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Interested in ann evening eventry out in the country enjoying local beef,eef, regional beer andnd wine, Poulet Rougee Chicken, grilled goat and other local farm flavors?
Caswell Local Foods Council,l, Piedmont Progressivesive Farmers Group and Piedmont Communitymunity College are inviting the community to attend the inaugural Caswell Steers and Cheers event on Sunday, Oct. 14 at the picturesque Carver Lake venue.
This farm-to-table dinner will feature a cocktail hour with exciting tastings and a seated dinner with steamship Caswell roast beef, grilled North Carolina “Poulet Rouge” chicken, and a locallygrown and prepared butternut squash and sweet potato whip with sage, chile roasted corn salad, Shiitake mushrooms and rice, and French ratatouille. To top off the evening – a blueberry cobbler and chocolate burr bars will be served for dessert.
Following the dinner, there will be a raffle with equipment every farmer and weekend gardener will aspire to take home. Dancing and music will close out the event.
Ticke t s are $75 per person and are available at www.eventbrite.com. Search “Steers and Cheers” for the event’s page.
In addition to the blueribbon cuisine and setting, Steers and Cheers offers the opportunity to learn more about local agriculture while also supporting future farming success with student scholarships for PCC’s new Agribusiness Technology program.
For more information about the new program, visit www.piedmontcc.edu/agribusiness.
Proceeds from the event will go toward the Caswell Local Foods Council, Piedmont Progressive Farmers Group and PCC – three local organizations working together to ensure a thriving future for Caswell County and North Carolina agriculture.