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Mecca Grade Farm to Table Dinner

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Mecca Grade Estate Malt, which produces single-source malt for brewers, is hosting a farm to table dinner at the historical Luelling Homestead Barn in Madras. The dinner starts with a cocktail made from bourbon distilled with Mecca Grade Estate Malt, as well as hors d'oeuvres. Chef James Fink of Wild Oregon Foods will prepare a five-course dinner using ingredients from local family farms in Jefferson County and Central Oregon. Each course will be paired with a beer brewed with Mecca Grade Estate Malt. Highlights include bacon-wrapped meatloaf and grilled tri tip with a Spanish tortilla, romesco, sautéed chard and kale. Tickets are limited and for sale online.

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Farm to Table Dinner
Sat., Sept. 29, 5-9pm
Mecca Grade Estate Malt
9619 Northwest Columbia Dr., Madras
meccagrade.com
$70

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