Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Demo, ice cream, and Sunday Supper! Oh, my!
This week at PRFM...
Don't miss the Chef Demo with Zeb Stevenson of PARISH at 10:00 a.m. For more on Chef Zeb, check out our previous posts about him and his love of all things local! (Photo Credit: Heidi Geldhauser, Our Labor of Love)
Slow Food ATL Ice Cream Social
June 7th from 12:15 to 2 p.m.
in the garden of St. Philip’s
Proceeds benefit the Atlanta Chapter of Slow Food International and the 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 Eighth Annual Slow Food Ice Cream Social fundraiser! The event features 30 delicious homemade ice cream and sorbet flavors made from fresh ingredients, and it’s a sell-out every year. Participants include chefs from Miller Union, St. Cecilia, Woodfire Grill, Empire State South, Five & Ten, Cakes & Ale, Local Three, 4th & Swift, Lusca, Seven Lamps, Pricci, Bantam + Biddy, Davio's, Livingston, Osteria Mattone, and more! Tickets, which include a taste of each flavor and a ballot to vote on your faves, are $15 for adults, $5 for children ages five to 10, and free for children under five. Purchase tickets online here. Don’t forget to please BYOS (bring your own spoon)!
PRFM Sunday Supper
June 22 at 5:30 pm
The Cathedral of St. Philip
Featuring food and drinks from Staplehouse, Restaurant Eugene, Kimball House, Miller Union, Grand Hyatt Buckhead, Avalon Catering, Eat Me Speak Me, Wrecking Bar, Venkmans, Lure, Red Brick Brewing Co., Storico Fresco, Little Tart Bakeshop, S&J Woodfire Pizza, Greendale Farm Cheese, Willamette Valley Vineyards, Eventide Brewing, and more! Plus, live music by Sailing to Denver and both a live and silent auction. Tickets are $70. Purchase tickets online here (create an account and choose the "make a payment" option) or at the market. This fundraiser pays for PRFM's Wholesome Wave program (supporting our local farmers, economy, and community by doubling the value of SNAP benefits (formerly food stamps) spent at local farmers markets) and PRFM’s city-of-Atlanta-required police officer (helping us fund this part of the market so we don’t have to pass on the additional cost to our vendors by raising their fees).
- Jennifer Maley