[THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT. TICKETS ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE.] “Taste of Gilmanton,” a farm-to-table dinner consisting solely of Gilmanton-raised food. When he wrote his definitive History of Gilmanton in 1845, the Reverend Daniel Lancaster said, “Gilmanton is one of the best farming towns in the State. In the article of wheat, Gilmanton in 1840 surpassed all other towns. In neat cattle, Gilmanton produced by 1000 more than any other town.” Today, Gilmanton is reclaiming its agricultural roots. Sheep graze near Gilmanton Corners. Bison range the hills, and the back roads are awash in farm stands selling organic rutabaga and artisan relish. At Taste of Gilmanton, we’ll celebrate the renaissance and behold the mastery of two Gilmanton chefs—Steve Owens, who teaches culinary arts at Southern New Hampshire University, and Sarah Baldwin-Welcome, the founder of Provincial Palate, a maker of gourmet mustards. Tickets are $35 apiece. Send payment to Paula Gilman, 50 Hawkins Lane, Gilmanton, NH03837. Make checks payable to Arts Alliance of Northern New Hampshire (or simply AANNH) and put Taste of Gilmanton in the subject line. You will receive your tickets in the US mail.
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