A Farm To Plate Dinner
Join us for “Bountiful Bodhe” at Sukhava Bodhe—a joyful, farm-to-plate meal. Your taste buds will awaken with the mindful mastery of each dish as Mallin creatively serves fresh, quality, locally sourced ingredients in a stunning, palatable presentation. Tickets include the meal and an evening concert.
Relation Transformation Dinner
This dinner highlights relationships between plant families, and the cultural history between plants and humans in transforming wild plants into sustenance. We are intricately interconnected to everything we eat and each other.
Sunflower Power and Chicago Liliaceae
Sunflower seed buttermilk bread, homemade calendula butter
Grilled lettuces, radicchio, and artichokes, tarragon vinaigrette
Pickled onions and charred garlic ricotta
Carrot Umbrellas and Goosefoot Amaranth
Pink celery, cosmos carrot, bronze fennel, parsley, with spicy dill cumin yogurt
Red Quinoa, marinated beets, epazote, spinach, feta, red amaranth
Memory Mint, Grasses, and Leggy Legumes
Millet polenta, fava, rattlesnake beans & blossoms, pea shoots, oregano pesto
Oat cakes with tulsi lavender cream
Melon, Gourd & Morning Glory
Cucumber borage spritzer
Watermelon sorbet, sweet potato sablé, pickled melon
$95 per person. Purchase tickets below.
Bountiful Bodhe registrants are welcome to attend performances and spend the night on Sunday. To take classes and attend other Sukhava Bodhe events, a Sukhava Bodhe ticket may be purchased below.
About Chef Sarah Mallin
Sarah Jane Mallin is the owner of Pyrite Sun, a business dedicated to rooting health in a deeper connection to food, nature, and community. She is a chef, organic farmer, teacher, and yogini—all practices devoted to connecting how we breathe, eat, and grow. She has created a certified organic Physic Garden of medicinal and culinary herbs and flowers at The Pie Patch in Chicago (thepiepatchfarm.com) which will be highlighted ingredients in this farm-to-table dinner. Sarah fell in love with connections between the garden, the kitchen, and shared meals while spending time on her grandparents’ 1000-acre farm. This taught her to respect the soil and value the work and care involved in growing and preparing food. Sarah continues to cultivate those skills, and uses the best local and organic ingredients combined with love and inspiration to create food that nourishes the mind, body, and spirit. As a graduate of Moksha Yoga Center’s first teacher training program in 1989, Sarah incorporates yoga and mindfulness with, nutrition, cooking, and healing through her biodynamic business Pyrite Sun. Learn more about Sarah at pyritesun.com and follow her on Instagram @pyritesun.