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October Farm + Chef Takeaway Dinner Series

Farm + Chef Takeaway is a dining concept that introduces Central Illinois to fresh flavors through delicious meals prepared by Chef Denise Perry of Copper Pot Cooking Studio using local meats & eggs from Willow City Farm, & fresh, seasonal produce from local farms with 10% of proceeds going to a local charity. 


Saturday, October 21st from 4pm - 6pm

This October, we're happy to offer a French theme and partner with Demand Universal Healthcare (DUH) as our charity this month. 


Each dinner will feed four adults and consists of:

• French Cassoulet

(what is a cassoulet?)

with dirt-raised pork & grass fed lamb


Ratatouille (Vegetarian)


• French Baguette w/ Herbed Butter

French Apple Custard Cake

Order & Pick-up Details

Dinners are available for pre-order for $30 per 4-serving meal.

 Reheat instructions will be included with the meal in case you need so save it for a later date!



takeaway - noun


1.  A restaurant or shop selling cooked food to be eaten elsewhere.  ‘a fast-food takeaway’

2.  A key fact, point, or idea to be remembered, typically one emerging from a discussion or meeting.

  Pick up @ The Farmstand by Willow City Farm

 Meals are available for pick up @

The Farmstand - 731 South Durkin Drive Suite D, Springfield, IL 62704

(In the same building as The Trading Post near Strike & Spare West.

Note it is NOT in the same building as Soccer World.  It's a few doors to the south.)


Saturday, October 21st from 4pm - 6pm

The charity

This month we will be donating 10% of our sales to Demand Universal Healthcare (DUH)

It is the mission of DUH to advance the cause of establishing a truly universal, comprehensive, and equitable single-payer healthcare system in the United States. This mission is carried out by:

  • Informing the general public of the facts about such a system

  • Providing social media platforms on which to engage people in discussion, debate, and investigation of healthcare and other related social justice issues

  • Encouraging vigorous participation in the political process, including non-violent protest

  • Working to elect progressive legislators who support H.R. 676 and/or other single-payer legislation

  • Forming alliances and partnerships with other single-payer and social justice groups and individuals to support each other in our effort

  • Ending the national embarrassment of being the only major country that doesn't provide healthcare to its people as a right

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