Sunday September 21, 2014. 4:30pm Reception. 5:30pm Dinner.
A fine dining benefit gala to support Healthy Food For All

Savor the flavors of the Finger Lakes at The Inns of Aurora and Bet the Farm’s Harvest Dinner at Early Morning Farm in Genoa, NY on Sunday, September 21, 2014.

The event will start at 4:30 PM with a wine and hors d’oeuvres reception in the fields. At 5:30 PM guests will enjoy a gourmet four-course dinner. Every bite will feature food harvested from just steps away and will be perfectly paired with locally produced wine. Come savor the seasonal flavors of the Finger Lakes!

Join us to celebrate local wine, food, farms, families and community!

Tickets start at $75 (all-inclusive) and can be purchased online at www.healthyfoodforall.org or by calling 607-342-8845. Seating is limited so don’t delay!

For more info please visit www.healthyfoodforall.org or contact harvestdinners@gmail.com.

Proceeds go to Healthy Food for All, a partnership of family-owned farms and Cornell Cooperative Extension Tompkins County to make fresh seasonal produce accessible to households with limited income.
Come taste local foods made extraordinary and support the efforts of local farmers to make the bounty of healthy food produced in our region accessible to all.

Early Morning Farm Harvest Dinner
September 21, 2014

Trio of Seasonal Vegetable Bruschetta’s
house made breads, local cheeses

Stuffed Potato
house made ricotta & smoked onion mousse

House Salumi Display
Italian style cured meats and sausage, pickled vegetables, mostarda

2013 Pinot Gris

Late Summer Vegetable Minestrone
focaccia cracker, fresh pasta, herbs

2012 Cabernet Franc

Roast Pork
rosemary, garlic, fennel jus, tomato conserva

Root Vegetable Gnocchi
roasted pepper ragoût, local Asiago, broccoli pesto

Roasted Fall Squash
braised kale, pumpkin seeds, herbs

Charred Kohlrabi Salad
chile peppers, heirloom tomato, basil, arugula

2013 Traminette

Burgundy Poached Pear Frangipan Tart with Orange Marscapone
Late Harvest Vignoles

Jeff Stein is the founder and former editor of the Ithaca Voice.