Slow Food St. Louis 4th Annual Art of Food + Menu!

Art of Food

While there’s more to the event than food, I am damn proud of the lineup of chefs I’ve assembled for the 4th Annual Art of Food. While I am completely biased, you would be hard-pressed to find an event in St. Louis with a more star-powered line up of chefs. Whether you like me and the things I have to say or not, please consider coming out this Saturday to not only support this stellar line up of chefs that are sure to dazzle, but to support Slow Food St. Louis. With the money raised from events like this, Slow Food is supporting biodiversity in our region by offering small grants to farmers growing heritage animals and heirloom vegetables. And to ensure that future generations of eaters crave these delicious foods, the funds raised will also support our current school garden projects as well as fund additional gardens in the future.

Menu and more information about the event after the jump…

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The Crossing Wine Dinner Tues, July 7 to Benefit Slow Food St. Louis

crossingIf you’ve got nothing going on tomorrow evening, please consider showing your support of businesses that support Slow Food St. Louis as several tickets are still available for tomorrow’s wine dinner which is sure to be a great night of eating.

Details……..

With much gratitude to Jim Fiala, Slow Food St. Louis is excited to announce a wine dinner to support Slow Food St. Louis’s Biodiversity Grant hosted by The Crossing and Local Wine Company.

The menu will feature not only the great cooking The Crossing has come to be known for, but also the fabulous wines of Murphy’s Law, Ransom, and SNAFU. Best of all, some of the terrific local ingredients Fiala and team will be utilizing in the dinner will have come from some of our very own Biodiversity Grant recipients.

The price is set at $75 each and you can make reservations by contacting The Crossing at 314.721.7375

The Crossing and Local Wine Company
Slow Food St. Louis
July 7th, 2009

First Course
Passed Canapes from the local farmer’s markets and Blue Cheese Souffle
w/ 2007 Murphy’s Law White

Second Course
Gaspacho with warm walleye and Extra Virgin Olive Oil
w/ 2008 Ransom Pinot Gris ‘Selection’

Third Course
Missouri Chanterelle mushrooms with a Yellowtree Farm fines herbs
w/ 2006 Ransom Pinot Noir ‘Selection’

Fourth Course
Rain Crow Ranch grassfed Beef tenderloin with melted fennel and
roasted red potatoes with local pole beans
w/ 2006 Murphy’s Law Red

Fifth Course
Trio of Goatsbeard Farm’s cheeses and local berries/fruits
w/ 2005 SNAFU Red

Sixth Course:
Trio of Illinois Peaches