Farm-to-table, farm-to-fork, field to feast… these are all foodie lingo for the social movement to promote local and regional cuisine, created from local food sources that are in-season. This is a roll-off of the Slow Food Movement, which was started in Italy in 1989, which was a push to return to purchasing food from local growers who are producing healthier, chemical and pesticide-free foods.
September is the ideal time to fully celebrate the farm-to-table concept, as produce is readily available and at its prime. The Galena Territory Farmers’ Market and Eagle Ridge Resort & Spa are partnering to host a farm-to-table dinner prepared by resort chefs and featuring locally grown food produced by the vendors of the farmers’ market.
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