Last night marked the second installation of Sprout Urban Farm’s new Farm to Belly dinner series in Battle Creek. The meal, which benefits Sprout’s burgeoning education program, featured Asian tapas from (the best new local food vendor) Umami Ramen. On top of the diverse and tasty food selection, Territorial Brewing provided some of their beers, including their new Dezemberfest that will be accompanied by its own party at the brewery next week. Great Scott Ice Cream also provided a cranberry sorbet to cleanse our palates during our meal and some ice cream to close out the night.
The event was a huge success on all levels. It sold out, again. It provided Battle Creek with a foodie event that could rival any big city. The crowd was treated to some standards and popular covers from a newly formed (that night) quartet. And it provided my taste buds with an excess of good flavors. Make sure to like Sprout on Facebook so you’re in the know for their next installation.
For now, check out some of my photos from the night below:
The chef herself
These chicken wings were (insert fire emoji)
Kimchi with a kick.
Jeremy Andrews, CEO of Sprout Urban Farms clues us in on one of the many food courses.
Thanks to Territorial Brewing!
Jeremy enjoying those Udon noodles. Not pictured: Me doing the same.
Words and Photos by: Justin Andert