Chef Kamala Gamble of Kam’s Kookery
has just given us some hints
about this year’s prairie dinner
local foods menu:

Sun-dried tomato Crostini
Barb’s Homemade Pimento Cheese on Crostini
Anti-pasti-Seasonal Roasted Veggies

Fall Vegetables minestrone or Pureed Southwest Vegetable Chowder

Fall Salad with Local Spiced Pecans and Local apples or Pears with Blue Cheese

Slow Braised Bergen Beef Brisket with Au jus
Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Roasted Local Vegetables

Chocolate Torte with caramel


Savoring this fresh, perfectly prepared,
colorful, healthy and scrumptious food
alongside gentle friends
on the prairie at Doe Creek
as Earth rolls up and sun shines
golden…oh my…


And this year, along with the appetizers,
Transition OKC will announce the recipient
of its Community Catalyst Award.
It honors a person who is a catalyst
for Oklahoma City’s transition
to more local resiliency.
Looking forward to helping honor
that person!


We heard too
that fiddler extraordinaire
Kyle Dillingham
will come to Turtle Rock Farm
fresh off a gig
at the Oklahoma State Fairgrounds
before 30,000. His concert
in our round-top barn
will be much more intimate.
You won’t want to miss it.

It’s time!
Reserve your place at the table:
Green Connections website.