Sunday Supper with Allan Benton and TaylOrganics dba Split Cedar Farms

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September 28, 2008 (Sun)
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM

1180 Peachtree St NE #A
Atlanta, GA 30309

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Cost: $105

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WHAT: A Slow Food Fundraising Wine Dinner with Matt Harris & Jeremy Leib of Trois. Honoring Allan Benton and Neil Taylor. The money raised will support local farmers and chefs selected to attend the Terra Madre Conference in Turin, Italy.

WHO: Slow Food Atlanta (

Terra Madre global food conference (

Allan Benton (

Neil Taylor (

WHEN: September 28th at 6:00pm

WHERE: Trois. 1180 Peachtree St NE #A Atlanta, GA 30309

HOW: To buy tickets purchase here on or BRING check or cash to the event. WALK-UPS ARE WELCOME

Join us in the private dining room at Trois for an unforgettable 5-course dinner paired to the reserve wines of France. The experience will celebrate Allan Benton of Smoky Mountain Country Hams of Tennessee and local favorite, Neil Taylor of Split Cedar Farms. Meet the local farmers supplying the food prepared by Jeremy Leib and Matt Harris. The dining experience begins with mixologist Eric Simpkins providing an experimental smoky cocktail reception in the bar. Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to celebrate slow food leaders of the South.

The $105 per person price includes dinner, beverage, tax and tip.



Slow Food is a non-profit, eco-gastronomic member-supported organization founded in 1989 to counteract fast food and fast life, the disappearance of local food traditions and people’s dwindling interest in the food they eat, where it comes from, how it tastes and how our food choices affect the rest of the world.

Taste Network is a Georgia-based company delivering experiential services to the artisan wine and cheese industries. The company’s mission is to provide cultured events and education focused around artisan wine, cheese and cuisine to its clients and the public at large.

Terra Madre is an international community of food producers, chefs/cooks and educators who aim to explore new and different methods of food production-- an approach that is attentive to environmental resources, global balance and product quality. The meeting of more than 6000 individuals from 120 countries will focus on issues of concern to all food producers today: biodiversity, hunger, poverty, water, sustainability, both traditional and new technologies, organic agriculture, the role of women, and the linkage between rural economic development and the prevention of conflicts. These and many other issues will be discussed by various workgroups, and will be conducted in a spirit of constructive proposal at the conference in Turin, Italy the last week of October.

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