Urban Harvest Benefit Dinner

Monday, March 3, 2014 (6:30pm to 9:00pm)

Join Rouge Tomate and Slow Food NYC for an evening in honor of National Nutrition Month, featuring a seasonal 5-course tasting menu by Executive Chef Jeremy Bearman & Executive Pastry Chef James Distefano with beverage pairings by Beverage Director Pascaline Lepeltier.

The menu will feature the Slow Food of sustainably grown and harvested ingredients that have been locally-sourced in conjunction with SFNYC’s Producer Matrix.

The evening will include an engaging discussion with featured Farmers and Producers from our local food system as well as Slow Food NYC Board Members and Educators from the Urban Harvest  Program.

General Admission: 630 p.m.
Cocktails: 6:30 - 7:00 p.m.
Dinner Service: 7:00 p.m.

MENU:

Warm Salad of Upstate Farms Fingerlings
Sardines en Escabeche / Smoked Paprika Rouille /
Caramelized Garlic / Meyer Lemon

Consider Bardwell Aged Cows Milk Agnolotti
Caramelized Cauliflower / Duchilly Hazelnut /
Sourdough / Chili / Lemon

Cape Cod Hake “Minestrone”
Cayuga Organics Beans / Tuscan Kale /
Shellfish Nage / Arbequina Olive Oil

Churutabis Farms Guinea Hen Blanquette
Husdon Valley Foie Gras Boudin Blanc / Root Vegetable /
Herb Spaetzle / Local Riesling Velouté

Slow Roasted Heirloom Apple
Bourbon-Maple Custard / Newton Pippin Sorbet /
Malted Rye Streusel

Executive Chef Jeremy Bearman
Chef de Cuisine Andy Bennett
Executive Pastry Chef James Distefano
 

About Urban Harvest 

Slow Food NYC's Urban Harvest program teaches New York City children about the effects of good food on their health and well-being, the health of their communities, and the health of the planet.

The program supports hands-on educational programs that give children a comprehensive understanding of what good food is: where it comes from; how it is produced; how it is distributed; how healthy it is for them; and, of course, how good it tastes.

 By addressing these issues in structured learning environments not only will children be exposed to healthy foods, they will also be inspired to share what they know with their families, friends, and community.



Urban Harvest consists of two components: Urban Harvest in Schools, operating at schools during the academic year (September through June), and Urban Harvest Gardens, operating during the summer months. 

About Rouge Tomate

Rouge Tomate is a restaurant that celebrates life at every level. It’s a New York City destination for artfully balanced cuisine that emphasizes sustainability, health and luxurious delights. In beautifully appointed surroundings, we offer you a pleasurable and very satisfying experience that nourishes body and soul.

Related Program:  Urban Harvest