|Churchview Farm Summer Dinner, O' What a Night!|
When you read this post you will be so jealous of me. You will want to have been me, just for one night. Or maybe you were one of the lucky ones to have been at the same event as I was, Churchview Farm's Summer Dinner with Chef Danielle Cain (and crew) from Pittsburgh's Soba. In which case, well, you know what I'm saying.
Table-to-Farm dinners are all the rage right now in Pittsburgh, with good reason too. I don't have to tell you all the great things about eating locally, right??? Or how bringing the chef to the farm results in the freshest meal? Or how wandering around, seeing the foods you eat and observing their natural habitat, makes you feel all warm and fuzzy, you don't need to hear me talk about that either, right? No, you don't need my gab about how chefs are stepping it up at the farm, serving *COCKTAILS*, building bonfires, allowing you to enjoy an evening under the stars, enabling you to pretend to live on an idyllic farm spot, pretending you'd love to be a farmer, and then getting to go home and not having to wake up at dawn to *actually* feed the chickens. No, you don't need me to tell you about all that, but you do want me to show you...so here's my lovely Churchview Farm story in pictures.
P.S. You will be so sad to learn that this season's dinners are all sold out. But, you can try, you can keep an ear to the ground for cancellations, it is well worth your effort. But since I'm not here just to torture you, I'll provide a list of other farm dinners that, if you get your act together, you just might still be able to attend...
N.B. I very seriously regret not having a great picture of our fantastic hostess Tara Rockacy (owner and farmer) or of the incredible glass work of Lyla Nelson, whose beautiful pieces decorated the table and who is also currently exhibiting at the Pittsburgh Glass Center.