The 12th Annual Gourmet Dinner was on Saturday, September 12, 2015, 6 pm at the Granary. Erin Condo and Josh McCracken serving as caterers.
MENU from 2015Salad
Autumn Greens with Cider Vinagrette
Brie, Cheddar, Apple Beer Soup (Elk Creek Beer)
Local cheese and charcuterie plate
Fresh Peach Crostini with Wipped Honey Feta and Balsamic Drizzle
Rotolini di Zucchini al Forno (Zucchini Rolls with Proscuitto, cheese, & herbs)
Kale & Chicken Egg Rolls/Vegetarian Egg Rolls
Smoked Brisket with Maple Bourbon BBQ Sauce
Homemade Pesto Ravioli with Tomato & Cream Sauce (Vegetarian)
Parmesan Garlic Roasted Corn on the Cob
New Potatoes with Dill
Harvest Wild Rice with Butternut Squash, kale, Onion, etc.
Dill Pickles and Onions
Bread by Ron & Sue Smith and
The Best Apple Pie and Ice Cream with Caramel Sauce
Rising Spring Meat Co.
Ecosophy Farm (Garlic)
Whiskey Ridge Farm
Haplinger Farm Stone Meadow Farm
Elk Creek Beer
Coffee will be from Café Lemont, Wine from Mt. Nittany Winery, and Beer from Otto’s Brewery, Thank you!
Many volunteers help with setting up, serving, and cleaning up, and we have room for 56 diners for dinner in the Grain Elevator on Mt. Nittany Road. There will also be a small Silent Auction, featuring a beautiful Amish Quilt, donated by Mary D. Watson.
All proceeds above food costs will benefit our Thompson Granary rehabilitation work and $50 of each meal is tax deductible.
It was a delicious and elegant dinner in 2014, and 2015 promises to be even better!
SILENT AUCTION Two beautiful hand quilted, Amish Quilt, commissioned by Mary D. Watson and donated to the LVA.will be included in our Silent Auction, which will also include other items including massage gift certificates, symphony tickets and more.