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Lincoln Pasadena’s Farm-to-Table Dinner

Jul 14, 2015

Lincoln_Cafe_Pasadena_CA_1aAs many people know, Lincoln Pasadena is the second eating hub and gastronomic delight created by Christine Moore.

Her initial endeavor, Little Flower, was begun as a candy store and Pulitzer Prize-winning food writer and columnist for the Los Angeles Times, Jonathan Gold, has said…

Like most things worth having, Christine Moore’s sea salt caramels sting for a moment before dissolving into pure, buttery happiness. And I can’t begin to count the mornings I’ve slipped into her café for a quick pie crust cookie and ended up chatting until noon about the thermodynamics of marshmallows. (Little Flower, 2012, Prospect Park Books)

Savor the skills of Christine Moore, and Pamela Perkins, at “Lincoln Loves Muir Ranch” during a farm-to-table dinner on July 25th.

 

All images of foods from Lincoln or Little Flower are examples only.—they're not officially on the farm-to-table menu.

All images of foods from Lincoln or Little Flower are examples only.—they’re not officially on the farm-to-table menu.

 

A wine tasting begins at 5 p.m., followed by dinner at the long table at 6 p.m.

The meal will be created with Muir Ranch garden vegetables with “generous support” from L.A. Specialty Produce.

Enjoy a locally grown and harvested, sustainable, plant-based supper, while supporting Muir Ranch student jobs! The dinner ticket is tax deductible and purchase helps fund the Ranch’s summer internship program.

 

The Long Table. Photo, Muir Ranch

The Long Table. Photo, Muir Ranch

 

Lincoln Loves Muir Ranch
Saturday, July 25th, 5-8 p.m.
Muir Ranch, 1905 Lincoln Ave., Pasadena 91103
Cost: A seat at the table, $50; supper & MR t-shirt, $65; supper & flowers on your head, $75
Purchase tickets here
For more details, visit event Facebook page

 

For $25 more, you can have your own, original “flowers on your head”!

Photo, Muir Ranch

Photo, Muir Ranch

 

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Lincoln Pasadena, 1992 Lincoln Ave., Pasadena. Hours: Monday-Saturday, 6:30 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sunday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Tel.: 1.626.765.6746. Most Lincoln updates found on its Facebook page.

Little Flower Candy Co. (and café), 1422 W. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena 91105. Hours: Monday-Saturday, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sunday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Tel.: 1.626.304.4800. Little Flower on Facebook. Official website: Little Flower Candy Co.

Chef Christine was kind enough to contribute the second feature in Hometown Pasadena’s recipe of the week category Mangiamo, way back in January 2013.

Pining for a piece of deliciousness? Try Little Flower’s Foley Cake: Little-Flower-foley-cake.

 

Little Flower's Foley Cake; photo by Robert Ryan Miller

Little Flower’s Foley Cake; photo by Robert Ryan Miller

 

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Published by the local publishing company Prospect Park Books. Peruse the website for

  • Cookbooks: Little Flower, Who Wants Seconds? by Jennie Cook, Julienne, Das Cookbook, and The Auntie Em’s Cookbook by Theresa Wahl.
  • Fiction: Helen of Pasadena and Elizabeth the First Wife by Lian Dolan, Strawberry Yellow and Blood Hina by Naomi Hirahara, Plus One by Christopher Dixon, Famous Baby by Karen Rizzo, Washing the Dead and After Abel.
  • Humor: Non-Essential Mnemonics, Neurotic Parent’s Guide to College Admissions, The Break-Up Activity Book, Things I Want to Punch in the Face, and Mark Twain’s Guide to Diet, Exercise, Beauty, Fashion, Investment, Romans, Health and Happiness.
  • Regional: 100 Not So Famous Views of L.A. by artist Barbara Thomason, Literary Pasasdena, The Spa Less Traveled, At Home: Pasadena, Eat Los Angeles, Drink Los Angeles, and Pocket of Paradise.

Prospect Park Books

 




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