The third edition of the Field to Fork gourmet feast will take place on Saturday, July 28, 2018. Tickets, which are limited to 200, are on sale now. Presented by Experience Food, in partnership with TBB Catering and the Eastern Ontario Agri-Food Network (EOAN), the third edition of this unique culinary event promises to dazzle us again this year!
The dinner, which will be held in a location kept secret until the very last minute, will be hosted by a Prescott and Russell agri-food producer and will feature several products from Eastern Ontario. The cost of the tickets is $100 plus tax, per person and includes a cocktail composed of delicious hors d’oeuvres and a four-course meal with wine and beer pairings, all served in an enchanting setting. Talented local musicians will also be on site to make the evening even more festive.
A cash bar will be available on site.
To enjoy this experience without worries, round-trip transportation services are available for an additional $20.
Additional information and tickets are currently on sale at www.field2forkPR.ca.
A one-day experience
With the success of last year’s dinner, the organizers promise to offer even more this year. “We want to create an experience that awakens all senses. We especially want to be sure that people are made aware of the abundance of products available here in Eastern Ontario. Last year, we had the chance to hold the supper in an orchard, under a canopy of lights built by Julien Savage Electric. The atmosphere was relaxed and magical and we promise that this year’s edition will be just as pleasant. It’s the unknown that makes this event unique in itself, “explained Mathieu Samson-Savage, owner of the Experience Food Tours.
Encounters and inspiring discoveries
A wide variety of foods are produced right here in our beautiful rural region. This culinary event introduces local products in an original way and creates a link between producers and consumers, benefiting the entire local agri-food industry.
To become a sponsor or get involved in the event, contact Mathieu today at (613) 897-2136 or by email at [email protected]
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