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Decatur's Dinner Party Tickets on Sale July 23rd!

The City of Decatur and Global Growers present Decatur’s Dinner Party, celebrating Decatur’s vibrant food community and the people behind it. This event is one of Decatur's best food events of the year and all proceeds go to support our work. Come enjoy some delicious food, support a great organization, and sprout change within your food system - we hope to see you in the historic Decatur Cemetery on September 8th for a delightful evening!

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What Your Ticket Gets You

  • A cocktail hour with delicious drinks made by some of Decatur's best mixologists
  • Tasty appetizers
  • Delectable four-course dinner prepared by chef's from some of Decatur's finest restaurants
  • A fantastic silent auction featuring packages from businesses around Decatur and the Atlanta-Metro area
  • Live auction on packages worth up to $1000!

We'll be releasing more information about the restaurants and auction items as the event gets closer, so check back on our website to find out more. 

Pricing Information

General Admission Ticket - $175 (Admit One)

VIP Ticket - $300 (Admit One)

General Admission Table - $1800 (Admit Eight)


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Founded by farmers in 1988, Blackberry Patch harvested local fruits and used time-honored Southern techniques to make jams, jellies and syrups. Their fruit syrups, toppings, jams, and preserves are all handcrafted in Thomasville, Georgia, a welcoming, small Southern town that has served as a source of inspiration for many of their time-tested recipes. Their products have a just-like-mother-made-it good taste, because each is made with all-natural flavors and ingredients.


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Large Share

  • Eggplant
  • Leeks
  • Water Spinach
  • Okra
  • Tomatoes
  • Beans
  • Asian Pears
  • Partner Product: Blackberry Patch-Raspberry Syrup
  • Leeks
  • Water Spinach
  • Tomatoes
  • Asian Pears
  • Partner Product: Blackberry Patch-Raspberry Syrup

 


What Is It?

Water Spinach- Water spinach is a tender green that is in the same family as the morning glory. It is a common ingredient used in many Southeastern Asian dishes. It is delicious when stir-fried with garlic and chilies or stirred into a brothy soup. It should be stored in a plastic bag in the refrigerator and should be used within 3-5 days.

Asian Pear- Also known as Korean or Chinese Pear. Unlike the pears we are used to seeing in the United States, Asian pears are a larger and rounder fruit. They are slightly sweet and remain crunchy with a creamy flesh after ripening fully. Great to add raw to a salad or shredded into a slaw.


 recipe from www.chinasichuanfood.com

recipe from www.chinasichuanfood.com

This a really basic recipe, but it's a classic way to cook water spinach thats enjoyed all throughout East Asia. It's also so so good. A great way to experience all that water spinach has to offer!

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