Fall is here and we have some fabulous community events that are coming up over the next few weeks. So fabulous, in fact, that we had to share them with you here!
October 15-21 – Dinning Around the World: Eat-Enjoy-Give Back
Join Utah chefs and refugees as they cook up flavorful dishes from around the world. All you have to do is stop by one of the following restaurants from October 15 and 21 and request the signature dish! The funds raised will go back to supporting refugees in our community.
This will help support the New Roots program, which Slow Food Utah supports. It is a coalition between the International Rescue Committee, Utah Refugee Coalition and Salt Lake County to develop urban farms and garden, giving the refugees access to healthy food and job skills.
Stop by the following restaurants, inquire about the dish, and thank you them their support!
October 20 – Rockhill Creamery Dinner on the Farm
Rockhill Creamery & Jack’s Wood Fired Ovenare teaming up for a pizza dinner on the farm at Rockhill Creamery. Participants can enjoy a tour of the historic farm, a light cheese-tasting of Rockhill’s farmstead cheeses, and a pizza dinner cooked in Jack’s portable wood-fired oven. Admission is $25 per person. Tickets are limited to the first 100 takers. Cut-off for ticket purchases is midnight Tuesday, Oct. 16. Details and the menu are posted online at rockhillcheese.com.
Tony Caputo’s Market will be hosting an evening with Gabriele Bianchi from Amedei Chocolate. Enjoy sample of the chocolate bars, chocolate creations by local chefs, and drink pairings. The evening will start at 7:30. Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Please call Tony Caputo’s Market to RSVP with payment: 801-531-8669. All proceeds will be donated to charities that support sustainability in the world’s cacao regions.