Saturday, June 22, 2013

Get tickets now for Arkansas Times farm-to-table dinner

Posted By on Sat, Jun 22, 2013 at 7:09 AM

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Time is running out to get a seat at the Arkansas Times Farm to Table Dinner Party Saturday, June 29, at the Scott Plantation Settlement.

Leslie Peacock's story on the event is right here.

This link gives you the menu for the four-course feast, all food matched with choice wines, and a form to order tickets — $110 each.

Brian Kearns, the Country Club of Little Rock chef who won our Heritage Hog cookoff, is overseeing the dinner. — Canapes, heirloom tomatoes, ratatouille, Heritage hog, peach crostatata and Loblolly Creamery ice cream, all washed down with champagne and a different Napa wine for each course, Finger food and bubbly begin at 5:30, with dinner at 6:30.

DINNER ON THE GROUNDS: Meal will be served family style from a tent at the Scott Plantation Settlement, with musical accompaniment.
  • DINNER ON THE GROUNDS: Meal will be served family style from a tent at the Scott Plantation Settlement, with musical accompaniment.

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