Roden Echo Valley is the host for the 2021 Wisconsin Farm to Table dinner event.
WEST BEND, Wis. [May 3, 2021] – Wisconsin Farm to Table’s seventh annual event will take place at Roden Echo Valley on September 18. Roden Echo Valley, this year’s host, looks forward to welcoming guests to their farm for this elegant outdoor dining experience.
At the event, consumers and farmers gather to discover Wisconsin agriculture through an exceptional on-farm culinary experience. Guests explore the taste of Wisconsin’s agricultural diversity from prestigious cheeses, meats, vegetables, and beyond.
The evening’s creations will be prepared and presented by local chef and self-proclaimed farm kid, Tyler Sailsbery. Chef Sailsbery is the head chef and owner of The Black Sheep in Whitewater, Wis., where he works with local farmers to craft unique dishes packed with fresh ingredients and divine flavors. Additionally, after all the changes the past year brought, Chef Sailsbery expanded to make this culinary experience mobile by creating The Little Lamb Food Truck. During summer weekends, he travels throughout the county, sharing his always-changing seasonal menu with others at various events and new locations.
Roden Echo Valley is located in West Bend, Wis., where they milk 700 cows on their multigenerational dairy farm. Their passion for agriculture runs deep and inspired the family to include agritourism on the farm under Roden Barnyard Adventures’ entity. Through unique events like Farm Camp, Sundae on the Farm, birthday parties and newly-added winter sleigh rides, Roden Barnyard Adventures allows both children and adults to explore and discover life on the farm through various fun and safe activities.
Proceeds from the Wisconsin Farm to Table dinner go towards a charity of the host farms choosing. This year, Roden Echo Valley has chosen the local Newburg fire department.
The Farm to Table dinner begins at 4:30 p.m., with farm tours and cheese reception with live music entertainment. The catered dinner begins at 6:00 p.m., complemented by a program featuring the local farmers who helped provide the evening’s fare.
For more information and to secure dinner tickets, visit www.wifarmtotable.com, call event contact, Kari Kuehl, at (262) 203-4016, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The event is limited to the first 100 guests. Those interested are encouraged to purchase tickets early.