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Meatless Monday October 24th at Judkins Cafe, Seattle


Hello Friends….we are teaming up with the Judkins Street Cafe, which is located really close to our plant in Seattle.  We’d love you to join us.  There will be an event posted on our Facebook page if you’d like to make reservations.  Hope to see  you there – David.

Below is the press release and menu for the event.

Presidents Wilson, Truman and Roosevelt galvanized the nation with voluntary meatless days during both world wars. The idea of meatless days has recently been revitalized across the country in the Meatless Monday Movement and has been embraced by such luminaries as President Clinton, Oprah Winfrey and Ellen Degeneres and supported by organizations such as The Humane Society. By cutting out meat once a week, we can improve our health, reduce our carbon footprint and save precious resources.

In honor of this worthy effort, Field Roast is sponsoring an evening that celebrates a delicious plant based menu that carnivores and vegetarians will find both satisfying and delightful.  The menu has been created by the folks at Field Roast in conjunction with Judkins Street Café and will contain both Field Roast vegetarian meats and Judkins Street Café regular menu items.

Menu for Meatless Monday, October 24th
Roasted Anjou Pear Chanterelle Soup
Wilted Seasonal Green Salad with Smoked Apple Sage Sausage and Roasted Butternut Squash
Shepherd’s Pie with White Beans, Field Roast Meatloaf and Italian Sausage topped with Mashed Russet Potatoes
Fresh Beet Salad with Maple Tarragon Dressing
Kombucha Raspberry Pomegranate Float

Event Details
When: Monday October 24th, 2011 at 6:30pm
Where:  Judkins Street Café, 2608 South Judkins Street, Seattle, 98144 (On Judkins at MLK Way)
Cost: $17 per person, includes full, three course meal. Local beer, wine and kombucha will be available separately.
Reservations Required: Call Judkin’s Street Café at 206.322.1091 or email

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