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Farm to Fork Dinner Event to benefit AACORN   Wednesday, August 9 at 6 p.m.
Feed the World Cafe is partnering with Perrin Brewing to support AACORN. Proceeds benefit AACORN. Enjoy a  5 course, 5 beer, Farm to Fork Pairing dinner. Tickets are $55 per person. Tables of 8 or more receive gifts. Seating is limited. Make your reservations now by calling 269-353-6620. We hope to see you there—Feed The World Café, 7000 Stadium Drive, Kalamazoo, MI 49009. Scroll to see the fantastic menu.

Feed The World Café & Perrin Brewing Company Present 5 Course Pairing Dinner

Perrin Black
Grilled Shrimp and Vegetable Tartine on Grilled Sourdough with Sweet Gouda Sauce

Perrin Gold
Spiced Roasted Walnuts, Specialty Pepper Cheese, Blackberry Pepper Smear with Dried Apricot

98 Problems
Spicy Sesame Ginger Soy Tuna Poke with Grilled Garlic Crustini and Umami Salmon Snack

Lil Griz
Savory Herb Grilled Chicken with Sweet Glaze Carrot and Potato and 3 Cheese Garlic Bread

Michigan Cherry
Michigan Cherry Semifreddo with Cherry Chocolate Sauce and Citrus Accent

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