Taste Real In The Field

There are few things better than enjoying an al fresco meal of carefully prepared local foods on a beautiful autumn day in the countryside. Enjoying the same meal and knowing you’re helping other people in your community get access to fresh, local produce is one of them.

The Taste Real Field Dinner does just that by bringing together the region’s best chefs and 200 special guests for an afternoon 3-course meal featuring live music, auctions and prizes, of which all of the proceeds go toward helping local agencies that are working on making food accessible to the people who need it most in Guelph and Wellington County.

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Last year‘s Field DinnerA�raised over $10,000 during the live auction alone andA�was hosted by well-known chef, restaurateur and Food Network star Lynn Crawford at the beautiful McCarron Farm in Puslinch. This year, Chef Lynn is back and ready to ‘pitch in’ to take the Field Dinner to new and delicious heights.

If your tastebuds are already tingling, be prepared to feast your eyes onA�Nassagaweya the Retreat,A�the picturesque and secluded site of the 4thA�annual Taste Real Field Dinner. The dinner is to be held September 22th from 1pm-5pm and is sure to be an afternoon of rural splendour and culinary delight. Help yourself to this experience by grabbing a ticketA�onlineA�or by visitingA�tastereal.caA�for more information about this harvest season event.

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About Taste Real

Taste Real is passionate about the way food is grown, prepared, presented and enjoyed, and strives toward getting more local food on people’s plates by providing opportunities to build lasting relationships between consumers and Guelph and Wellington County’s growers, producers and retailers.

Follow them on Twitter: @tastereal
Like them on Facebook:A�facebook.com/tastereal
Visit their website:A�tastereal.ca

About Calantha Elsby

Calantha is a woman of many talents � she�s studied audio engineering, majored in political science and minored in French. She completed a Master�s degree in political theory and then spent the following six months working in bakeries. She’s just a tad smitten with promoting agri-food, culinary tourism experiences, and rural, small-town living. A� And did we mention she bakes?

Follow her edible adventures at: piecurious.ca

 

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