Where the Wild Things Are: Foraged Foods Farm Dinner
York Farm 21161 York Road - Map
Join Slow Food Minnesota at York Farm (70 miles west of Minneapolis) to experience a Slow foraged meal complete with kitchen stories, a wood-fired oven, ripening heirloom strawberries, nettle patches, a glorious rustic barn, beehives and fruit orchards.
Up-and-coming chef Yia Vang of Union Kitchen will cook a Hmong-inspired meal built around Minnesota foraged foods. Foraging was a way of life for the Hmong in Southeast Asia, and when they came to Minnesota, they adapted the dishes of their homeland to the wild plants they found here.
Tickets are $45 for Slow Food members, $55 for non-members, $25 for people 29 and under, $10 for volunteers and free for children 12 and under.
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