May 2, that is … just for you. You would look mahvelous, dahling, with your plate full of organic spring greens from Lancaster Farm Fresh and grass-fed lamb prepared by Drew Wandishin, the PA Preferred Best Chef of Pennsylvania. Wandishin is executive chef at Top of the 80s in Hazelton.
At the Farm Show in January, he won the Iron Chef competition with venison and raspberry sauce, and a tarragon-infused tofu with balsamic vinaigrette. Wandishin is a graduate of Johnson & Wales University in Rhode Island and opened The Terrace Cafe in Hazleton in 1991. In 1994 he became exec chef at Top of The 80’s, and five years ago began hosting his own local cooking show, which you can see here.
For tickets and information on the May 2 dinner, email Slow Food Harrisburg.
(Our Slow Supper in January sold out in about four days. There are only 100 tickets for this one.)