Monday, June 18, 2012

I Scream, You Scream

This week at PRFM… 
We all scream for good food! Oh, and ice cream—naturally.

Slow Food Atlanta Ice Cream Social
June 23 from 12:30
2:00 p.m.
Garden of St. Philip’s Cathedral
Proceeds benefit the Atlanta Chapter of Slow Food International and your Peachtree Road Farmers Market.
Buy your tickets now to taste the best frozen treats from Atlanta’s renowned local chefs and ambitious amateurs participating in the Sixth Annual Slow Food Ice Cream Social fundraiser! The event features over 25 delicious homemade ice cream and sorbet flavors made from fresh ingredients, and is a sell-out every year. Participants include chefs from 5 & 10, Bocado, Davio's, Kyma, Livingston, Local Three, Market, Miller Union, Murphy's, No. 246, Red Queen Tarts, Rosebud, Sotto Sotto/Fritti, Southern Art, Spice Market, The Hungry Peach, The Spence, Watershed, plus our awesome amateurs! Tickets, which include a taste of each flavor and a ballot to vote on your fave, are $15 for adults, $5 for children ages six to 10, and free for children five and under. Tickets can be purchased online here.  

FREE SAMPLE: Check out our post about the fourth annual Ice Cream Social to enjoy the sounds of sweetness (as recorded by WABE).

Chef Demo with Ron Eyester
of Rosebud
10:00 a.m. on 6/23
Chef Demos are sponsored by
Whole Foods Market
Before you enjoy all that delicious, delicious ice cream, don’t forget to stop by the chef demo and lay down a layer of the savory stuff. Hint: it is also delicious, courtesy of Chef Ron Eyester. Last year, we loved Chef Ron’s unique take on what it means to eat local, and we know from experience that he makes preparing the season’s best a whole lot of fun. Ask him about cooking at the James Beard house recently or about his upcoming Allman Brothers-inspired “Eat a Peach” dinner. Or maybe ask about brunch for supper. Just don’t you worry—“The Angry Chef” is really one of the nicest guys you’ll meet.

Kids Learning Patch 
8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Sponsored by The Captain Planet Foundation
Stop by the Kids Learning Patch tent for a family-friendly demo & activity! This week, it’s “Bring on the Birds,” where kids will create their own pinecone bird feeders and learn how important birds are as pollinators and part of our ecosystem.

- Jennifer Maley

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