Two Chefs Cook to Benefit Happy Boy Farms

Happy Boy Farm is recovering from winter flooding with help from chefs at
Lungomare and Chop Bar.

Due to record rainfall over the winter, nearly half of the fields at Happy Boy Farms were flooded for weeks. Executive chefs Craig DiFonzo of Lungomare and Lev Delany of Chop Bar, who have been serving the farm’s organic produce for years, decided to roll up their sleeves and host a benefit dinner for the farm. The duo came up with a menu that features Happy Boy Farms radishes, beets, snap peas, and more, with proceeds going directly to the farm. Cost: $65 per person. Includes four-course dinner, wine pairings, and a $10 gift certificate to Chop Bar.
Info and tickets: here

Happy Boy Farms Benefit Dinner
Wednesday June 14, 6–9:30pm
1 Broadway, Oakland

Assorted Passed Canapés
Artisan Cheese & Charcuterie

Local McFarland’s Rainbow Trout, pickled radish, beets, peppercress
Flint and Steel, Sauvignon Blanc 2014

Beet Corzetti Pasta- braised heritage pork cheeks, spring onions, kale
Calista, Pinot Noir 2013

American Rabbit 3 Ways- stuffed saddle, liver mousse, leg confit, snap peas
Montefalco Rosso 2012

Roasted Carrot Budino
Urban Legend, Aglow


Photos courtesy of Happy Boy Farms.