West Virginia Day Dinner with Lost Creek Farm
Wednesday, June 20
Celebrate West Virginia Day with Lost Creek Farm and the Harrison County WV Historical Society! On June 20, Chef Mike Costello and Amy Dawson of Lost Creek Farm will prepare a special six-course popup dinner featuring traditional foodways of north-central West Virginia. The event will start a 6 with a social hour and dinner starting at 7 p.m. at the Progressive Women's Association banquet hall in downtown Clarksburg.
Through their traveling kitchen based in southern Harrison County, Costello and Dawson share a creative take on Appalachian food in locales across the eastern U.S. Lost Creek Farm's regionally-inspired menus include heritage foods such as charcuterie handed down in local immigrant communities, wild harvested ingredients, and a variety of heirloom crops grown on their 180 acre farm. Their work to create a regionally distinctive culinary experience was recently featured on Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown.
The menu for the West Virginia Day dinner will be determined by seasonal availability from local farms and will be announced prior to the event.
Members of the Historical Society will be there to record oral histories for their collection. Guests are invited to record their stories of foods and family traditions.
Tickets will be at a reduced price of $60 thanks to a grant from the Cultural Foundation.
Tickets go on sale May 23rs at noon. Go to facebook.com/hcwvhs to purchase.
If you have any questions please contact the historical society at firstname.lastname@example.org or 304-709-4902.
Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM