Cuisine in the Country
University of Nevada Cooperative Extension is proud to present
Dining on the Farm in Rural Nevada
Saturday, July 17, 2010 6:00 p.m. Buckhorn Ranch, Alamo, Nevada.
Bring your family to a working ranch where you can relax, play, explore and eat locally produced food cooked by five-star, Mario Batali chefs. Kids can participate in some good, old fashioned fun and games while adults relax and enjoy an evening of great food and entertainment under the star-filled clear nights of rural Nevada. This dinner event is family priced and on course to be the dining event of the year.
Batali Chefs will feature a casual dinner of locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as, locally produced meat in a variety of salads and pastas topped off with tarts, sorbet, gelato and more.
To purchase tickets or more information www.lincolncountynevada.com or call 1-877-870-3003.
Come early to explore Alamo. At an elevation of 3500 feet, Alamo lies 900 miles north of Las Vegas in the beautiful Pahranagat Valley, home of the Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge, a refuge and sanctuary for migratory birds. The lakes in Pahranagat provide a place for residents to hunt, fish and camp all within a short distance of Alamo. Come and meet your neighboors in Lincoln County who grew and raised the fabulous ingredients for this dinner event.
Persons in need of special acommodations or assistance must call or notify Bob Morris, 702-257-5509, at least three days prior to the scheduled event.