One of the hottest tickets in town will be to Sacramento State’s inaugural Farm-to-Fork dinner will take place on the beautiful Guy West Bridge above the American River.
The dinner will be a high point of the daylong Farm-to-Fork at Sac State, a first-time celebration of food and healthy eating. The dinner, featuring sustainable, locally sourced ingredients, will be prepared and served by Sacramento State students in Professor Kelly Thompson’s Food Production and Sustainability class. They’ll have assistance from Aaron Franco, the University Enterprises Inc. (UEI) executive chef, and his staff at the Epicure Restaurant on campus. The students planned the menu, as well.
-Dino kale Caesar
-Stuffed chicken marsala
-Sweet potato gnocchi with browned butter-sage sauce
-Roasted seasonal vegetables
-Summer berry tart and cannoli bites
Note: Be sure to go to the festival before the dinner. Sacramento State would like to thank their sponsors: Raley’s Family of Fine Stores, SMUD, California Department of Public Health’s Champions for Change, and Whole Foods.