Personal Pot Pie Takeaway Dinner
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For $15, you get a personal pot pie takeaway dinner with your choice of pot pie, curried apple slaw, and your choice of apple crisp.
Pot pie choices (UPDATE: THE GLUTEN-FREE AND VEGAN OPTIONS HAVE SOLD OUT)
- Chicken Pot Pie with a Wheat Crust (contains meat, wheat, and dairy)
Gluten-Free Chicken Pot Pie with a Gluten-Free Crust (contains meat and dairy, no wheat) Vegan (Mushroom-Veggie) Pot Pie with a Vegan, Gluten-Free Crust (no meat, no dairy, no wheat)
Apple crisp choices:
- Traditional (contains wheat and dairy)
- Gluten-Free (contains dairy, no wheat)
- Vegan and Gluten-Free (no wheat, no dairy)
Preorder below by February 28th.
Pickup is Saturday, March 5th from 4 – 6 pm at First Universalist Church of Yarmouth, 97 Main Street, Yarmouth, ME. Please select your pickup time on the order form linked below.
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This is an event for justice with 100% of proceeds gifted to Brunswick-Topsham Land Trust for the New Mainer Garden Project.
The New Mainer Garden Project
The Brunswick Topsham Land Trust (BTLT) began a modest New Mainer Garden Project last year. There were clear successes, but also challenges. The New Mainer community in Brunswick has a strong interest in expanding the garden on BTLT land, engaging with the Wabanaki Garden leaders for garden mentoring on the realities of gardening in Maine, and extending the growing season by installing a small high tunnel with two large raised beds. This community garden is for the benefit of the New Mainers at the Landing in Brunswick, but it is hoped that ultimately enough produce may be grown to be able to establish a farmers market booth.
This project demonstrates how a Land Trust can serve the land while also serving the needs of people who come with passionate respect for the gifts of sustenance that the land provides in return.
100% of the proceeds from this event for justice will go to support this New Mainer Garden Project.