In response to popular demand, Stellina will once again present their popular MUSHROOM DINNER on SUNDAY OCTOBER 22 at 5:30. 
Special guest for the evening will be JULIA COFFEY of MYCOTERRA FARM in Westhampton, Mass. MycoTerra is the primary grower and harvester for the specialty mushrooms that Stellina uses in our long-standing favorites such as Wild Mushroom Pasta and Mushroom Pizza. Julia will be present to discuss her work in mycology, and to answer questions regarding native fungi and mushroom farming in Massachusetts.

Thanks to Julia, as well as our friends at A. Russo and Sons in Watertown, we will take advantage of the best mushrooms available to us.The menu for the evening is designed to display the many flavors, colors, textures and nutritional benefits of the world of edible fungi.

In addition to other dishes, the multi-course menu will include the following:
HANDMADE PASTA WITH PORCINI MUSHROOMS
ROASTED HALIBUT WITH FOREST-GROWN SHIITAKES
MUSHROOM AND SPINACH WELLINGTON

 

The cost for the dinner is $38 per person. Reservations are required. We suggest that you make your reservations by phone to insure prompt confirmation. 

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ABOUT MYCOTERRA: Mycoterra Farm is located in the woodlands of Westhampton MA. Julia, Mycoterra Farm’s founder and owner, has been a mycology enthusiast for many years. With a passion for growing things and wanting to grow a business of her own, she decided a mushroom farm would be an excellent complement to the Pioneer Valley’s robust local agricultural economy. Buying Mycoterra mushrooms or signing up for our Mushroom Club Card keeps your dollar local and supports local farming and sustainability. Mycoterra mushrooms are handcrafted in small batches and picked fresh for delivery. We take pride in producing diverse varieties of quality gourmet mushrooms. We grow more than just mushrooms. We strive to leave the planet better than we found it. Using agricultural and forestry byproducts as our primary growing mediums, our natural methods of production accelerate decomposition, building soil and cycling nutrients – critical processes for healthy ecosystems. We use our exhausted substrates as soil amendments on our farm to help restore an old gravel bank, prevent erosion and to build organic matter in our annual and perennial garden beds.

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