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Plate and Pitchfork's Dinner with Perennial Plate

KAREN LOCKE
5:30 pm, Friday July 08 | $125, visit plateandpitchfork.com to make reservations.
Sauvie Island Organics
20233 NW Sauvie Island Road
 

The Plate and Pitchfork crew say they've developed a crush on the folks at weekly Web documentary operation Perennial Plate, so they have invited Daniel Klein and Mirra Fine, who have been road-tripping across the United States encouraging folks to have a better understanding of where their food comes from, to get to know the Willamette Valley's bounty. Tabla's Anthony Cafiero and Adam Berger cook with Klein for this dinner benefiting the Sauvie Island Center and Janus FoodWorks.



Where: Sauvie Island Organics
Phone: 621-6921
Address: 20233 NW Sauvie Island Road

 
 

Sauvie Island Organics

20233 NW Sauvie Island Road
Portland, OR
 
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