Chef Rob Corliss has gathered veggies for Friday’s Harvest Dinner Party

We are happy to serve FMO community by donating produce to this Fridays Harvest Dinner, want to come? Get tickets for this great event .
Here is the menu for the Friday, Oct 10 Farm to Table Harvest Dinner!

Harvest Dinner Menu
Drinks & Spirits
Beer from Springfield Brewing Company
Wine sampling from the Missouri Wine Industry
Local Missouri Wine by the Glass: $6
Apple Pie Cocktail from Copper Run Distillery: $6
Ozarks Irish Coffee from KeenBean Coffee: $6
Harvest Menu
-Fennel Porchetta Wild Bunch Farm Pork Shoulder, Mothers 3 Blind Mice Braised Ozark Natural Food Short Ribs, Miller Bison Farm Meatballs, Willow Mountain Mushroom Gravy, White Corn Grits from Metropolitan Farmer
-Roasted Butternut Squash Soup from the Garden Grille at Hilton Garden Inn, with butternut squash from Netzer Farms and Broken Wire Ranch, garlic from Mockingbird Gardens
-Ozarks Harvest Leaf Lettuce Salad from Mama Jeans Natural Food Market with lettuce from New Horizons Hydroponic Farm
-Tamarind & Date Roasted Winter Squash from All Things Epicurean (ATE) with Date Lady Balsamic Vinegar and veggies from Millsap Farms
-French Rolls and Multi Grain Rolls from Artisan’s Oven
-Quinoa Harvest Medley from Houlihans
-Salmon Point Appetizer from Farmers Gastropub with Express Foods salmon
-Apple Carmel Crepes from Aviary Café & Creperie with apples from A & A Orchard
-Pumpkin Harvest Cupcakes from The Cup
Corporate Sponsors: Nationwide Agribusiness Insurance, Missouri Wine Industry, Hilton Garden Inn
Chef sponsors: Metropolitan Farmer, Mama Jean’s Natural Food Market, Aviary Café & Creperie, All Things Epicurean (ATE), Hilton Garden Inn, Houlihans, Farmers Gastropub, The Cup
Vendor Sponsors: Ozarks Natural Foods, Miller Bison Ranch, Wild Bunch Farm, Millsap Farm, New Horizons Hydroponic Farm, Willow Mountain Mushrooms, A & A Orchard, Express Foods, Date Lady, Artisan’s Oven, Netzer Farm, Broken Wire Ranch, Mockingbird Gardens, Copper Run Distillery, Keen Bean Coffee, decorations from McKenna Farm.

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