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Ecologists and chefs come together to guide guests on the journey from seed to plate. At this outdoor supper, chat about trees and recipes, wildflowers and wine, and conservation and cocktails over a delicious meal with like-minded diners and Wildflower Center experts. Enjoy a menu of seasonal delights with fresh, local ingredients prepared by Jesse Griffiths, head chef at Austin’s Dai Due.
For this spring soirée, we’ll dine near the wetland pond with a beautiful view of the meadow through the aqueduct arches (and if she graces us, in sight of our beloved great-horned owl resident, Athena).
This event has sold out.
$135 per person, members
$150 per person, non-members
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Jesse Griffiths is the owner and chef at Dai Due in Austin, TX, and author of “Afield: A Chef’s Guide to Preparing and Cooking Wild Game and Fish.” Read an interview with Chef Jesse from Wildflower magazine here.