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Husk to Harvest Farm Dinner in Half Moon Bay 9/28 (9/3/2014)

hmbOn Sunday, September 28, the Half Moon Bay Coastside will celebrate its plethora of local chefs, farmers, fisherman and ranchers at the inaugural “Half Moon Bay Husk to Harvest Farm Dinner.” Hosted by the Half Moon Bay Coastside Chamber of Commerce & Visitors’ Bureau, guests will gather on the magical grounds of La Nebbia Winery to honor the food grown on the coast at a five-course feast served al fresco.
 
“The Half Moon Bay Coastside is an oasis for farm fresh ingredients and we are so excited to showcase all that our region has to offer at the Half Moon Bay Husk to Harvest Farm Dinner,” says President of the Half Moon Bay Coastside Chamber of Commerce & Visitors’ Bureau, Charise Hale McHugh.
 
hmb1This seasonal spread will feature a five-course dinner incorporating organic fruits and vegetables, grass-fed meats, fresh caught fish, virgin olive oil, honey, herbs, breads and artisanal cheeses. The meal will begin with delicious appetizers from It’s Italia and Cetrella, paired with beers from Half Moon Bay Brewing Co. and Highway 1 Brewing Company, along with distilled spirits from Half Moon Bay Distillery. Wine will be provided by La Nebbia Winery and Trojak-Knier Winery. A delicious farm fresh salad will be prepared by Mezza Luna, followed by a butternut squash soup from Via Uno and a main course of local king salmon fromSam’s Chowder House, a Vincisgrassi pasta dish by Pasta Moon, and a medley of seasonal vegetables from Flavor, with sour dough bread from Half Moon Bay Bakery.  The evening will finish off with decadent desserts from Moonside Bakery and Pacificakes. Sponsors include the City of Half Moon Bay and New Leaf Community Markets.
 
Participating chefs include: Kim Levin, Pasta Moon; Lewis Rossman, Sam’s Chowder House; Betsy Del Fierro, It’s Italia; Doug DeGeeter, Cetrella; Roberto Pugliese, Mezza Luna; Francesco D’Agostino, Via Uno; Francisco Sanchez, Flavor; Tomas Grauke, Moonside Bakery & Café; and Mariel Berry, Pacificakes.

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