Farm-to-Fork Frederick is here!

F2F Frederick

(FREDERICK, Md., June 10, 2015) —The 2015 Farm-to-Fork Frederick program, a concentrated 11-day “eat local” culinary initiative that brings together independently-owned restaurants with family-owned farms and wineries from in and around Frederick County, Md., promises yet another exciting program. Restaurants from two new county jurisdictions – Emmitsburg’s Carriage House Inn and New Market’s Vintage – have joined the 2015 program, as well as five new restaurants from the City of Frederick including Café Nola, Family Meal, LeParc Bistro, Nido’s Little Italy and Pretzel & Pizza Creations.

Farm-to-Fork Frederick 2015 will also highlight the culinary and agricultural contributions of women-owned farms and restaurants, as well as female chefs, in and around Frederick County, Md. To date, Farm-to-Fork Frederick has enlisted six restaurants and four farms owned or co-owned by women. “We are so excited that this year’s Farm-to-Fork Frederick program will showcase these women and the culinary, agricultural and economic contributions they make to this area,” says Miriam Nasuti, Founder of Farm-to-Fork Frederick.

Farm-to-Fork Frederick 2015 will run August 28th through Labor Day, September 7th, 2015 and during this time, participating Chefs and restaurant owners commit to using at least 60% locally-sourced, farm-fresh ingredients to develop a special menu available to their patrons.

By | 2018-02-20T20:41:11+00:00 July 2nd, 2015|

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Marianne is the mother of two, wife of one and the voice of The Small Town Gardener. She gardens and writes from her home in the scenic (and exceptionally convenient) heart of Virginia's wine country.

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