Thanksgiving Meal at Black Cat
Forget the days of prepping and hours of cleanup that accompany holiday feasts. Instead, let chef Eric Skokan cook you and your family a traditional Thanksgiving meal (think turkey made with lemon and thyme and whipped potatoes). The best part: In the spirit of giving, there's no set cost; guests can pay whatever they feel the meal was worth. Any proceeds benefit Community Food Share, a food bank serving Boulder and Broomfield counties. Thu, seating starts at 2 p.m.
Photo: Kristen BoyerDate: Nov 24, 2011 2:00 pm
Cost: It's up to you.
Venue: Black Cat Farm-Table Bistro
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