Farm to Chef event moves to Visionary museum

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More than 30 Baltimore chefs have been lined up for the 3rd annual Farm to Chef culinary competition. The event, produced by the American Institute of Wine & Food Baltimore chapter, partners chefs with local farms to create recipes for the 300 guests.

Formerly known as The Farmer and the Chef, the event is moving this year to the American Visionary Art Museum, where it will take place on Monday, Sept. 24 at 6:30 p.m.

Farm to Chef is a benefit for Days of Taste, an AIWF program that brings together farmers, chefs and community volunteers to introduce school children to the basic tenets of taste and to teach them how food travels from farm to table.

Members of the Baltimore Bartenders Guild will provide original cocktails using locally produced spirits and beers, and the evening includes live music and an auction.

Here are the chefs who are donating their time and resources to the event:

Sarah Acconcia, Sarahacconcia.com
Mashaye Barr, Stratford University
Winston Blick, Clementine
Bill Buszinski, Mr. Rain’s Fun House
Wilbur Cox, Jr., The Wine Market
Bruce Clarke, Laurrapin Restaurant
Patrick Crooks, Roy’s
Mark Davis, Ten Ten
Bill Downes, Marriott Baltimore Inner Harbor at Camden Yards
Thomas Dunklin, B&O American Brasserie
Barry Fleischmann, Innovative Gourmet
Beej Flamholz, Beej Flamholz LLC
Nino Germano, La Scala Ristorante Italiano
Darrick Granai, Baldwin’s Station
Therese Harding, The Classic Catering People
Neal Langermann, Langermann’s 
Darin Linebaugh, The Open Door Café
Chris Marquis, Slainte Irish Pub & Woody’s Rum Bar
Kevin Miller, Copper Kitchen 
Patrick Morrow, Ryleigh’s Oyster Group
Nona Nielson-Parker, Atwater’s
Derrick Purcell, Aramark at the Maryland Science Center
Marta Quintana, Havana Road Cuban Cafe
Gregory Rhoad, Chef’s Expressions
Jesse Sandlin, Jesse Pancakes
Matt Seeber, Heavy Seas Alehouse
Ben Simpkins, Richardson Farms
Brian Sullivan, Hillendale Country Club 
Travis Szerensits, The Manor Tavern 
Daniela Troia, Zia’s
Bob Whitehead, Friends School of Baltimore, Filk Independent School 

 

 

 

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