5:30pm Ohlone Harvest Dinner
November 17 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Join us for a very special local feast made with ingredients indigenous to Northern California, crafted by mak-‘amham , a company of two Ohlone (California First Nation) chefs.
mak-‘amham (mahk-am-haam) means our food in the Chochenyo Ohlone language. Chochenyo is the Native language to the Eastern shores of San Francisco Bay.
mak-‘amham will be serving a feast of locally gathered food and native teas. They will showcase and discuss the raw ingredients they gather in their community’s East Bay homeland.
Doors open at 5:30 pm
Meal and program begin at 6:00 pm
$40 for non-members
$35 for members
$30 for students.
Tickets available online:
Or call I-House Davis at (530) 753-5007.
Sample Menu (subject to change)
himmen • first
Dandelion greens soup
‘uṭṭin • second
Sokoote (bay laurel) crispy duck breast served with berries two ways — first sauce with wild stawberry + bay laurel, second sauce made with blackberry + yerba buena. Accompanied by local laurel-infused mushrooms, toasted pine nuts + popped amaranth.
kaphan • third
Acorn flour brownies with walnuts + sea salt. Sweet pinole seed cakes black + white chia seeds, popped amaranth seeds + covered in caramelized honey.
‘uwetton • drink