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SOLD OUT: Farm to Table Dinner - Tom Douglas Restaurants

  • Carnation Farms 28901 Northeast Carnation Farm Road Carnation, WA, 98014 United States (map)

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Tom Douglas Restaurants featuring Chef Ron Anderson of Cuoco & Guardian Cellars.

Go on a culinary adventure as you experience a one-of-a-kind farm-to-fork experience. Guests join Carnation Farms staff in our certified organic garden to harvest and discuss ingredients that will be used for the evening meal.  Following, guests will take part in creating special garden cocktails, while watching and partaking in the continuation of the meal from the Chef to the plate and enjoy light appetizers. Then sit down out in our field, for an evening meal and entertainment. $90 per person.

Appetizers
Chicken Liver Mousse, Italian Pretzel Crisp, Blue Berry Agrodolce
Melon with Ricotta, Crisp Prosciutto, Wildflower Honey

Anitpasta
Burrata Cheese, Bitter Greens, Cherry Conserva, Olive Ciabatta

Pasta
Cappelletti, Prosser Tomato, Corn Brodo, Parmesan

Salad
Dungeness Crab Salad, Watercress, Cucumber, Limonata Gelee, Basil Seeds

Main Course
Columbia River King Salmon, Basil Lemon Crema, Pole Beans, Pancetta, Heirloom Tomato

Dessert
Peach and Berry Crostada, Whipped Buttermilk, Almond Crumble

 

WHO WAS SEGIS PROSPECT?
Born in April 1913, Segis Pietertje Prospect was a member of the Holstein foundation herd of Carnation Farm who were selected and bred for superior milk production capabilities.  As with all Carnation Farm animals, “Prospect” was treated with the utmost respect and kindness.  She shattered milk production records, gaining wide spread fame for both herself and Carnation Farm.  Prospect became an iconic historical figure who embodied the farm’s values of innovation and compassion.  She was used widely in advertising campaigns for the farm and became the model for Carnation’s contented cows.  Her legacy and image were immortalized in 1928 at the unveiling of her statue at the entrance to Carnation Farms which still stands today. 

Earlier Event: August 27
Historic Talk & Tour
Later Event: September 10
Trail Time