Savor the Season at Gorman Farms

Savor the Season at Gorman Farms

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I just wanted to say to everyone who stopped by the Tonic Tours table at Savor the Season. Gorman Farm is a beautiful place and it was a wonderful way to spend the day. I especially enjoyed setting up next to the lovely interns from Turner Farm and getting to try some new herbs I’d never heard of before. A Salad Burnet and Gin cocktail may be on my horizon. I was also excited to talk to Deb from the Cincinnati Chocolate Festival as well as Amy and Julie from Edible Ohio Valley. It is such a beautiful magazine I can’t believe it is free. Here’s hoping you can read about Tonic Tours there one day.

I was too busy at the table to get out to many of the workshops or chef demos but they did let the vendors come up and have some of the food from the last demonstration, a group of student chefs from the Art Institute of Ohio made some delicious chicken, steak, veggies, and salad. I learned that you should always cut steak on a slant so that you cut against the grain and that lilacs are edible. It was also great seeing friends from the Slow Food Cincinnati group like Sharon Rudd of Eggplant to Go and Aaron from Whole Foods. Great to be in such wonderful company on a beautiful day. All in all a great day and I look forward to being there next year.

My table

My table

 

Produce from Turner Farm

Produce from Turner Farm

 

Wood fired pizza for lunch!

Wood fired pizza for lunch!

 

Chickens!

Chickens!

 

Tasty chickens!

Tasty chickens!

 

Chefs at Work

Chefs at Work

 

Beautiful Salads

Beautiful Salads

 

This post originally ran on the Tonic Tours blog on May 6, 2013.

 

 

 

 

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