Our last event of the fall season–Alice Waters and Kermit Lynch–was fun and successful, despite the rain. We’ve posted photos below courtesy of Mike Newton, who was gracious enough to photograph our event again. We are also grateful to Ballast Point and Bottaro Wood Fired Pizza, for keeping the crowd happy with beer and pizza. Thanks also to Kermit Lynch for providing delicious wines for guests to sample. And a very special thanks to our team of volunteers, who help us so much with these events.
This last event was a special fundraiser for Alice Waters’ passion project, The Edible Schoolyard Project. In addition to using the kitchen and the garden as curriculum tools across all subject areas, she aims to provide a free, organic, healthy lunch to every school child. To learn more, please click on the link above.
There are still signed copies of Alice’s book for sale at the stand, and at this site on our Shop page, in addition to the Rigel Stuhmiller towels and calendars, and signed copies of David Kinch’s Manresa and Japanese Farm Food by Nancy Singleton Hachisu.
We are busy planning our 2014 season, which will include David Tanis and Ruth Reichl. Be sure to check back here for more information.