The Old 1862 Ranch will be celebrating autumn’s arrival by hosting two Farm-to-Table dinner events to deliciously welcome the fall harvest in the northern Nevada area. Hosted by the Ranch’s owners, Jim and Jan Loverin with food prepared by Chef April Woodward, the dinner will feature produce grown on the property and on neighboring ranches and farms. Guests will learn about living in a rural agriculturally-based environment while enjoying a freshly prepared meal in the intimate, beautiful ranch-style setting.
The Old 1862 Ranch will offer two opportunities to enjoy the Farm-to-Table dining experience, Saturday September 8, at 5 PM and Saturday September 15, at 5 PM. The cost is $150 per couple, or $75 for an individual ticket. Seating is limited to 50 people each evening. Dress is casual, and guests are asked to please wear enclosed shoes and bring a jacket. To purchase your tickets, or view the evenings’ menu, please visit www.theold1862ranch.com, or email Jan Loverin directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chef April Woodward is a personal chef and food writer for Examiner.com. She attended the Cook Street School of Fine Cooking where she studied in both Italy and France. Woodward also served her culinary internship at the Bolongo Bay Beach Resort, St Thomas U.S. Virgin Islands.
“Back by popular demand, this will be our second year hosting the Farm-to-Table event and we are so happy to showcase how delicious local food can be,” said The Old 1862 Ranch owner Jan Loverin. “The dinner makes for an enjoyable and relaxing evening to enjoy specialty food without having to travel too far.”
Located behind Bordertown on north US 395, The Old 1892 Ranch was settled nearly 160 years ago, making it one of the oldest ranches in the Reno area. The house was built in 1930, restored by its current owners, Jim and Jan Loverin in the 1980’s and has two well-preserved 19th century buildings: The Creamery, where cheese and butter were made and sold to local Reno restaurants in the early 20th century, and the Grainery, which served as a storage building for the seed. The “old-time” grounds also have extensive flower and vegetable gardens throughout the property.
The Loverins are great friends of mine, and I’ve had the pleasure of attending several parties at their ranch over the years. These Farm-to-Table events will be an incredible experience for you and your family/friends. Make your reservations today!