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Dinner series supports local food entrepreneurs

1:06 PM, Jun. 13, 2013  |  Comments

The 2013 Heritage Dinner Series at the Farm Market Kitchen has returned for another season. The dinners are a showcase event of the Farm Market Kitchen Incubator, a shared-used food processing center in Algoma.

Proceeds from the dinners help support The Farm Market Kitchen programs and certified kitchen for local food initiatives and entrepreneurs. The center not only makes kitchen space available for rent by the hour but, offers technical support, business assistance programs, and custom processing services.

Custom processing services are also available for those who want to develop a product, and prefer to have the products produced by the Farm Market Kitchen.

Foods from the New England & Cape Cod Region will be featured at the dinner on June 20 at the Gerald J. Haegele Center 520 Parkway, adjacent to the Algoma lighthouse, The dinners include appetizers, entrees, desserts and beverages.

The dinner series continues on July 18 with Deep Southern Comfort Foods, Aug. 15 Hawaiian Islands Favorites, and Sept. 13 New York Italian Specialties.

The Farm Market Kitchen Incubator is a unique nonprofit project.

"We are now in our 11th year of helping those with a dream of processing food products take their dream and turn it into a business," said Mary Pat Carlson, director of the project. "These dinners are a great way to support our programs, meet some of the newest food processors in Northeast Wisconsin, sample new products, and have an enjoyable evening."

The evening starts at 5:30 p.m. with appetizers and cash bar. Dinners are served at 6 p.m. Seating is limited and reservations are recommended. Cost $18.

For reservations call (920) 487-9750 or (920) 421-0995. The dinners are hosted by The Living Lake's Heritage Inc. nonprofit organization. View full menu and details at www.farmmarketkitchen.org

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