- Green Olives with Za’atar and Citrus
- Israeli Eggplant Caviar Wraps
- Yemenite Pumpkin and Carrot Soup Shooter with cilantro pesto
- Arugula with golden Barhi dates, dried apricots, nectarines and sumac
- Grilled Fish Three Ways with autumn slaw—beets, carrots, kohlrabi
- Roasted Chicken with tangerines, green olives, and silan
- Braised Lamb Shanks with tehachapi grain project red fife and sonora, kale, butternut squash, cipollini onions and smoked salt
- Roasted Autumn Fruit
- Apple Pear Galette with Rye Pastry
Thursday, October 26, 2017, 6 – 9 p.m.
Farmhouse at Roger’s Gardens
2301 San Joaquin Hills Rd., Corona del Mar, CA 92625
$150 per person
*Each ticket purchase includes a copy of Amelia Saltsman’s newest cookbook, dinner, wine, tax and gratuity
Event proceeds will be donated to the Direct Relief benefitting the tens of thousands of people still in need in the wake of all the hurricanes.
ABOUT CHEF RICH MEAD:
During his 35 years of culinary expertise, Chef Rich Mead has cultivated relationships with the highest regarded local sustainable farms, allowing him to create the freshest menus using locally sourced, seasonal ingredients and specially grown vegetables.
In 2016, after years of planning, Chef Mead unveiled a unique and sustainable field-to-fork dining experience at Farmhouse, located within Roger’s Gardens. Nestled on over 6 acres in the garden-like setting, Farmhouse features exclusive wines, craft beers, signature cocktails, artisan refreshments and a healthy based seasonal cuisine.
ABOUT AMELIA SALTSMAN:
Seasonal foods expert Amelia Saltsman is the award-winning author of The Seasonal Jewish Kitchen: A Fresh Take on Tradition, The Santa Monica Farmers’ Market Cookbook, and Summer Entertaining (eBook). Amelia’s cooking reflects her eclectic background—a Romanian mother and an Iraqi father who met in the Israeli army before emigrating to Southern California—and her name is synonymous with intuitive, seasonal cooking.
Amelia’s work has appeared in Bon Appetit, Cooking Light, Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Food52, The Kitchn, and more. The SoCal native is a longtime advocate for family farms and farmers’ markets, a familiar voice on KCRW’s Good Food, and a popular teacher and speaker. Amelia is passionate about helping everyday cooks make the connection between small-farmed foods and real-life meals.