- Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
- Time: 6:30pm
- Location: Marra Farm (9026 4th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108) (view map »)
- Price: $300
Please join Solid Ground for an intimate evening of culinary delights at the historic Marra Farm.
Enjoy a locally sourced, four-course meal with wine pairings in an idyllic setting while learning how YOU can support food justice in Seattle.
- 6:30pm | RECEPTION — Drinks, appetizers & farm tours
- 7:30pm | DINNER — Prepared & presented by Shawn Applin, Executive Chef at Outlier
About food justice & Solid Ground’s food programs
We recognize that hunger and health disparities exist not due to lack of sufficient food, but to inequities built into the food system which disproportionately impact communities of color. Our Community Food Education (cooking and nutrition classes in schools, gardens and community organizations) and Food System Support work to support healthier places, communities and stories, and build equity in Seattle’s emergency food system. (For more info, read This is what food justice looks like: Access to affordable, healthy, culturally relevant foods.)
About Marra Farm
Solid Ground’s ¾-acre Giving Garden at Marra Farm, on historic urban farmland in South Park, grows more than 15,000 pounds of fresh, organic produce each year. The food grown at Marra Farm stays in South Park and nourishes the community through food banks, meal programs, and a Work Trade program.
About Chef Shawn Applin
Shawn Applin is the Executive Chef at Outlier. He got an early education in the art of food-based hospitality while watching his grandmother prepare Sunday supper for the family each week in upstate New York. A graduate of New York’s Culinary Institute of America, Shawn relocated to the West Coast, where he cooked at Fog City Diner, Scala’s Bistro in San Francisco, and at James Beard Award-winning Chef Christine Keff’s Flying Fish in Seattle. He’s honored to make use of Washington state’s bountiful produce in the Outlier kitchen.
Contact email@example.com or 206.694.6857.