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Farm to Table Gourmet Dinner 2012

Sunday, October 21, 2012, 5:30PM
By Reservation Only and Limited Seating
 
Are you passionate about natural and organic foods,
and the well-being of local farms and ranches?
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Do you appreciate a well-cooked dinner,
skillfully and lovingly prepared by local chefs?
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Are you ready to laugh, cry and get fired up at the unique and poignant entertainment of cowboy poet, Stephen Monroe?
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Do you delight in fine wines, good company and the sounds of chamber music in the background?
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Do you deserve an elegant evening in a beautiful, outdoor setting?

Farm to Table Gourmet DinnerJoin us for a lovely outdoor evening combining fine dining, live entertainment and beautiful scenery while supporting your local, sustainable farming and food community.

Come help us celebrate the blessings of naturally grown, local foods in the company of others who live by growing, raising, cooking and singing about the fruits of the Earth.

Some of the finest chefs in the region will be serving guests a gourmet, multi-course meal using all locally-grown ingredients. Feast on naturally raised pork, lamb, goat and beef. The menu will also include organic and/or naturally grown salad greens, sprouts, sweet potatoes, okra, squash, cheese, fruit (Ever had a persimmon?), nuts, jellies, cakes, pies (Seems like a good time for pumpkin or pecan), and a complimentary glass of wine from Monticello Vineyard & Winery.

Delight in beautiful Chamber Music, fresh fall breezes and our homegrown cowboy poet, Stephen Monroe, who shares the positive message of agriculture in a unique, inspirational and entertaining style.

Space is limited and available by reservation only. Tickets are $65 and available at the New Leaf Market Service Counter or you can RESERVE YOUR SEATS NOW through the PayPal link below. Please feel free to Contact Us and watch our website and blog for details.


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Cowboy Poet, Stephen Monroe

We first saw Stephen perform at Monticello’s Southern Music Rising. Raised right here in Jefferson County, he grew up on his family’s 5-generation ranch, has been a rodeo clown and bullfighter, and has degrees in Agricultural Business and Agricultural Science.

Stephen learned “Cowboy Poetry” to entertain himself during long days in the saddle, and has come to be a popular storyteller in a variety of venues; industry, civic, church and agricultural groups throughout Florida. He once opened for the Bellamy Brothers.

Stephen Monroe, Cowboy Poet

Stephen addresses the serious side of the industry as well as the humorous. His presentations touch on the importance of our rich agricultural heritage and the future role of agriculture in our society.

You don’t have to be cowfolk or even an agriculturalist to enjoy his performance. His cowboy poetry mixed with other stories offers everyone a chance to laugh and to reflect on the times of their lives.