the Greenbrier River.
Tickets to this bonus event are $100 per person. A portion of the proceeds from the meal will go to community development efforts in the Alderson community. Sign up for world class food and an opportunity to support the Alderson area.
We're returning to one of our favorite venues, preparing a six-course meal to benefit our friends at the West Virginia Botanic Garden.
This event is sold out. Please visit our calendar and stay tuned for additional events in the Morgantown area.