David “Mas” Masumoto, eminent organic peach farmer and author, has arrived on campus. As a part of an ENTS fellowship for visiting scholars, he is spending this week at Carleton, spreading his passion for food, writing and the environment. You can read more about Mas here. http://www.masumoto.com/
Firebellies has the privilege to partner up with Mas for a very special event, taking place this Friday at 7PM.
Together we invite you to a meaningful dinner conversation about where we learn about food. During this time, we will explore ourselves, families, communities through food.
More broadly, we will learn about food identities and food ethnographies
Firebellies will provide five different dishes that carry a special meaning for the cooks preparing them. The memories the food evokes and stories it embodies will set the stage for the evening. As we make our way through this edible story, we will — under Mas’s guidance — explore the meaning of food in local and global contexts. We are limiting the event to 10-15 people, starting at 7pm and ending at 9pm, on February 28th.
The following menu will be served:
herbed goat cheese, chives, kalamata
rosemary, leek, selection of herbs
baked, with a sweet condiment
carrot, ginger, hot sauce
spiced potato patties, with tamarind
slow-roasted, with blue cheese, balsamic reduction
pears, peach, chocolate, cointreau
FIRST 12 TO RSVP ARE IN
EMAIL ME BY THURSDAY, 5PM
The Peach Tree