GWRLT Farm-to-Chef Celebration, August 4

Tickets are now on sale for this delicious way to benefit land conservation while supporting local farms, foods and businesses — Great Works Regional Land Trust’s Farm-to-Chef Celebration with Chef Evan Hennessey!

A Farm-to-Chef Celebration to Benefit Great Works Regional Land Trust
Beach Plum Farm, Ogunquit, ME
Sunday, August 4, 2013
4 – 7 pm

Fancy an exchange with Chef Evan Hennessey of Flavor Concepts and Stages at One Washington while you sample farm-fresh canapés? Care to delight in several dishes created with locally-raised meat, produce and cheese, and desserts by local pastry chefs? Hope to meet local farmers, vintners and brewers? Please join us at seacoast Maine’s newest summer event, to benefit Great Works Regional Land Trust.

Tickets $75 each, all inclusive:

• one signature cocktail or nonalcoholic equivalent
• delicious tasting menu created by Chef Hennessey from local ingredients
• dessert tasting from area pastry chefs
• samplings of local beer and wine
• the chance to interact with Chef Hennessey and area farmers
• an opportunity to support GWRLT and conservation in a stunning setting
• the ability to show your support for local farms, foods and businesses

Purchase your tickets now (Only 85 tickets will be sold)

“Events such as this at Beach Plum Farm are a critical part to our understanding of food and how to cook it. As a chef who invites knowledge from agriculture and science into the kitchen; the more I know and can be in touch with, the better I can help bridge the gap between farmer and consumer. It is our civic duty to work with the farmers, ranchers, and fishermen around our community in order to preserve our history and ensure our future.” — Chef Evan Hennessey

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  1. Rick+Beth Johnson
    Posted June 9, 2014 at 8:11 am | Permalink

    Johnson Farm Inc. Rustlewood Farm. We will be donating milk , possibly eggs to the Farm-To-Chef dinner. We would like to attend as well and didn’t remember if you said that the tickets would be complimentary ? Thanks

    • Sara Zoe
      Posted June 9, 2014 at 7:52 pm | Permalink


      this is the blog of Seacoast Eat Local – you’ll want to contact Great Works Land Trust directly.

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