THE EARTH DINNER @ blue bird bistro ~ Friday, April 22, 2011

Friday, April 22, 2011
5pm to 10pm

in celebration of the earth and raising funds for the chefs collaborative, the leading nonprofit network of chefs that's changing the sustainable food landscape using the power of connections, education and responsible buying decisions

$19 per person includes three courses of

Thane Palmberg Farm spinach tossed in a Busy Bee Acres Farm honey vinaigrette with Beau Solias Farm oyster mushrooms

Rain's Farm Tamworth pulled pork slow braised with Prairie Birthday Farm winter onions and served on Thane Palmberg Farm mashed sweet potatoes

or

Central Soy smoked tofu sautéed with Prairie Birthday Farm winter onion and The Little Muddy Farm tomato on Thane Palmberg Farm mashed sweet potatoes

Nature's Choice Farm rosemary house made ice cream served with a

Missouri Northern Pecan cookie

$29 per person includes three courses of

Beau Solias Farm arugula and local herbs tossed with a splash of

Somerset Ridge Winery white wine

New Grass Bison tenderloin medallions on a bed of sautéed Thane Plamberg Farm spinach and roasted sweet potatoes

or

roasted The Little Muddy Farm tomato stuffed with Central Soy smoked tofu,

Thane Palmberg Farm spinach and Prairie Birthday Farm winter onion

Busy Bee Acres Farm honey cake topped with Missouri Northern pecans

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17th and Summit First Fridays on the Hill
on Friday, May 6th join our neighborhood for pedicabs, art & food

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farmers' table on Saturday, May 21, 2011
start with an aperitif and hors d'oeuvres
be seated for five courses of all local culinary delight

special seating at 7:45pm for anyone wanting to dine with the farmers


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wednesday night table

$40 includes two wines and four courses


reservations are not necessary as long as space is available

menu posted to wednesdaynight.bluebirdbistro.com

also at www.bluebirdbistro.com

816-221-7559

blue bird bistro



Midwest Permaculture - Introduction to the Anishinaabeg & Resilience Permaculture

Midwest Permaculture
Presents

Indigenous Permaculture
Training & Experience


3-Day Weekend-- April 29 - May 1
$275 w/ meals& camping included

An Introduction to the Anishinaabeg ('the original people')
and Resilience Permaculture

Host & Facilitator: Winona LaDuke
Permaculture Teachers/Designers: Bill Wilson and Dan Halsey (& More)
Location: 607 Main Ave., Callaway, MN -- White Earth Indian Reservation

Special Homestead Goat Workshop Sunday afternoon

With Dr. Sue Wika, coordinator of Sustainable Food Production diploma program