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Producers Dinner Series continues with Walnut Creek

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It's not too late to get a seat at the table at The Tasting Room, 4322 N Western Ave., for tonight's Producers Dinner with Walnut Creek Farms.

The five-course dinner from chef Jonathan Groth begins at 6 p.m. Walnut Creek owner Kim Barker will be on hand to answer questions about the lamb he raises near Waynoka. Barker uses all-natural methods to raise beef, sheep and goats. They doesn't use fertilizer or pesticides on the grass or to kill bugs. Barker doesn't grain-feed his animals and rotates them on the 1,500 acres so they can diet on a variety of grasses and sustain the land.

Wines will be paired with the first four courses, and based on the first three Producers Dinner events this promises to be a spectacular dinner. Cost is $102. Groth and chef Shane Roel have been at the top of their games with theses special events and there's no reason to believe this should be anything less than culinary art. See you there. Call 604-3015 to make your reservation.

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