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TT Super Club Aug 28 Ann Arbor

Aug 28: TT Super Club:  To Benefit, Growing Hope

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There are only 8 seats for this one of a kind unique local food, intimate dinning experience. If you have never been to one, or you are a regular at Tammy’s dinners, you are in for a treat. These are great casual events that feature a 7-9 course meal that is better than anything you can get at a restaurant. These events are great for a couple, or a celebration event to reserve all eight seats. The last one was a very special birthday dinner. I cannot say enough about Tammy’s dinners. You get a great meal, and contribute to a great local food organization.

A minimum donation of $55 is requested per person. All proceeds beyond cost of food go directly to Growing Hope and will be tax-deductible. To reserve a space email tammy @ ttsupperclub@gmail.com

Check out the links below for pictures and samples of a TT Super Meal.

https://lastoneeating.wordpress.com/2010/07/21/tt-super-club-fundraiser-for-the-ann-arbor-sugar-beet-project/

https://lastoneeating.wordpress.com/2010/04/10/tt-super-club/

https://lastoneeating.wordpress.com/2009/08/31/selma-cafe-charity-dinner-by-tammys-tastings/

https://lastoneeating.wordpress.com/2009/08/09/tammys-tastings-dining-for-charity-in-ann-arbor/

TT Super Club: Fundraiser for The Ann Arbor Sugar Beet Project

Ann Arbor Food

I have attended several charity dinner parties host by Tammy Coxen of TT Super Club. I was always a guess for those events, but this time I had the honor of helping host the event to support my local food project The Ann Arbor Sugar Beet Project. The idea around the Sugar Beet Project is to bring back local home garden non-gmo/organic sugar beet growing, and home sugar beet sugar making. Growing beets, and making beet sugar was a tradition that most Michiganders used to do. Sugar was not alway the cheap, and easily available product it is today. I and several other gardeners and farmers are growing sugar beets with the hope to produce sugar from them. The further goal is to increase our production in order to provide a viable source of local, non-gmo (and even organic) Brand of Michigan Beet Sugar.

We raised $316 for the project. The money will go toward securing more non-gmo seed, and purchasing equipment for sugar making like a juicer extractor, a large stock pot, a seltzer bottle, milk of lime, and a large food grade container.

I also brought over two trays of sugar beet starts, which I am happy to say were all planted.

Here are the pics from the meal:

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Raspberry Gazpacho

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Salad of Haricot Verts w/chive oil, Tomato Tartare, Microgreens

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Fave Bean Agnoletti w/curry emulsion

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Rabbit Rillette, warm potatoes, w/shallot vinaigrette, and home pickled vegetable

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Bison Tenderloin, w beets, blueberries, and fennel

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fresh Mozzarella, Banon Capriole, Fiore Sardo, Blue d’Auvergne, w/pickled raisins, creamed raw honey, and sour cherry perserves

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Chocolate Layer Cake w/ganache frosting, edivle flowers w/brandied cherry vanilla ice cream

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Carbonated Cherries, date walnut cake with Rooibos-Orange Shortbread