reserve your seat at mother nature’s restaurant

Chef Ben Bebenroth of Spice of Life Catering, which recently merged with Marigold Catering, has released its 2008 schedule for their popular plated landscape dinners. Referred to as Mother Nature’s restaurant, the events, now in its third year, celebrates food at its source. With their exclusive “traveling restaurant” concept, you are treated to six-courses (paired with the appropriate wine) that may feature ingredients picked by you minutes before, but always from the farm. The cost is $150 per person.

2008 Dates
May 3rd: Killbuck Valley Mushroom Farm Spring Forage
June 8th: Muddy Fork Farm Asparagus Feast *
June 21st: Mackenzie Creamery Goat Cheese Farm Culinary Spread*
July 4th: Urban Landscapes Rooftop Fireworks Dinner (in conjunction with the Pop Up Cleveland project)
July 19th: Heritage Lane Bison Farm Open Sky Cookout
Aug. 2nd: Killbuck Valley Mushroom Farm Chanterelle Forage
Aug. 3rd: Killbuck Valley Mushroom Farm Chanterelle Forage (food & beverage professionals only)
Sept. 20th: Muddy Fork Farm Heirloom Harvest
Sept. 27th: Killbuck Valley Mushroom Farm Fall Fungus Forage
Sept. 28th: Killbuck Valley Mushroom Farm Fall Fungus Forage (food & beverage professionals only)

*These dates are still tentative and will be confirmed in the coming weeks.


  1. Matt and Jen
    Posted March 27, 2008 at 12:28 pm | Permalink

    Hi Michelle! I see you are a foodie. Matt is a chef. You two would get along quite nicely, I would imagine.

    I’m excited about my cultivator/edger. Thank Troy-Bilt for me. (Wink) Thanks for visiting us! Have a great day! -Jen :)

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