Cured in Boulder Introduces the "PLT" Sandwich to Benefit Oxford Gardens and Bona Vida Growers
It has already been nearly a year since the floods swept across the Front Range of Colorado, inundating so many communities. The waters leveled and swamped houses and businesses, destroyed roads, and turned fields full of vegetables into rivers and lakes. Farmers were especially hard-hit and they, unfortunately, continue to struggle.
In remembrance of the events one year past, Cured, Boulder’s premiere cheese, charcuterie, wine and artisanal provisions market, is joining with local businesses to help raise awareness and money to benefit Oxford Gardens and BonaVida Growers.
Founded by Will and Coral Frischkorn in 2011, Cured quickly became one of the most celebrated cheese and charcuterie shops in the Rocky Mountain West. Just three years old, they have thrown several events, taught plenty of classes and workshops and put on numerous fundraisers.
Starting on Friday, Sept. 5 and running through the month of September, Cured is selling a special $10 sandwich called the PLT. All ingredients hail from Colorado companies including Tender Belly Ham in a house made Porchetta, Cure FarmEgg Aioli, Avalanche Cheese Company’s Cabra Blanca Cheese, BonaVida Growers’ Tomatoes and Oxford Gardens’ Summer Lettuce Mix – sounds delicious!
10 percent of the sale price of every sandwich purchased is returned to local farms Oxford Gardens and BonaVida Growers. These two farms were hit particularly hard by the floods and both were part of Cured’s Flooded With Wine Fundraiser in 2013.
1825 B. Pearl Street
Boulder, CO 80304
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