A'mano @ Salt City Harvest Farm
Time & Location
About the Event
Farm to Fork 101 has teamed up with A'Mano for a delicious community dinner featuring Salt City Harvest Farm.
August 29, 2021
4 - 7 pm
Salt City Harvest Farm
449 Fyler Road
Kirkville, NY 13082
Farm to Fork 101 is a sustainable culinary experience that aims to connect chefs, farmers and consumers. We do this by engaging the community in different unique ways. Through cooking classes, educational dinners, speaking engagements, event planning and consultation, we strive to bring local to you!
Mission of the Dinner Series:
• To connect with the farmer
• To connect with the community
• To learn about the journey of food through the eyes of the growers and creators
• To celebrate the food being produced in our own backyard
• To build and strengthen our local food system
Vegan and Gluten free options available at purchase of tickets.
Alcohol is not included in price but available for purchase
Limited space available.
About the restaurant:
Opened in September of 2018, by Anthony Fiacchi and his son, Chef Alex Fiacchi, A Mano Kitchen & Bar offers modern Italian dishes with fresh ingredients, and from scratch recipes.
Chef Alex Fiacchi & Chef Lauren Markowitz bring years of experience working on farms throughout Italy, and at some of the finest Award Winning Restaurants in Philadelphia. The dining experience is unlike any other in the city with it's highly inspired atmosphere, service, drinks, and of course, fare.
About Salt City Harvest Farm:
Salt City Harvest Farm is a project that links Northside Community members with land that can help sustain them. It started when the Letcher family of Manlius donated 36 acres of farmland along Fyler Road in Kirkville, to be used by people served at the food pantry at the Franciscan Church of the Assumption, 812 N. Salina St. The idea is that families would be able to help work the land, growing vegetables and other produce. They plant, weed, water -- and then take home some of the harvest.
This mission evolved when members of the Syracuse Northside community started to volunteer at the farm. Refugees new to the country often find it hard to acquire fresh produce specific to their home countries. The Letcher family and organizers saw this as an opportunity to assist a community that would otherwise be overlooked.
Salt City Harvest Farm is proud to be running a community farm, incubator farm, apple orchard and vineyard. Community members and volunteers help out within all parts of this ecosystem which provides a wide range of agricultural skills specific to the Northeast United States.