On Saturday, November 18 from 5-9 p.m., treat your taste buds to the flavors of Southwest Washington prepared by our regions’ top chefs. Change the food system with your pocketbook and support Slow Food Southwest Washington by securing your seat at the Second Annual Taste Renaissance, held at Warehouse ’23. Read about last year’s event here.
The mission of Slow Food SW Washington is to inspire people to enjoy, grow, and share wholesome local food.
Our major goals:
1. Supply fresh fruit to the emergency food system
2. Raise the next generation of youth food activists
3. Expand the market share for local farmers through networking and marketing
Buy your ticket TODAY at www.tasterenaissance.org.
This multi-course feast will be held at Warehouse 23, located at 100 Columbia St., Ste. 102, Vancouver, and include top producers and chefs from Klickitat to Pacific County. Southwest Washington's most exciting ingredients will be highlighted including cranberries, cave aged cheeses, chestnuts, pastured meats, and micro milled heirloom polenta.
Introducing our 2017 Chef Collaborative:
Mychal Culver - Warehouse '23
Alan Maniscalco - Rally Pizza
Earl Frederick - Clark College Culinary Institute
Bonnie Brasure - Bleu Door Bakery
Brad Dodson - Pickled Fish
Raime Wakefield - Eaterations
Matt Hale - Skamania Lodge
Shan Wickham - Rally Pizza
Tammy Leibfarth - Simply Thyme
Featured speaker: One of Southwest Washington’s leading cheese makers, Willapa Hills Creamery
Volunteering more your style? We love our volunteer crews!! Find out more about the positions and shifts here: http://tinyurl.com/y9rg2mt6
Please consider donating to our Live and Silent auction! Your donation is tax deductible and your support is truly appreciated. You can find and share our form here.
Donations could include:
Whole or half C.S.A shares
Vacation items (such as a house rental or airfare)
Event tickets (cooking classes or concert tickets)
Kitchen appliances or farming tools
Experience prizes - such as celebrity events, chef dinners, wine and cheese tastings
New items (electronics, jewelry)
Cash donations (checks to Slow Food Southwest Washington)
For questions, contact Warren Neth at 360-771-1296 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
**Original press release supplied by Slow Foods SW WA