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Dinner at the Cliff House in Stowe 

Tomorrow evening -- Saturday, June 30th, I'll be attending a Vermont Fresh Network Farmers' Dinner at The Cliff House in Stowe. These dinners bring local farmers, restaurateurs and consumers together for a really great meal made with lots of seasonal, local ingredients. Seven Days sponsors the series. The previous dinner, at the Basin Harbor Club, was really fun.

The menu for tomorrow's dinner, along with the number to call for reservations, is below. If you decide to attend, stop by and say hi! The 6-course meal is $80 a person, but the ticket price also includes a Gondola ride up the mountain.

Farmer’s Dinner
Saturday June 30th

Amuse
Pete’s Greens Radish, Elmore Mountain Bread and Vermont Butter and Cheese Co. Cultured Butter with Sea Salt

Appetizer
Pete’s Greens Lamb Sausage with Upland Cress
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Deep Fried Willow Hill Farms La Fluerie

Salad
Pete’s Greens Arugula salad with Green Mountain Blue Cheese Gore Dawn Zola, and Verjus Vinaigrette seved with a selection of Elmore Mountain Breads

Intermezzo
East Hill Gardens Lemon Balm and Black Pepper Sorbet

Main Course
Sautéed Rabbit with Wild Mushrooms and Baby Carrots
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Guinea Hen Two Ways- Roasted and Fried
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Shoulder of Lamb stuffed with Spinach and Garlic Scapes

Dessert
Rhubarb and Strawberry Tart with Willow Hill Farms Frozen Sheep Yogurt

Chef’s Selection of Cheeses

For more Information and Reservations call 802.253.3500 or visit stowe.com

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Suzanne Podhaizer

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Former contributor Suzanne Podhaizer is an award-winning food writer (and the first Seven Days food editor) as well as a chef, farmer, and food-systems consultant. She has given talks at the Stone Barns Center for Agriculture's "Poultry School" and its flagship "Young Farmers' Conference." She can slaughter a... more

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