This week, the film is “In Organic We Trust,” which raises the issue of organic food labeling and asks the question, "Is organic really better for us or just a marketing scam?" Ask any small farmer and you’re likely to get an earful. It's a subject dear to Stamps and the local farmers who supply her business.
On the menu Wednesday night (sourced from the aforementioned farmers) is turkey hash with egg noodles (stewed pumpkin and cabbage is the vegetarian option), a salad of butter lettuce with radishes and pickled beets and carrots, cinnamon apples and sweet potato pie. Dinner and a movie costs $10 for adults and $5 for children. Dinner starts at 5 p.m. and the movie starts at 6. Make reservations by calling 615-321-8500. Upcoming films/lectures include It’s A Charlie Brown Christmas on Wednesday, Dec. 5, Jim Embry on Dec. 12, and a bit of relief from all the consumerism with “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” on Dec. 19. Sign up for the newsletter to get information about each week’s menu.
And don’t forget that Martha Stamps Catering also offers takeout lunches/dinners for sale every weekday from the WEUMC kitchen as well. Check the takeout calendar for the menu and to place your order. Delivery is also available with a minimum order.
A Place at the Table
5 p.m. Wednesdays
$10-$12 for adults; $5-$6 for children
West End United Methodist Church
2200 West End Ave.