Thursday, November 10, 2016
|Devra Gartenstein |
During the summer they expand outside
The Patty Pan Cooperative has become the heart of the Briarcrest Neighborhood. Residents know and now Patty Pan has been discovered by The Seattle Times's Pacific Magazine.
|The interior is homey and comfortable|
“HONOR THE FARMERS!” read the chalkboard at the five-course feast made from locally grown, seasonal ingredients. Sweet red peppers, roasting in the ovens, made the kitchen smell like harvest season.
With the ingredients list, cooks Devra Gartenstein and Tamara Guyton could have been preparing for any high-end regional dinner: flour milled by Nash’s Organic Produce in Sequim from grains grown in nearby fields, beef from cows raised on sustainable pastures at Winthrop’s Crown S Ranch.
The goal, though, wasn’t glamour. This was The Humble Feast, a monthly community meal prepared by the Patty Pan Cooperative in Shoreline. Ticket prices were $10 in advance for adults, $5 for kids (yes; kids are welcome). At the door, it was $12 and $6, still closer to fast-food prices than standard farm-to-table celebrations.
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See our previous article: Patty Pan Cooperative sets up shop in Shoreline and keep up with them on their Facebook page or website.