Sun and Bloom Farms is celebrating three years of growing nutrient dense, organic, and regenerative produce, poultry, eggs, and apothecary products for the Ozark region. Ozark Epicurean led by Chef Carissa Renner curates culinary experiences by bringing high quality local ingredients to the table that is rooted in regional cooking techniques. Our collaboration for this farm dinner is to give you an unforgettable experience, a first for our region. To celebrate the richness of the Ozarks and the purveyors who are committed to its future.
The menu features a 6 course experience, served individual and family style. Guests will be greeted by a mocktail or sparking wine and begin a tour of our farm. To learn about our Permaculture and Regenerative practices and how they not only create amazing food but heal the soil and ecosystem simultaneously. Guests will then be seated together at the center of the farm, at long tables to encourage community building and conversation. All ingredients will be sourced from the ozark region, featuring produce from Sun and Bloom Farms, Coyote Creek Ranch, L'Osage Caviar, and other local purveyors. Optional wine pairing is available for purchase.
Sun and Bloom Farms is not only a farm that grows produce and goods for market, but we also train the next generation of farmers, homesteaders and permaculture designers through our Permaculture Design Certification, Homestead Workshops, and Farm Apprenticeship. A portion of the sales from the dinner will be allocated for our scholarship program, to make our educational offerings accessible to more deserving individuals.
Reserve your seat at our table now!
Fill out the following form and we will confirm your reservation. We will then email you an invoice through Square/our website where you can easily submit payment for your tickets. The cost for tickets are $125 each. The optional wine pairing is an additional $25.
Saturday, September 23rd we will begin at 5:00 p.m. Guests will pick up their drink of choice and take a tour of the farm. Dinner service will begin promptly at 6:00 p.m. Our dinner program will also include music by local musician Josh Renner and storytelling about the farm, ingredients, and purveyors in attendance. The evening will conclude around 9:00 p.m. Please wear foot ware appropriate for walking through the grass, gravel, and gardens.
Visit sunandbloomfarms.com to learn more about our farm and the produce we are growing for our community!