Photos: Denver Chefs Pitch In for Educational Farm Fundraiser Dinner

Guests gathered at Acres Farm at Warren Tech High School to enjoy a dinner made with produce grown all around them.EXPAND
Guests gathered at Acres Farm at Warren Tech High School to enjoy a dinner made with produce grown all around them.
Mark Antonation

The Squeaky Bean Farm + Table presented its final farm dinner of the season at Acres, an educational farm at Warren Tech High School in Lakewood, on Sunday, September 18. The dinner was a fundraiser to benefit the school and farm, which teaches students about cooking, organic farming and soil-building, and also sells produce to several restaurants and at the Union Station Farmers' Market. Chefs from Honor Society, the Squeaky Bean, Harman's, Cart-Driver, Bistro Vendôme, Bar Dough and Warren Tech's culinary program presented a seven-course dinner overflowing with farm-fresh produce. 

Courses included corn miso soup from Honor Society's chef Josh Chesterson; salmon crudo from chef John Little of Harman's; bean soup with sweet-pepper sambal from Andrew Vanstee and Eric Cimino of Cart-Driver; rabbit confit from Adam Branz of Bistro Vendôme; beef roulade with celeriac purée from Sebastian Hoentszch of the Squeaky Bean; duck breast with carrot and walnut from Blake Edmunds of Bar Dough; and a dessert from Warren Tech chef-instructors Joachim Schaaf and David Bochmann.

See our complete slideshows for more photos of the Acres Farm/Warren Tech fundraiser dinner.

Salmon crudo topped with heirloom cucumber varieties and other fresh veggies.EXPAND
Salmon crudo topped with heirloom cucumber varieties and other fresh veggies.
Mark Antonation
Bean soup with sweet-pepper sambal and pea shoots.EXPAND
Bean soup with sweet-pepper sambal and pea shoots.
Mark Antonation
Rabbit confit with tomato chutney and summer squash.EXPAND
Rabbit confit with tomato chutney and summer squash.
Mark Antonation
Something you don't see every day: a harp player on a farm.EXPAND
Something you don't see every day: a harp player on a farm.
Mark Antonation
Diners enjoyed a cool Colorado evening at Acres Farm.EXPAND
Diners enjoyed a cool Colorado evening at Acres Farm.
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