Chef Series Dinner #2 with Leah Mojer: Old World Style meets New World Flavors in our February dinner.
Can't make it to France this winter? Well, you can still eat and drink like you did, at least for one night.
Join 100 Mile Makers, Chef Leah Mojer and Wicked Island for an evening of charcuterie, cheese and more.
Leah Mojer's insatiable passion for meat and cheese started in culinary school and has since lead her to stage and run the prestigious charcuterie program at Formaggio Kitchen in Cambridge, MA, and help manage a boutique catering company whose focus was charcuterie using local meats.
Leah spent a year making charcuterie for Bartlett’s Farm and now runs their wine and cheese departments with a huge focus on local, small producers farming and producing responsibly.
France has always felt like her true home (she is French Canadian!) and has always loved and respected the way the french eat and drink with wild abandon, treating food with respect and as the very best gift that mother nature has to offer.
Leah will be pairing this dinner with Old World Style beer and wine produced in the New World. Be ready for big reds, crisp whites and Belgian-Style Ales.
This four-course, family-style meal is the culmination of a food journey with Leah Mojer as our guide. From cozy, snow-covered Vermont Cabins to the winter fields of Provence and Alsace, Leah has created a menu that showcases her love of winter and the unique seasonal goods available.
Our Producers include: Jasper Hill Farm, Myco Terra, Siena Farms, Ghost Island Farm, Mermaid Farm, Morning Glory Farm, Grey Barn Farm, Wicked Island and Community Farm Insitute.
For each dinner 100 Mile Makers has chosen a small producer or a seasonal food as inspiration for our featured chefs to then turn into a beautiful feast.
Treat yourself to a special night out this winter with 100 Miles Makers and help us support our small producers, growers and passionate chefs.
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