Private Backyard Dinner with Grange to Benefit Sacramento Farmers and Chefs


Have you ever wondered who the masterminds are behind the delicious meals prepared at Grange? Well this weekend it’s time to find out! This Saturday, July 13 at 5:30 pm, Grange is having a special benefit dinner, the Backyard “Meet & Greet,” where guests can meet the chefs, farmers, shepherds, winemakers, and brewmasters from behind the scenes. Proceeds will benefit the Sacramento Farmers and Chefs, a photography project which documents and celebrates the individuals involved in Sacramento’s food culture. Taking place at Grange pastry chef Jodie Chavious’ home in Land Park, this special event  will include seasonal eats and live music.

So who exactly are the masterminds? The event will bring them to the forefront, with food prepared by chefs Oliver Ridgeway, Brad Cecchi, Jodie Chavious, and Chuy Lopez of Grange, with produce provided by farmer Scrivner Hoppe-Glosser of Azolla Farm, meat from shepherd Dan Macon of Flying Mule Farm, wines from winemaker Sean Minor of Sean Minor Wines, beer from brewmaster Eric Ryan of Ruhstaller Beer, and lavender from farmer Amy Dempster of The Lamm Farm.

In addition, live acoustic music will be playing from 6 pm to 9 pm by local folk band “Big Empty.”

Don’t want to miss out on this opportunity to meet local culinary talent and be a part of a great foodie cause? Click here to purchase tickets.

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