Bolete, the Salisbury Township restaurant noted for sophisticated fresh-and-local fare, connects guests with the growers through its periodic Farmer Dinner Series. This season’s final event, starting at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 28, offers a four-course meal starring produce from Teprovich Farm in Germansville.
The menu will be determined a few days before dinner, though pumpkin cheesecake is expected to make an appearance. Attendance is capped at 60 guests; the restaurant is devoted exclusively to the event that evening.
Third-generation farmer Tom Teprovich, his wife, Kim, and daughter Isabella — who, at 8, already embraces being a fourth-generation farmer — along with chef and owner Lee Chizmar, will speak with guests throughout the dinner so they can learn more about where the food they enjoy comes from and what it takes to get it to the table.
“We love these dinners,” Chizmar says. “I get out from behind the stove for a little bit, and guests get to put a face with their food.”
Dinner is $55 with optional wine or beer pairings available for $25, tax and gratuity not included.
Secure reservations with a credit card.
Bolete Restaurant and Inn is at 1740 Seidersville Road. Info: 610-868-6505, www.boleterestaurant.com.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun