Based in the Okanagan, British Columbia, 'SOURCED' is a naturally constructed feast created by Aman Dosanj and The Paisley Notebook that is re-imagining what it means to eat, one edible story and pop up dinner at a time.
For the first time outside of BC, The Paisley Notebook is bringing her national 'culinary tourism' award-winning dinner series to a certain maple farm near you - bringing together British Columbia and Nova Scotia for a special collaborative dinner.
Join us for a night of edible storytelling at Sugar Moon Farm on Thursday, October 10. Featuring farm-to-table communal long tables with 4 Indian-inspired courses inspired by Sugar Moon Farm and the friendships formed because of Slow Food.
Travelling from the Okanagan, Aman will be collecting ingredients for this dinner with the help of a little trade route.
If you have any food allergies or dietary restrictions (including vegetarian), please email firstname.lastname@example.org. This edible adventure features a set menu, which will not be shared until each course is up. A little request is for you to be in touch with allergies before purchasing tickets; some allergies may not be possible to accommodate because the menu follows a story (please and thank you).
Date: Thursday October 10
Time: 5:30 PM for 5:45 PM farm tour
Price: $85 (+ tax, gratuity and drinks)
4-course meal with farm tour
A collaboration by Sugar Moon Farm and The Paisley Notebook
Aman Dosanj/The Paisley Notebook:
Food geek, marketing geek, former England and Arsenal footballer (soccer), people watcher, middle child, Slow Food Member, adventurer, imperfect environmentalist, storyteller, and just weird enough to be interesting. The former Western Living Magazine ‘Foodie of the Year’, organizes pop up dinners and collaborative events across the Okanagan aimed at bringing the community together. The Paisley Notebook was the winner of the ‘Culinary Tourism Experience’ category at the 2018 Canadian Tourism Awards, and a two-time finalist in the BC Tourism Industry Awards' Remarkable Experiences category, and has raised over $47k for local charities since 2017.