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Spring Supper / Fundraiser at Bella Luna Farms

  • Bella Luna Farms 18432 Snohomish Avenue Snohomish, WA, 98296 United States (map)

SCAMPAGNATA [Italian] Outing to the country

A four-part, farm-to-table culinary series celebrating the seasonal bounty of the Pacific Northwest and the distinct, delicious flavors of the Ark of Taste.


Saturday, June 15, 2019 / 5:00pm / Bella Luna Farms in Snohomish

Bella Luna Farms and Chef Shane Ryan of Upper Left Catering invite you to Scampagnata, an inspiring series of outings at the farm to raise funds for Slow Food Seattle. It all begins with this Spring Supper on Saturday, June 15th.

Bella Luna Farms in Snohomish, WA

Bella Luna Farms in Snohomish, WA

Tour of Bella Luna Farms

This enchanting evening will open with passed appetizers, drinks and a guided tour through Bella Luna Farms. Nestled in the forest, the farm hosts several stunning organic gardens, ponds, open fields, chickens, goats, an apiary and farmstead creamery.

Wood-fired pizza oven at Bella Luna Farms

Wood-fired pizza oven at Bella Luna Farms

Spring Supper

We will gather in the vine laden Grapehouse for a six-course, family style feast showcasing authentic flavors of the Northwest. Supper will include such delights as spring peas, ruby red rhubarb, locally foraged mushrooms, geoduck clams, Salish Sea halibut, Chef Shane’s house-made charcuterie and traditional style pizza baked in Bella Luna’s wood fired oven.

Come and Meet Our Community

  • Rand Rasheed, local grower of One Leaf Farm. Rand uses regenerative, soil-building techniques on her eight-acre sustainable farm. We are thrilled to hear her talk about the importance of local farming and feature OLF’s produce on the menu.

  • Chef Shane Ryan of Upper Left Catering. Highly acclaimed chef and Slow Food advocate Chef Shane has sourced local, seasonal ingredients for our glorious Spring Supper. We can’t thank him enough for donating his time and efforts to raise funds for the chapter.

  • Ross Mickel, winemaker of Ross Andrew Winery. Ross will introduce his highly rated wines and talk about Washington State’s special terroir. Our thanks to him for generously donating the wine for the evening.

  • Before we taste the geoduck course, David George Gordon will entertain us with the history of this large burrowing clam and how Slow Food Seattle boarded it onto the Ark of Taste.

Silent Auction

The silent auction will include packages highlighting our local culinary community. Proceeds from the evening will benefit Slow Food Seattle initiatives, all of which support food that is grown or harvested by local people, as well as build up our community, our farmers and our world through food that is good, clean and fair for all.

Thank you to the benevolent local businesses that have donated items for the silent auction: The Elliott Bay Book CompanyFran’s ChocolatesCedar Grove Organic CompostingAnthony’s RestaurantsTeatro Zinzanni and Seafair Festival.

Gifting a Ticket to FareStart

Please consider purchasing a ticket to allow a FareStart Apprentice to enjoy this extraordinary culinary experience. FareStart has been helping adults and youth transform their lives through food for over 27 years. FareStart helps their students overcome barriers by teaching them work and life skills they need to succeed in the foodservice industry and in life. Thank you for considering gifting this opportunity to a Farestart Apprentice.

Goats living happily at Bella Luna Farms

Goats living happily at Bella Luna Farms


Six-Course Spring Supper: $160/pp

Additional Wine Pairing / Ross Andrew Wines: $40/pp

A huge thank you to our sponsors and partners for this special event!

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