Old Time Festive Texas Country Supper, Offal Appetizer Cook Off, Fiddle Concert, Dance and Much Much More…
Thursday, November 10, 2011 | 6:45 pm – 10:30 pm
The eve of the 12th Annual Weston A. Price Foundation International Conference Sheraton Dallas Hotel
400 North Olive Street, Dallas, TX
THE FABULOUS FOOD
Vote for your Favorite Dynamic Farmer/Chef Duos for the Offal Cook-Off Crown Five Dynamic Farmer & Chef Duos go nose-to-nose in a no-holds barred Organ Meat Appetizer Cook Off. Make your vote count, as you sample these culinary curiosities and help the celebrity judging panel choose and crown the “Emperor of Entrails” or “Empress of Offal”. To wet your whistle there'll be a Kombucha Bar and cash bar stocked with organic wine and artisan beers. Meet the organ meat appetizer contestants. Old Time Texas Country Supper Savor the delicious foods steeped in both Texas Tradition and Nourishing Traditions, for Weston A. Price Foundation goodness.
MENU RECEPTION: Grass-fed Organ Meat Appetizers Texas Daily Harvest Organic Grass-fed Gouda, Parmesan and Feta Raw Milk Cheese Veldhuizen Cheese - Farmstead Artisan Paragon & Texas Star Raw Cheese Wheels Miller's Organic Farm Garlic Dill and Fermented Dill Pickles
DINNER: Avocado, Seeded Cucumber Salad with Celery, Tomato and Spring Onion served with Garlic Lemon Celtic Sea Salt Infused Chaffin Family Orchards Extra Virgin Olive Oil Chargrilled U.S. Wellness Grass-fed Steak, Fresh Herbs, Infused Natural Jus, Roasted Plum Tomato Apple Cider Vinaigrette Lima Bean Celery Root Succotash with Butternut Squash Jalapeno Cheddar Biscuits featuring Pure Indian Foods Organic Grass-fed Ghee Texas Cornbread featuring Bob’s Red Mill Organic Cornmeal and Texas Daily Harvest Organic Grass-fed Buttermilk Trickling Springs Creamery Organic Grass-fed Sweet Cream Butter and Miller's Organic Farm Maple Syrup Grass-fed Butter, Honey and Miller's Organic Farm Maple Syrup on the side Immunitrition Cultured Vegetables Starwest Botanicals Organic Hibiscus Heaven Iced Tea Chicory "Coffee" and Texas Daily Harvest Organic Grass-fed Half & Half Herbal Hot Teas and Honey And to Top it All Off Save room for the guaranteed-to-be-free-of-organ-meats dessert – Warm Apple Pecan Cobbler with Vanilla Ice cream – an authentic Texas tradition.For those on the GAPS diets the entire meal, with the exception of the ice cream topping on the dessert is GAPS approved! Since good music goes with good food, bask in the melodies of singer Caroline Barringer (WAPF NY Chapter Leader) and acoustic guitarist Steve Cassano while you dine.
MORE FUN FESTIVITIES Bring or Bid on a Homemade Lard or Butter Crust Pie at the Also-Authentically-Texan-Pie-Auction. Promote your farm, chapter or business and enter the Crazy Custom Scarecrow Contest. We’ll provide the straw and the armature; you provide the clothing, decorations and your organization's logo sign and assemble onsite. The party goers will vote with their dollars….a straw vote…get it? The scarecrow that has the most votes wins. More information....coming soon. How much more authentic Texas Tradition, can you take? Well ….there’s more!
AND MUCH MUCH MORE….TEXAS STYLE Get fired up to to hear the WAPF Wonders of the Western Music World – The Raw-Milk Drinking Quebe Sisters Band Concert & Dance. Check them out! Enjoy toe-tapping Texas two-step music. Want some Top 40 music to get your groove on? Join Caroline & Steve in the after-the-party party to dance till the cows come home.
BUY YOUR TICKETS Registration Closes Monday, November 7! Buy your tickets online or by phone 703-208-3276
ADULT TICKETS – $95
KID TICKETS (Ages 3 - 10) – $65
TABLE – $650 Save $100 and buy a whole 10-seat table and invite your friends, chapter members and customers to join you!
For questions or to register by phone, call 703-208-3276 Monday-Friday 10 am – 6pm Eastern. All Tickets include appetizer tasting, supper, concert, dance, festivities and after-the-party party. Alcoholic beverages are available for sale, or BYORM (Bring Your Own Raw MIlk) in a brown paper bag. Net proceeds benefit the Farm-to-Consumer Legal Defense - the stalwart protector of finely farmed foods, the farmers that raise/grow them, and the consumers who....well, consume them.