HOT SAUCE CONTEST!
Announced on Twitter, my personal Facebook page, and here on ptbolocalfoods.ca
Any new Peterborough Farm to Table Culinary Tours Facebook “likes” between now and Friday at 5pm will be put into a draw to win one of 3 Farm to Table hot sauces: Habanero Death, Chipotle Hurt, or Cayenne Maim. 3 prizes in all.
These aren’t fancypants bottles of sauce, but rather home canned and made from peppers and other ingredients grown in the Farm to Table gardens.
Trust me when I say that they are much sought after culinary fireballs. Hand-crafted, they range from pretty darned hot to “wow, where did my eyebrows go.”
Sorry existing “likes,” but look for a contest for you early in the new year (including a chance to win tickets for the weekly summer culinary tours).
Hello, and welcome to the new online home of Farm to Table Peterborough and the Farm to Table Downtown Culinary Tours.
As Farm to Table has grown and morphed over the past few years, the purpose of the website has also changed. Farm to Table isn’t serving as much food as they once did — though Donald will still entertain the odd request for small-scale catering. Instead, we’re spending the bulk of our time promoting local, seasonal food, the people who grow it, and the local businesses and restaurants that either sell or serve it.
We’re writing more than ever, consulting people on local food purchasing ideas, and, of course, offering the very successful Downtown Culinary Tours.
In the near future, we will be providing a listing of Peterborough area restaurants and stores that specialize in local and seasonal produce, naturally-raised meats, wholesome dairy, plus other great products.
We also hope to be expanding our culinary tours into new communities and into new formats — including some weekend and evening tours.
Check back frequently for updates.
Of course, the best way to ensure that you don’t miss a thing is to subscribe to the Farm to Table Peterborough blog. Just fill out the subscription form on the left of the screen, and you’ll get all the news that we have to offer.
“The Farm to Table column and blog are meant to inspire home cooks in the Peterborough area to make delicious, fresh, local and seasonal foods an important part of their daily diet. It will showcase local growers, chefs, restaurants, markets, and producers and offer regular original recipes for you to try at home. Keep checking the blog for tips on “locavore” cooking, anecdotes and musings on food-related matters, and links to websites that we find interesting, valuable, or simply amusing.”
Look for the blog starting this week at www.mykawartha.com and the column starting next week in the print edition of Peterborough This Week.
Don’t forget to follow updates on Twitter: @farm_to_table
Farm to Table will be live-tweeting a great foodie event.
Donald will be joining celebrity guest tweeters Catherine Hanrahan of the Wolf and KRUZ FM and Evan Holt of www.ptbocanada.com for an evening of fun and food. Follow us at @chan_Rahan @ptbo_canada and, of course @farm_to_table . You can also follow the hash tag of #markethallfoodies
Live & Uncorked: An evening with The Food Network’s Bob Blumer and Kevin Brauch
Saturday Apr 2, 2011 8:30pm
The Market Hall Performing Arts Centre
Bob Blumer (creator/host of Glutton for Punishment and Surreal Gourmet), and Kevin Brauch (host of Thirsty Traveler and Iron Chef America floor reporter) team up for an irreverent evening of behind-the-scene stories, culinary throw-downs, death-defying demos and general mischief.