We had the opportunity to attend the Farm and Forage Dinner from Lost Creek Farm (Chef Mike Costello and Amy Dawson) back in August. With their upcoming Fall Dinner fast approaching, we thought we’d better get a post up! Central Collective says of Lost Creek Farm:
Back in 2013, Mike Costello and Amy Dawson began restoring a historic family farm as the first step towards a longtime goal of producing foods inspired by time-honored cooking, preserving, and harvesting traditions. While their work to bring back the farmstead is far from finished, they have found their home at Lost Creek Farm.
In addition to sharing meals across Appalachia, Mike and Amy are making Lost Creek Farm operational for the first time in decades. This year the farm will see production of heirloom vegetables, maple syrup, honey, rabbits, heritage poultry, and historic varieties of mountain apples.
The Lost Creek Farm kitchen hit the road in 2015, showcasing farm-to-table, small plate dinners. In the coming months, Mike and Amy plan to launch Till and Forage, the mobile kitchen of Lost Creek Farm.”
Mike and Amy used fresh ingredients, mostly sourced from their 160 acre farm in West Virginia, to prepare a delightful 6-course experience. We always enjoy the setting of the Central Collective and encourage you to check out next week’s fall-inspired dinner. Here’s a look back!