NJ Chefs Cook Together For “Got Cow?” To Benefit Young Adults With Autism at Oasic TLC Farms

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“Got Cow?” a culinary event to benefit Oasis TLC farms, where autistic adults (college-age; folks in their late teens/early 20s for the most part) live, work and study, happens on Saturday, September 16, 2017, in two parts, presented by The Garden State Culinary Arts Foundation (GSCAF). The event will raise funds to purchase miniature Jersey cows (smaller and easier to handle) for residents to milk and create butter, cheeses and other products.

Got Cow? will feature chefs from The Frog and the Peach (New Brunswick); Watermark (Asbury Park); Bobolink Dairy and Bakehouse (Milford); and Razza Pizza Artigianale (Jersey City).

You can attend one or both events on September 16. From 1 to 3:30 p.m., an afternoon open house at at Oasis Farm (89 Sleepy Hollow Road, Middletown) will include pizzas made fresh, snacks, farm tours, demonstrations, and arts and crafts. Cost: $25 for adults, $12.50 for those 12 to 18, and free for children younger than 12. The evening gala takes place at 911 Navesink River Road in Middletown at 6 p.m. and includes a wine seminar, cocktail hour, live music, and a multi-course farm dinner. Cost: $200 per person or $350 per couple. All proceeds go to Oasis Farms.

To purchase tickets, email Laurie Medoro at [email protected] and indicate the event you wish to attend, number of tickets and contact phone number.

Reservations for the Evening Gala must be made no later than Monday , September 11, 2017. For more information about Oasis Farms, visit www.oasistlc.org.

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