In its final workshop of the fall 2011 season, Slow Food Philly will host a lively (and delicious) discussion about local, sustainably raised beef, pork and lamb. In partnership with the Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture (PASA), the workshop will take place at the Restaurant School in West Philadelphia on Wednesday, December 14th.
The panel, moderated by PASA’s Regional Director, Marilyn Anthony, will include Jessica Moore of Philly CowShare, Dean Carlson of Wyebrook Farm and Linda Geren of High View Farm. Together, they will discuss the importance of sustainable agriculture and the process of bringing their superior quality, local meat, to market.
This workshop is guaranteed to be a meat lovers treat! A variety of delicious meaty samples will be available along with a selection of wine. Tickets for this event are $20 and are sure to sell out. To purchase tickets visit the Slow Food Philly ticketing site.
Where’s The Beef (And Pork And Lamb)?
When: Wednesday, December 14, 7:00-9:00 pm
Where: The Restaurant School, 4100 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Cost: $20/person, tickets available here
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