Legacy Foods Dinner with Judith Carney, May 8

The Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies invites you to a Legacy Foods dinner and presentations by Judith Carney, professor, Geography and the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, University of California, Los Angeles; Malik Yakini, executive director of the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network and James Beard Foundation Leadership Award recipient; Monica White, assistant professor, Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies and Community and Environmental Sociology, UW-Madison.

Chef Michael Pruett has taken a modern approach to the cuisine of America’s South and has created a custom, multi-course menu featuring legacy foods for your enjoyment.

Wednesday, May 8, 6:00 p.m.*
Steenbock’s on Orchard

333 N. Orchard Street, Madison
*check-in and cash bar available in lounge at 5:30 pm

Price Options: $55.00 (includes non-alcoholic beverages) and $75.00 (includes chef-selected beer/spirits pairing). Attendance is limited to 75 guests. Advance reservations and payment are requested to:

Steenbock’s on Orchard, (608)204-2733,