Taylor Mason, chef and general manager of Heirloom Restaurant Group's Pizzeria 712, will be hosting a farm dinner at La Nay Ferme at 7 p.m. on Friday, July 13. La Nay Ferme is a community supported agriculture farm, located at 4800 N. East Lawn Drive in Provo. The cost is $40 per person. Here's a link to buy tickets: http://lanayferme.com/purchase/dinners/pizzeria712/
Heirloom Restaurant Group owns Pizzeria 712, Communal and Mountain West Burrito, all located in Utah County. The company is dedicated to using local ingredients.
Members of a CSA (community supported agriculture) farm receive local, seasonal, natural produce on a subscription basis.
In the spring, 35 volunteers from Communal, Pizzeria, and Mountain West Burrito descended on La Nay Ferme to plant micro greens, onions, radishes, and more. Heirloom restaurants have been using La Nay Ferme produce for a while now, and Taylor is returning to the home soil to cook up a special meal for a limited number of guests with the literal fruits of his personal labor.
Taylor is a native of Heber, Utah, and he has worked his way up from dishwasher to chef at Pizzeria 712 in just three short years, according to Casey Bulkley of the Heirloom Restaurant Group..
Tickets are available through La Nay’s site at www.lanayferme.com. Seating is limited and tickets are $40 each.