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More than 25 local chefs and local farmers twill eam up to create a delicious and memorable event ... all in support of more healthy, just, and sustainable food systems. At least 10 notable San Antonio chefs will create small plates featuring ingredients from Texas’ farmers, ranchers, and food artisans.

The feast includes local brews, wine, and teas. The majority of producers whose foods will be highlighted are members of Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance, which along with its sister non-profit Council for Health Food Systems, are beneficiaries of this event. Among the chefs will be Jesse Kuykendall of Ocho at Hotel Havana and Milpa Restaurant, Elizabeth Johnson of Pharm Table, Anne Ng of Bakery Lorraine, and Michael Sohocki of Kimura.

Funds support Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance's work to advocate at the state and national level on behalf of small-scale farmers and ranchers and the Council's work to educate farmers, consumers, and legislators about growing and eating foods produced using sustainable methods.

More than 25 local chefs and local farmers twill eam up to create a delicious and memorable event ... all in support of more healthy, just, and sustainable food systems. At least 10 notable San Antonio chefs will create small plates featuring ingredients from Texas’ farmers, ranchers, and food artisans.

The feast includes local brews, wine, and teas. The majority of producers whose foods will be highlighted are members of Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance, which along with its sister non-profit Council for Health Food Systems, are beneficiaries of this event. Among the chefs will be Jesse Kuykendall of Ocho at Hotel Havana and Milpa Restaurant, Elizabeth Johnson of Pharm Table, Anne Ng of Bakery Lorraine, and Michael Sohocki of Kimura.

Funds support Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance's work to advocate at the state and national level on behalf of small-scale farmers and ranchers and the Council's work to educate farmers, consumers, and legislators about growing and eating foods produced using sustainable methods.

WHEN

WHERE

UTSA Southwest - Southwest School of Art
https://farmandranchfreedom.org/sa-chefs-for-local-farmers/

TICKET INFO

$150 and up.

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