Dinner in Vermont
Save the Date for our 20th Annual Forum - August 7, 2016, at the Beautiful and Historic Coach Barn on Shelburne Farms
For one special evening in August, farmers and chefs from all across Vermont come together to prepare a sensational meal for you and fellow food enthusiasts. It is a fundraiser for the Vermont Fresh Network - all proceeds go to continuing programming that helps bring more Vermont grown and raised food to the table.
5:00 - Doors Open
5:00 till 5:30 - Toast to 20 Years - Sharing Our Story - Members of VFN's past and present share their reflections about what the Network has meant to them.
5:30 till 6:30 - Vermont Artisanal Products Tasting
- Taste some of the most innovative and delicious new culinary treasures coming out of Vermont food artisans.
- Celebrate the dedication of Vermont’s new wave of winemakers and distillers as they share tastes of their varied creations.
- Discuss the merits of curd with cheesemakers.
- Sample heirloom varieties of fruits and vegetables from local farms.
6:00 till 8:00 - Chef and Farmer Grazing Dinner - enjoy the bounty of local products grown and raised by Vermont’s farmers and grilled, braised, sautéed and baked into delectable offerings by over 24 of the state’s finest chefs - it is a dinner like no other.
7:30 till 8:00 - Ice Cream Social with Amy, Earl and the crew from Strafford Organic Creamery
Useful Notes about the Event:
- There will be a Cash Bar, but alcohol samplings are free. Please bring a photo ID, you will be carded in order to sample alcohol.
- *NEW* We have a number of fantastic offerings for a silent auction fundraiser at the event this year - come prepared to participate!
- There is no ATM on the property.
- Weather permitting; parking will be on the field in front of the Coach Barn.
- No dogs are allowed on Shelburne Farms property.
Announcing the 2016 Participants
Bar Antidote – Vergennes
Basin Harbor Club – Vergennes
Bistro de Margot - Burlington
Bleu Northeast Seafood- Burlington
Daily Planet – Burlington
El Cortijo – Burlington
Farmhouse Tap & Grill – Burlington
Guild Tavern – Burlington
Hen of the Wood – Waterbury/Burlington
Idletyme Brewing Company – Stowe
Inn at Round Barn Farm - Waitsfield
Inn at Shelburne Farms – Shelburne
Juniper Bar and Restaurant – Burlington
Leunig's Bistro – Burlington
Michael's on the Hill – Waterbury Center
Misery Loves Co. – Winooski
New England Culinary Institute – Montpelier
Pascolo Ristorante – Burlington
Red Hen Baking Company - Middlesex
Sodexo - Vermont First
Sugarsnap - Williston
Taverna Khione – Shelburne
The Pitcher Inn – Warren
Trapp Family Lodge – Stowe
UVM Medical Center - Burlington
Food and Drink Artisans
Antidote Brewery - Vergennes
Artesano LLC - Groton
Cabot Creamery - Cabot
Caledonia Spirits – Hardwick
Champlain Orchards - Shoreham
Citizen Cider – Burlington
Eden Ice Cider - Newport
Full Sun Company - Middlebury
Hollandeer Farm - Holland
Idletyme Brewing Company – Stowe
Joe's Kitchen at Screamin' Ridge Farm – Montpelier
Kimball Brook Farm – Hinesburg
Lincoln Peak Vineyard – New Haven
Mad River Distillers – Burlington/Waitsfield/Warren
O Bread Bakery – Shelburne
Shacksbury - Shoreham
Shelburne Farms Cheese - Shelburne
Shelburne Vineyard – Shelburne
Slow Food Vermont
Strafford Organic Creamery - Strafford
The Cellars at Jasper Hill - Greensboro
The Vermont Switchel Company – Cabot
Vermont Cheese Council
Vermont Creamery – Randolph
Vermont Beekeepers Association
Vermont Farm to Table Book
Vermont Smoke & Cure - Hinesburg
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