MONTHLY DINNERS

03/04/20

Climate-Friendly Plant-Based Dinners

6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

First Presbyterian Church 1140 Cowper Street Palo Alto

Event Details

03/04/20

Climate-Friendly Plant-Based Dinners

 Join Grounded in Community for a delicious gluten-free plant-based dinner at the First Presbyterian Church in Palo Alto on Wednesday,  March 4th, in the Fellowship Hall.  Dinner will be followed by a presentation on regenerative farming. 

by Nate Salpeter, co-founder of Sweet Farm


Time: 6:30-8:30 (doors open at  6:20).


Dinner menu:


Chana Masala (chickpea mild curry), Aloo Gobi (Cauliflower & potato), Indian vegetable pilaf, and  Indian-Style cucumber salad with romaine lettuce.  Served with home-made gluten-free Indian bread, 


Dessert: Mango pudding


All vegan & gluten-free


Cost: $15.00 

Book a reservation below and please make a separate reservation for each guest.  Pay at the door (cash or check payable to:  Peninsula  Macrobiotic Community).  Email maureen@groundedincommunity.com to place take-out orders.



Location: Fellowship Hall, First Presbyterian Church.1140 Cowper Street, Palo Alto. Please park in the lot behind the church. Entrances are from Lincoln, Cowper and Kingsley.


7:30/7:45 : Special presentation on regenerative agriculture by Nate Salpeter, co-founder of Sweet Farm .



Dinners are co-sponsored by First Presbyterian Church’s Cool Planet and Social Justice Committee, Cool Block , 350SV,  Acterra, Veggielution , Green Mondays and Sweet Farm.


6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

First Presbyterian Church 1140 Cowper Street Palo Alto

About Our Community Dinners

Peninsula Macrobiotic Community

For thirty years, our predecessor, the Peninsula Macrobiotic Community, served over 10,000  plant-based meals to a our local community on the Peninsula, helping to reduce the Bay Area's carbon footprint.

Healthy, Delicious Meals

Our talented and dedicated chefs prepare delicious, healthy, affordable and sustainable dinners.  Menus include culinary traditions from all over the world, reflecting the diversity of our community. 

Community

Our community dinners have attracted 1000's of people over the years who are not only seeking a delectable meal, but the chance to share a meal with old friends and new ones, in a fun and supportive environment.