Celebrate the best of Lanark County’s summertime bounty at the Black Tartan Kitchen on Saturday, Aug. 3, 2019 from 5:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. and enjoy a delicious backyard barbecue and pig roast. Local food and fine cuisine combine for this delicious summertime event.Now in its third year, the Black Tartan Kitchen’s Summer Feast is all about good food, great beer, and good times. Taking place behind the restaurant in downtown Carleton Place, this event is co-sponsored by Stalwart Brewing Co., and is a fundraiser for the Lanark County Food Bank. Each year, Chef Ian Carswell pulls together products from local farms, including specialty cheese from Milkhouse Farm & Dairy, charcuterie, produce from McGahey Farms and other local farmers, and even flowers from the Floral Boutique to make this a one-of-a-kind community event. Live music and a large buffet-style meal dominate the intimate backyard setting behind the Black Tartan Kitchen. Of course, if local food is the highlight of the event, then the centrepiece would surely be the pig raised specifically for this event by nearby McGahey Farms! Raised on produce and scraps that come directly from the Black Tartan Kitchen, this pig is ready to roast by Aug. 3.A proponent of nose-to-tail cooking, Chef Ian Carswell makes sure that nothing goes to waste from the entire animal, and puts his culinary expertise to work making head cheese, bacon, charcuterie, sausages, and smoked pork, not to mention the barbecued portion, basted with Carswell’s very own barbecue sauce recipe.This party is the talk of the summer season! Tickets are $67 each, and can be purchased through Eventbrite or at the Black Tartan Kitchen or Stalwart Brewing Co.