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Don't Miss East End Table - Last Organic Outpost

Don't Miss East End Table - Last Organic Outpost

To purchase tickets, visit http://bit.ly/eetorganic.

East End Table [EET] is a community experience that blends culture and cuisine. EET hosts pop-up dinners in unusual East End settings showcasing some of the area’s best creative talent and some of Houston’s most notable chefs.

EET – Last Organic Outpost, scheduled for Saturday, December 12 from 2-5PM, is the ultimate farm-to-table pig roast offering an al fresco dining experience with live local music by East End musician and singer Myrna Garibay at Last Organic Outpost, one of the city’s premiere urban farms. Guests will get a tour of the farm led by Farmer Joe Icet and a phenomenal meal of seasonal farm produce and locally-sourced pork prepared by Chef Richard Kaplan of Weights+Measures and Chef Gina Lopez of Black Hill Meats, both of whom recently took home awards from Houston’s “Go Pig or Go Home” cooking competition. Kaplan and Lopez will be joined by Chef Ara Malakian, former Executive Chef for Wolfgang Puck and owner of Aracan Roaming Kitchen and Harlem Rd. Texas BBQ.

A limited number of VIP tickets are available for this event. In addition to dinner, VIP ticket buyers will go home with an East End Market bag containing products by some of the East End Market’s premiere vendors.

Proceeds from EET go directly to support cultural projects in the East End Cultural District. Join us for an unforgettable evening with great food and good friends in Houston’s newest cultural district in the heart of the city’s most dynamic community.

To purchase tickets, visit http://bit.ly/eetorganic.

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Forty-five students from Furr High School and volunteers braved the chilly weather and began installing a native plant garden at the intersection of Lockwood and Harrisburg in the East End on Wednesday, November 12. Previously covered in concrete and turf grass, the 200' by 30' space will be planted with native trees and plants that…

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