Farmington Hemp Dinner
Time & Location
About the Event
On Thursday, July 11th join the Kentucky Hemp Heritage Alliance at Farmington Historic Plantation for the first Farmington Hemp-infused Dinner featuring Louisville Food Network Featured Chef Adam Burress!
Brought to you by Commonwealth Extracts and 502Hemp and sponsors.
Join us for a delicious hemp-infused culinary experience from Chef Adam Burress, owner of Louisville restaurants Migo, Hammerheads, and Ostra at Farmington Historic Plantation in Louisville, Kentucky. Chef Burress is known for putting exotic food on the menu and competed on the Food Network show "Chopped" in 2018. He has worked with hemp foods and will be incorporating them into a five star hemp feast.
Hemp Wildflower English Pea Hummus on Hemp Toast
Watermelon Cucumber Salad tossed in a Hemp Ponzu Vin, Hemp Oil and Goat Cheese
Elote with a Hemp Aioli, Toasted Hemp Hearts, and Cotija Cheese
Kentucky Bison in a Scotched Date and Hemp Hibiscus Mole with Brie and Aged Beemster
Hemp Tres Leches Cake made with CBD Honey
PURCHASE TICKETS HERE: http://farmingtonhistoricplantation.org/donations/farmington-hemp-dinner-2019
Reservations include dinner, cocktails, and a complimentary gift and goodie bag from sponsors and the Heritage Hemp Trail.
Cost: $100 per person
Thank you sponsors 502Hemp and Commonwealth Extracts, along with:
Kentucky Hemp Works
With support from Hemp Ventures and Kentucky Hempsters.
After covering event costs, all proceeds will benefit continued hemp education and preservation at Farmington Historic Plantation and through the Heritage Hemp Trail/Kentucky Hemp Heritage Alliance.