Farm to Table Southern Style
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Fourth Annual Farm to Table Supper

July 25

6:30 pm

Georgia Southern's Nessmith-Lane Ballroom

Sponsored by Friends of Zach S. Henderson Library

Speaker: Ken Burger, author of BAPTIZED IN SWEET TEA

Tickets: $75.00 each
(Proceeds will be used to purchase additional library resources.)

Call 912-478-5115. Checks and credit cards accepted.

Menu
1st Course
Melon – Ricotta Salata – Balsamic Reduction – Smoked Sea Salt

2nd Course
Charred Heirloom Tomato and Grilled Eggplant Gazpacho

3rd Course
Fresh Trout – Corn and Field Pea Succotash – Olive Oil – Lemon Juice

4th Course
Sweet Tea Glazed Pork Belly – Lacy Cornbread – Arugula

5th Course
Beef Filet – Wild Oyster Mushroom Demi-Glace – Roasted Summer Vegetables

Dessert
Kettle Corn Pudding – Salted Caramel – Kettle Corn


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wwwhunter commented on Monday, Jun 17, 2013 at 17:19 PM

http://marketplace.statesboroherald.com/

ahamilton above is the link for placing advertising; please feel free to use it to support your local paper instead of taking advantage of them you mooch

mbraz commented on Monday, Jun 17, 2013 at 17:54 PM

That's a somewhat mean-spirited comment, since Georgia Southern's Henderson Library is available for the general public's use and is not a commercial enterprise.

I wouldn't presume to speak for either the Herald or GSU, but they seem to have been mutually beneficial in the past.

By the way, here's the link to community usage of the Library: http://library.georgiasouthern.edu/fr...

wwwhunter commented on Monday, Jun 17, 2013 at 19:09 PM

mbraz; my apologies if I offended you but I still remember the multiple daily advertising blogs that were posted on behalf of GSU in the past. I do not speak for the Herald but I do speak for myself and last time the Herald blogs were blasted with advertisements for GSU and others I along with many other bloggers stopped visiting this site. I came back after some time but most others did not. Perhaps if GSU does not want to support a local business I shouldn't be offended but as a local businessman myself I am.


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