Farm to Tables

I had the loveliest evening with a diverse group of people that participated in one of Courtney's farm to table dinners. It was magical walking into the field to find a long, beautifully decorated table arrangement set in the wild landscape... The conversation was inspiring, the multi-course meal innovative and superb. It was an evening I will remember fondly. Thank you, Courtney, for a memorable experience.


~ Gina D.

About Our Farm to Tables


Everyone has their own idea of what a “Farm to Table” event is but here at Rainbow Eats, our events are truly Farm To Table. All our produce and protein are sourced directly from local farmers who grow food the way food should be grown. If you want to learn how to source local food, how to get “organic” without the expensive label and how to know your farmers, all while having a flavorsome, unique meal, these events are for you!

What to Expect


Each ticket comes with a multi-course meal that has only the finest ingredients cooked perfectly and in the most unique ways. You can expect to try things you have never tried in ways you never thought about. Every ticket includes two paired, alcoholic drinks and that is the limit. I care about my guest’s safety and preserving the liability of the farmers who host us. If you’re looking for a one-of-a-kind food experience, this is for you.

Guests can arrive 30 minutes before the event starts to take a farm tour. Afterwards, sit down for a beautiful dinner that highlights the amazing ingredients our area has to offer. Each event will have the opportunity to participate in raffles to win some of the great things we have in our events. You can expect to spend around 3 hours at an event and leave full, satisfied, and educated!

Menu


If there was ever a question not to ask me its “what’s the menu?”. The menu is picked based off of what my farmers have available. Sometimes, the menu is not finalized until the morning of the event and a huge part of the pay off for these events is experiencing my guests opening their menu for the first time and saying “wow!”. 


When you come to one of our events you are saying “I trust you. I’m adventurous. I want to try new things.” and I value that! So, I ask that if you are hesitant to come because you are a “picky” eater or you don’t like such and such to consider coming with an open mind and willingness to experience the beauty in the things we create! If you have an allergy, simply note it upon check out.



Here is a peek at past menus!

Summer


Salad
strawberry-mint salad with pickled red candy apple onions, kohlrabi chips and vache

Appetizer
brined cucumbers, garlic runner beans, beets, grilled green cabbage, shaved radish, nasturtiums, bronze fennel and kale

Entrée
grilled kohlrabi, butter-wine leeks, tomatoes, dragon beans and squash with raised lemon-thyme chicken

Dessert
vache cheese custard with pickled blueberries and whipped cream

Fall


Appetizers
delicata and vache ravioli

Soup
fairy tale pumpkin soup, beet purée and crispy Brussels

Entrée
smoked chicken and bean stew in an acorn squash bowl

Dessert
pumpkin soufflé with apple cider drizzle

Menu


If there was ever a question not to ask me its “what’s the menu?”. The menu is picked based off of what my farmers have available. Sometimes, the menu is not finalized until the morning of the event and a huge part of the pay off for these events is experiencing my guests opening their menu for the first time and saying “wow!”. 


When you come to one of our events you are saying “I trust you. I’m adventurous. I want to try new things.” and I value that! So, I ask that if you are hesitant to come because you are a “picky” eater or you don’t like such and such to consider coming with an open mind and willingness to experience the beauty in the things we create! If you have an allergy, simply note it upon check out.

Check out our previous menus!

Summer


Salad
strawberry-mint salad with pickled red candy apple onions, kohlrabi chips and vache

Appetizer
brined cucumbers, garlic runner beans, beets, grilled green cabbage, shaved radish, nasturtiums, bronze fennel and kale

Entrée
grilled kohlrabi, butter-wine leeks, tomatoes, dragon beans and squash with raised lemon-thyme chicken

Dessert
vache cheese custard with pickled blueberries and whipped cream

Fall


Appetizers
delicata and vache ravioli

Soup
fairy tale pumpkin soup, beet purée and crispy Brussels

Entrée
smoked chicken and bean stew in an acorn squash bowl

Dessert
pumpkin soufflé with apple cider drizzle

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