2018 Garden Party presented by Whole Foods Market

The Details

CHOMP!’s Garden Party presented by Whole Foods Market
Saturday, August 18th 2-3:30 pm
Clise Mansion Garden at Marymoor Park

6046 West Lake Sammamish Pkwy NE
Redmond, WA 98052

$25 ticket, includes small bites prepared by Chef John Sundstrom of Lark,
plus one drink ticket good for beer, wine or cider.

Additional drinks available for purchase. 

The Menu

Pork rillettes
walnut toast, plum blackberry preserve
Burrata with basil
cherry tomato, green chickpea and olive oil crostini (veg.)
Smoked salmon spread
dill, shallot, ikura caviar, dark rye bread
Albacore tartare with fennel
green olive, preserved lemon, rosemary crackers
Herbed flatbread
smoked white bean puree, Summer squash, nasturtium pesto (vegan)

Chocolate Madeleines
with Theo dark chocolate sauce (veg.)
Sweet Bumpas ‘Peach Dreamsicle’ Sorbet
made with Tonnemaker peaches on tiny cones

*Gluten Free options will be available


CHOMP!'s 2018 Garden Party is made possible in part by:

A portion of the proceeds from the Garden Party will benefit

VIVA Farms – King County Student Farm and Farm Incubator

Viva Farms is ​​​a small farm business incubator that provides ​bi-lingual ​​training and ​technical assistance in ​sustainable ​organic farm​ing​ and business ​planning​, as well as access to land, ​water, ​infrastructure​ and​ equipment, marketing, and capital. ​The King County location in Woodinville currently supports five independently owned farm businesses on 10 acres, including 2 acres of shared infrastructure.​ Founded in Skagit County in 2009, Viva Farms has educated over 700 small farmers (100+ Spanish speakers) in sustainable organic farming and is currently incubating 2​3​ independent farm businesses (7 Latino owned). In 2017, the SAgE (Sustainable Agriculture Education) student farm in Woodinville became part of Viva Farms and five farm businesses signed leases to operate as incubator farm businesses at Viva Farms King County. The program in King County replicates the model in Skagit County, offering a land-based three quarter practicum in partnership with Seattle Central Community College, as well as workshops targeted to the King County farmer audience.