Join us for a special evening series of Community Dinners, in partnership with Equator Coffee and their incredible new Catering/Culinary Department.
The Hivery and Equator are both built on the gift of connection, and we are honored to gather together to eat, sip, and share the experience of life together. The evening community dinner series will be structured as a delicious dinner with facilitated conversation and discussion, providing a unique opportunity to meet and connect more deeply with interesting people. By gathering together in celebration of community, great food and wine, and conversation, we open ourselves further to the connection of each other as well as deeper inspiration and our own potential.
JUNE COMMUNITY TABLE DINNER:
Featuring John Ash and his new book “Cooking Wild”
John Ash, local chef and hero/expert in sustainable food's new book, Cooking Wild, is being released by Running Press in late May 2016. John makes the point that you don’t need to crawl through the forest or hunt your own game to cook wild. More and more of these foods are found at Farmers Markets and even in some supermarkets. Come join John for a fun class that takes a big view of “eating close to nature”.
Sunday, June 12th-John Ash. 5:30 reception, dinner begins at 6:15.
$95 per person includes not-yet released book, book signing, conversations with John Ash, community, and samplings of food and wine from the book, presented by Equator.
Chef John Ash is a James Beard award-winning author, teacher, and restaurateur. He co-hosts a weekly food and wine radio talk show, The Good Food Hour, broadcast in Sonoma County, and teaches cooking classes at various cooking schools, including the Culinary Institute of America in St. Helena, California. His most recent book, Culinary Birds, won a James Beard Award for Best Single Subject Cookbook. He lives in Santa Rosa, California.