About Able Farms Pop-Ups
Megan Denton, head farmer and chef at Able Farms, hosts pop-up's throughout the Pacific Northwest. Each meal pays homage to a specific ingredient or region by weaving it into every course of the menu. Every pop-up is a voyage into the culinary, agricultural, and historical worlds of the theme, from the past to the present, while highlighting quality farms, ranches, and purveyors from the local community. Every pop-up is hosted at unique locales with collaboration from some of the best badasses around.
Chef & Farmer
Florist & Farmer
Megan has over two decades of culinary experience in small farm-focused restaurants. She has owned and operated Able Farms, one of the local farms that is sourced from, since 2011. Megan has hosted many farm-to-table dinners, fundraisers, and pop-ups representing her farm while still sourcing additional product from other farms. Megan is passionate about Able Farms Pop Ups because it is a platform where collaboration, agriculture, cuisine, and history is celebrated.
Leah co-owns and operates Rockwood Urban Farm which is a highly productive, small-scale, community supported endeavor located in east Portland. Along with her partner Ryan, they grow vegetables and flowers using organic methods and cultivate their intentions for a well-fed and well-loved community. Leah provides inspired floral arrangements for each pop-up that reflects the 'themed' ingredient as well as provides fresh produce.
Amalia Roberts, of Petite Monde, is an importer who specializes in small scale, artisan French wines. Petite Monde's mission is building business on relationships one at a time. They are not intent on placing their wines everywhere, but rather choose to work specifically with retailers who appreciate their values.
Ewald Moseler, of Ewald Moseler Selections, is an importer and wholesaler of fine wines from Germany, Austria and Oregon.
Megan carefully tailors the wine to every Able Farms Pop Up meal, with each broker pulling from their bio-dynamic, sustainable, and progressive wines.
Mel & Teague Cullen
Mel and Teague own Winslow Food Forest, an 8 acre farm in Boring, OR with an emphasis on ecological restoration and biodiversity. They are solar-powered and certified organic by Oregon Tilth. As certified Permaculture Designers, they are growing a Food Forest right along with the annual veggies. They offer unique produce for Able Farms Pop Ups.