We would like to make you aware of some events and activities that we hope you will support.
The Wyck House Food Festival and Symposium, Friday, June 24th, 4pm to 7pm, Free Community Festival to include Food Tastings, Slow Food Cooking Demo's, Music, Children's activities. Saturday from 9 am to 3:30 they will host an all day Symposium Program Cultivating our Food Roots. Guest speakers include William Woys Weaver, Michael Twitty, Ben Watson, and others and lunch will be catered by Geechee Girl Rice Café. For tickets to the Symposium and more information you can visit their website at www.wyck.org or call 215-848-1690.
Les Dames d'Escoffier, a philanthropic society of professional women leaders in the fields of food, fine beverage and hospitality, is holding a unique one day educational event highlighting local food, wine and hospitality in the Delaware Valley region open to everyone who loves food and wine and wants to learn more from the experts. The event will be held at the Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College, 4207 Walnut St, Philadelphia, 19104, Registration $85, includes breakfast, lunch, all sessions, and an afternoon reception, on Saturday, June 11, 2011 from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. The event will feature workshops, panel discussions, demonstrations, hands-on classes, food and wine tastings, breakfast, a marketplace lunch, and a spirited afternoon reception. A keynote talk by Judy Wicks, international leader and speaker in the local living economies movement, a lunch talk by Irena Chalmers, award-winning publisher, restaurant consultant and mentor, a talk and tasting by William Woys Weaver, author of Culinary Emphemera, and a cooking class by renowned chef/restaurateur Susanna Foo.
Please contact - Aliza Green email@example.com, 215-635-0651.
Farm Dinner being held at Highview Farm, the owner Linda Geren attended Terra Madre this past year, is on Sunday, June 5th, noon to 4 pm, teaming up with Harvest Local Foods to serve the best of local foods and present, "Dinner on the Farm." Attendees will enjoy a festive day of delicious food and the opportunity to experience a working family farm. A buffet style dinner will center on High View Farm's sustainable pork-slow roasted with a trio of homemade sauce-and a lamb and white bean cassoulet, Sides will include fresh vegetable salads, and featured drinks will be Yards Brewery beer and fresh-squeezed mint lemonade and dessert will be strawberry shortcake. Tickets are $35. Farm Dinner Ticket w/ 2 Beer Tickets: $45. Child's Dinner Ticket: $15 (for children 5-10yrs old). Children under 5: Free.
Purchase tickets at http://conta.cc/lH9z5N or call Harvest Local Foods at 484-461-7884 registration closes June 1st.
Highview Farm is located 166 Monmouth Road, North Hanover (Wrightstown), NJ 08562.