The Dartmouth YMCA, a division of YMCA Southcoast, announced that the highly-anticipated summer event, Farm to Table - To Go, will return on Saturday, July 30.

This year’s event features a group of local and visiting chefs who have come together to celebrate the bountiful harvest of the farm coast and highlight the impact of the work that YMCA Southcoast does in our community.

The Farm to Table - To Go will offer a unique culinary experience for guests who will receive seasonal dishes prepared by this award-winning chef team:

  1. Charleen Badman - Chef & Co-owner of FnB Restaurant in Scottsdale, AZ. James Beard Foundation Award Recipient
  2. Mike & Casey Cutting - Chefs & Owners of Cuttings' Table Catering Company & Scuttlebutt Coffee Co.
  3. Katharine Elder - Chef/Owner of Elderslie Farm in Wichita, Kansas
  4. Ris Lacoste - New Bedford Native. Chef & Owner of RIS in Washington, DC
  5. Emily Luchetti - Pastry Chef, Chocolate and Jam Maker. James Beard Foundation Award Recipient
  6. Lisa Lofberg - Co-owner & Chef at Little Moss Restaurant
  7. Nina Muther - Chef at Little Moss Restaurant
Emily Luchetti - Farm to Table 2022
Emily Luchetti - Farm to Table 2022

Guests will receive a gourmet offering including tomato & cucumber gazpacho with summer herbs, hot smoked salmon with sourdough crostini, and more. The meal serves two people and is served in a ‘to-go’ style. The meal also includes a fresh bouquet of flowers harvested on-site at Sharing the Harvest Community Farm and a bottle of wine selected by Farm and Coast to accompany your meal. Wine curated by Farm & Coast Market.

See below for the complete hand-crafted menu:

Contributed by YMCA Southcoast
Contributed by YMCA Southcoast

Click HERE to buy your tickets for this event.

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