WBG Annual Meeting with Chef Sara Bradley – VIRTUAL SPOTS STILL AVAILABLE
Thursday, Nov. 5
6:50-8:15pm (virtual guests – you will be emailed your link to join on Wednesday, Nov. 4)
$15, FREE to WBG Members with code CHOMP2020
Join us for a dual-format WBG Annual Meeting in 2020, choosing from either the in-person meal or virtual watch-from-home option.
This year’s topic is: Reinventing Kentucky’s Classics: How to Create Some of Kentucky’s Classic Smoked Dishes Without the Smoker
Chef Sara Bradley is a native Kentuckian who is a gardener, chef/proprietor of freight house and runner-up contestant of Top Chef: Kentucky (Season 16), which was filmed locally at The Avish.
Joining us remotely from her kitchen in Paducah, chef Sara Bradley reimagines some of Kentucky’s most famous dishes. Farm to Fork Catering will be creating the recipes for our in-person dinner guests.
Chef Bradley infuses flavors of pit style bbq, as well as world-famous country ham, bourbon, and century-old recipes into seasonal local-source dishes. Sara discusses the history of preserving fruits and vegetables from the garden and focuses on the importance of communal cooking and how it has been affected during the wildness of 2020.
Chef Bradley will share her recipes of the food dishes served at the Graeser Family Education Center with both in-person and virtual attendees. Plus, she’ll add one cocktail recipe.
THE IN-PERSON DINNER IS CURRENTLY FULL
If you would like to be put on the waitlist for the in-person dinner, please contact email@example.com
*** Names are added to the waitlist on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please be aware that joining the waitlist does not guarantee you will obtain a slot at the dinner.
NO PHYSICAL TICKETS ARE DISTRIBUTED FOR THIS EVENT. ALL NAMES ARE ADDED TO OUR ELECTRONIC GUEST LISTS.
chef sara bradley was born and raised in western kentucky. she grew up loving all the delicacies our region has to offer. from the smooth apple butter her grandmother prepared every fall after the apples were plucked, to the sweet strawberry pie her mother would make from scratch every spring. she learned early on the flavor difference in fresh over frozen and the importance of cooking with the seasons. she developed her skillset under the tutelage of michelin star chefs john fraser (dovetail, new york), david posey and paul kahan (blackbird, chicago). after careful consideration, chef sara opted to open freight house to focus on and encourage agricultural sustainability here in her home town of paducah. chef sara is also involved in many charitable and philanthropic endeavors within the community, including being a founding member of cartel, a western kentucky style pit bbq team that raises capital funds for the restoration of historic buildings and numerous other nonprofits throughout the region. chef sara was invited to compete on season 16 of the hit tv series top chef, and took 2nd place after battling it out with other talented chefs from across the country.