2012 Inaugural Farm Dinner
October 13th 2012
$75 per person includes a 4-course meal in the Mazzotti Farms corn field. The menu will be prepared using the freshest ingredients from the farm and surrounding areas. Your Chefs for the evening will be Aaron Youngblood of Elway’s Steakhouse and his wife Lauren Youngblood.
Pan Seared Natural Pork Belly
Duo of Roasted Butternut Squash and Cauliflower Soups
Braised Pork Shoulder
cash and checks accepted
Credit cards also accepted over the phone with Alan Mazzotti (303) 710-2408
RSVP to email@example.com or Alan Mazzotti at (303) 710-2408
This very special evening will include a hay ride to the pumpkin patch where you will pick your own pumpkin to take home with you. Wine pairings will be included with dinner. Please come out to support your local Colorado farmers, we are looking forward to seeing you at the farm!
I'm not 100% sure that Whole Foods carries them in the bulk bins... but the best bet is to seek out the packed Bob's Red Mill items... Whole Foods does carry a large selection of their products, and Bob's Red Mill for sure packages dried cannellini beans. Good luck searching!
I have been to Thai Flavor in Aurora... GO THERE! It's very good.
I have been to Thailand a couple times... Thai Flavor has the best Thai food I've had since my trips. Nothing compares to the real deal of course, especially the food in the night market and little streetside stalls, but Thai Flavor comes pretty close!
If you also like Vietnamese... Pho 79 (1080 South Havana) is in the same area as Thai Flavor... almost as good as my favorite pho place on Federal!
Not too sure about curry leaves... but there are for sure several spots to get kaffir lime leaves. I moved to Denver in November, and I cook a lot of Thai food (curry paste from scratch, soups, etc) so I spent a whole day browsing the Asian markets in Denver so I knew where I could get what I needed... here's my results:
Ocean Pacific Market (on Alameda between I-25 and Federal), Little Saigon (375 S. Federal) and New Saigon (1076 S. Federal) are all Vietnamese markets. They all had fresh kaffir lime leaves. They are heavily slanted towards Southeast Asian products and produce. The selection was mostly the same at each... some having better produce quality than others, but overall good choices.
Hope this helps... happy shopping... and eating!