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That Time We Made Our Guests Harvest Their Dinner

We loved the concept of Road to Table so much—pairing one-of-a-kind, ingredient-driven dining experiences with our love for travel—we went back for seconds. This time around guests were invited to test-drive the Cadillac CT6 Plug-In from NYC to the Hamptons, our summer home away from home, to the all-female-run Amber Waves Farm, where they got to hand-harvest the ingredients for an end-of-summer feast. Curated by 3-Michelin-starred Chef Christopher Kostow of The Charter Oak, the (truly!) farm-to-table menu included grilled cucumbers with sea beans and dill, charred avocado, and so much more. Best of all, a portion of the proceeds supported FEED Supper, host Lauren Bush Lauren’s initiative to fight hunger in America.

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    Sisters Aspen, Aubrey, and Alexa.

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    Lettuce entertain you.

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    #basketcase.

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    Jasmin dress
    spotting.

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    Refreshments served here.

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    Our
    gracious
    host.

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    Every seat was
    the best seat in
    the house.

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    The sweetest
    veggie
    illustrations by
    Louisa Cannell.

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    The aforementioned
    charred avocados.

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    Big

    to Jody
    Martini for
    opening up her
    home (and killer backyard)
    to us.

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    EyeSwoon’s Athena Calderone with host
    Lauren Bush Lauren.

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    Doesn’t get any fresher than this.

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    Wildflowers picked from Amber Waves Farm.

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    Hunter boots.

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    Hey, chef.

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    Wine bar by
    local favorite,
    Wölffer Estate Vineyard.

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    Live soundtrack by Claire Khodara.

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  • That Time We Made Our Guests Harvest Their Dinner

    Guests Margaret Hefner and Tina Conner.


Special Thanks To:
Lauren Bush Lauren, Chef Christopher Kostow, Amber Waves Farm, Workshop,
Wölffer Estate Vineyards, Hunter Boots, Hat Attack, Womanswork, and
the amazing team from The Charter Oak
PHOTOS BY: Hannah Thomson

HOW TO HOST A FEED SUPPER OF YOUR OWN

1. Become a Host: Create your own FEED Supper fundraising page here, and set a meal goal for the evening.

2. Send out invites: Invite guests using FEED’s Paperless Post template. In lieu of bringing wine or dessert, ask them to donate at least 10 meals through your fundraising page.

3. Stock up on FEED swag: Set the tone for a meaningful dinner by purchasing a FEED Supper tool kit that includes placemats and conversation starters reminding your guests of why you came together to make a difference in the lives of those who are food insecure.

4. Make it your own: FEED Suppers come in all shapes and sizes: an intimate dinner for two; a come-all campus picnic; a potluck with your closest friends. Whatever type of Supper you’re hosting, make it yours with food and decorations you love.

5. Dinner time: Dig in and celebrate the number of meals your Supper provided to children and families around the world. Be sure to document your Supper throughout the evening and tag any posts on Instagram with #FEEDSupper.

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