Farm-To-Table Dinner with Chef Jeffery Sartor

. July 31, 2015.
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White Lotus Farms invites locally renowned and innovative chefs to use on-premise ingredients for their farm-to-table dinner series. When farmstead cheeses, breads, and produce travel only a few feet from the creamery, bakery, and soil to the dinner table, the term farm-to-table takes on a truer meaning. Chef Jeffery Sartor, formerly of  the now-shuttered Vellum, comes to White Lotus to prepare a multi-course meal for local foodies to enjoy in a beautiful setting.

4-7pm, Sunday, August 16, $100, White Lotus Farms, 7217 W. Liberty Rd. whitelotusfarms.com.

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