Calendar

Sep
3
Wed
Fritos (Fried Beans) @ The Basque Market and Cultural Center
Sep 3 @ 12:00 am
Learn how to make our famous chicken croquetas, heavenly morsels of chicken bechamel, along with light and crunchy calamari with a traditional Romesco sauce.
Preserving Tomatoes: Methods and Recipes @ North End Organic Nursery
Sep 3 @ 6:00 pm
Sep
4
Thu
Farm to Table Beer and Tapas @ Wood River Sustainability Center
Sep 4 @ 7:00 pm
Farm to Table
Dinner
“Beer and Tapas”

Thursday, September 4, 2014
7:00 pm

 
Chef Sarah Lipton will create an incredible seven  course tasting menu based around the amazing farms that we represent at the WRSC.

The tasting menu will utilize products from the WRSC and paired with an incredible beer from Descheutes Brewery. This is a great time to learn about the farms that are growing our food and learn more about the WRSC.

There will be no seating available. Think of this culinary experience as a “cocktail party”.

All Course will be paired with a delicious beer from Deschutes Brewery.

There are a limited amount of spaces available for this incredible culinary experience.

Reservations are required.

$35 per person

208-721-3114

RSVP to:
Sep
7
Sun
Boise’s North End First Fruits Orchard
Sep 7 all-day
The First Fruits Orchard is located at 11th and Fort St. in Downtown Boise. A volunteer supported project, this urban orchard has brought together a diverse group of people, who are interested in making the neighborhood a better place. What started as a weed patch is now shaping up to be a destination and example of what can be done through community collaboration. 32 fruit trees are present, and 6 more are still needed. The property is owned by The Cathedral of the Rockies First United Methodist Church and the fruit will be available to anyone at anytime. Next to the orchard is the Boise High School Downtown Teaching Garden.
Volunteers and contributions are still needed to complete the orchard project.
For information or questions contact Joe Prin at jprin@boisefumc.org or call 208-573-1082.

 — in Boise, ID.

Sawtooth Sunday Vineyard Hike Series @ Sawtooth Winery
Sep 7 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Join Sawtooth Estate Winery for an afternoon of guided scenic
walks through the vineyard and get an up-close winery tour.

Taste wine at specific stops along the way and, at the end, enjoy

an assortment of repasts and vintages under our shade trees,
all surrounded by the vineyards.

Limited to 30 people per tour.

September 7, 14, 21

 Noon- 3 P.M.

$35 Per person /  $30 Members
Includes guided hike, wine tasting and gourmet boxed lunch
Tickets available online
Sep
8
Mon
Pintxos (Skewers) @ The Basque Market and Cultural Center
Sep 8 all-day
Everything is better on a skewer! Basques refer to any tapa as a “Pintxo”, but this class will take the word pintxo in a more literal approach. In this class we will make delightful skewers of savory Buttafara sausage and Guindilla pepper along with Sherried onions with Idiazabal cheese. We will finish things off with Pintxo Elcano, a lamb skewer with spices from around the world.
Sep
9
Tue
Tomato Tailgate Truck Rally @ North End Organic Nursery
Sep 9 all-day
Food For Change Movie Screening @ The Flicks
Sep 9 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Food For Change Movie Screening

Tuesday, September 9 at 7:00pm

A provocative new film looks at the current resurgence of food co-operatives in America, and their unique historic place in America’s economic and political landscape. Tickets are available at Customer Service at the Boise Co-op or at the Flicks ticket window for $9 each.

Sep
11
Thu
Peaceful Belly Farm to Fork Dinner @ Peaceful Belly Farm
Sep 11 @ 6:30 pm

Farm to Fork dinner featuring Payette Brewing.

Have you ever wanted to eat at one of those pictures in Sunset Magazine? Now you can. The Farm to Fork Dinners are simply amazing meals. The idea was created by me (Josie) and chef Abby Carlson. The meals are 5 courses set in the magic of the Dry Creek Farm. This is not the usual fancy meal. The plates are creative, amazing and 100% local and seasonal. Abby is more than an artist with food, she is pure brilliance. Come have an amazing meal with us at the farm.

The plates are not vegetarian but veggie-focused (none of this 2 spears of something on the side). Each plate contains many veggies combined. Imagine Turnip cake, tomato gravy, eggplant croquettes, smoked tomato aspic. We have had these meals for the last several years and the response has been amazing. This is truly a meal of a life time. The wine is provided and we serve all local wines, because Idaho wines Rock. Gratuity is not included in the price of these dinners. Please tip your servers.

Sep
12
Fri
Peaceful Belly Farm to Fork Dinner @ Peaceful Belly Farm
Sep 12 @ 7:00 pm

Farm to Fork dinner featuring Snake River Winery.

Have you ever wanted to eat at one of those pictures in Sunset Magazine? Now you can. The Farm to Fork Dinners are simply amazing meals. The idea was created by me (Josie) and chef Abby Carlson. The meals are 5 courses set in the magic of the Dry Creek Farm. This is not the usual fancy meal. The plates are creative, amazing and 100% local and seasonal. Abby is more than an artist with food, she is pure brilliance. Come have an amazing meal with us at the farm.

The plates are not vegetarian but veggie-focused (none of this 2 spears of something on the side). Each plate contains many veggies combined. Imagine Turnip cake, tomato gravy, eggplant croquettes, smoked tomato aspic. We have had these meals for the last several years and the response has been amazing. This is truly a meal of a life time. The wine is provided and we serve all local wines, because Idaho wines Rock. Gratuity is not included in the price of these dinners. Please tip your servers.

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