Our team will set up at Village Square Cafe (Cross Keys) for an end of season harvest dinner, with a menu prepared Korean Tradition. Service will begin at 5 p.m. and wrap up at 10 p.m. with the evening’s offering enhanced by beer and wine. This is a new and exciting wrinkle for us. With the recent frost, we’re reflecting on the year’s yield and the dishes it made possible. We saw abundance of tomatoes and eggplant, but hoped for more beans and spicy peppers to experiment with. We made use of what was available and will wait patiently for what spring brings us. Despite the cold, we still have access to flavorful winter crops from local growers yet. Vegetables we want to share.