Where: Farm Burger, 10 Patton Ave.
When: Thursday, Nov. 7, 7:30-10 p.m. $39. Info: avl.mx/027
Why: Farm Burger is known for its grass-fed burgers, both beef and pork. But what would a burger joint be without the burger? Chef Chad Campbell is on a mission to find out.
On Thursday, Nov. 7, Farm Burger will open its door to hungry diners, all to benefit ASAP. The organization works year-round to connect local farmers with the public to strengthen the region's food economy. ASAP provides support to farmers and restaurants, hosts a yearly farm tour for the public and offers countless opportunities for kids to learn about the local food movement.
Don't expect one of Farm Burger's mighty burgers at ASAP's upcoming fundraiser. The event challenges Farm Burger's chef to dream up a multi-course meal using local, seasonal produce. The details of the dinner are still a mystery, but perhaps Chef Campbell (pictured left) will draw from the restaurant's smorgasbord of toppings, which range from basil tofu mayo to roasted bone marrow.
All will be revealed at the benefit, which will no doubt carry on Farm Burger's dedication to local food and ASAP's commitment to our region's farmers.
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