Date(s) - 10/16/2016
4:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Lubeznik Center for the Arts
A four course harvest dinner with all ingredients grown or produced in Indiana. This family-style dinner will feature the culinary delights of Shoreline Brewery’s Chef Barry; plus a entertaining and educational conversation with rock-star food supplier Greg Gunthorp; author and renowned journalist David Hoppe; and the owner of Yats, the Indy-based cajun creole restaurant, Joe Vuskovich. Special thanks to the Food Council The NWI Food Council which serves as a regional clearinghouse, connecting food groups and initiatives across the region. Dress for comfort, after all it’s a Sunday supper with friends.
Tickets $60. Purchase through www.lubeznikcenter.org/
Greg Gunthorp is a recognized leader and mentor in the pasture-raised, sustainable farming movement. His pork and poultry are favored by leading chefs throughout the Midwest, including Rick Bayless, who features Gunthorp products in his Chicago restaurants. Greg has been named one the most influential people in Chicago’s restaurant scene.
David Hoppe is an award-winning journalist, editor and playwright, whose books include Food For Thought: An Indiana Harvest, Personal Indianapolis, and Where We Live: Essays About Indiana.. His work has appeared in such publications as Notre Dame Review, Utne Reader, and NUVO, where he is a regular columnist and Contributing Editor.
Joe Vuskovich is a native of New Orleans and lifelong restaurateur, whose Yats restaurants have helped to popularize Cajun-Creole cuisine in Indiana. A legendary host, Joe’s approach to food and hospitality has made Yats a consistent winner in Best of Indy polls over the past decade and been written up by the New York Times.