Dinner was ‘magical’ at Traders Point Creamery


By Sophie Pappas

Last month, Traders Point Creamery restaurant in Zionsville invited Irish chef, Darina Allen, to come and enjoy a “Harvest in the Heartland” meal using fresh produce from the farms of the Traders Point Historical District.

According to event planner at the creamery, Gail Alden, the night of Sept. 30 was “magical.”

“Thank you so much for the warm welcome to lovely Zionsville. It was such a joy for me to participate in the Harvest in the Heartland at Traders Point Creamery.The long table dinner in the midst of the farm and gardens with its candles and twinkling lights was a beautiful celebration of the food of the farm and gardens and local area and the vision of Fritz and Jane and their family,” Darina Allen stated in a message to Current. “Special thanks to the ace team behind the event and to all the guests who participated. A generous contribution will be made to the East Cork Slow Food Educational project which teaches children in nine local schools in Ireland how to grow and cook.”

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