Steward’s Dinner Featuring Joel Salatin And Your Favorite Dallas Chefs

Salatinby Steven Doyle

Check out the latest Farm to Fork dine around that will include many of your favorite Dallas chefs including Graham Dodds, Sharon Hage, Matt McCallister, Tim Bevins, Greg Bussey, Adam West, Katherine Clapner, Chad Houser, Jason Ferraro, Robert Lyford and so many more being added daily. The second annual Steward’s Dinner, A Festive Affair, will host author and farmer, Joel Salatin.

Salatin is best known for his work on his farm where he raises organic vegetables and meats. His 550-acre farm is featured prominently in Michael Pollan’s book The Omnivore’s Dilemma and the documentary films, Food, Inc. and Fresh. Pollan became interested in Salatin because of his refusal to send food to locations not within a four-hour drive of his farm, or outside his local “foodshed.”  

Look for small plates of locally-inspired and innovative fare, prepared by local Dallas celebrity chefs. The ingredients will be donated by Urban Acres’ local organic farmers. Among other activities, there will also be a silent auction, live music from local artists, and a question-and-answer session with Joel Salatin.

Urban Acres feels this annual event is an educational opportunity for people to learn about sustainable living. Purchase your tickets here.  The event is Tuesday, January 28, 2014 from 7 to 9pm.


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One response to “Steward’s Dinner Featuring Joel Salatin And Your Favorite Dallas Chefs

  1. ldpritchard

    Steve, where is this dinner held?

    Sent from my iPhone

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