Photo Diary | TASTE Community Grown 2015

Monday, September 28, 2015

Prince Edward County's annual food and wine festival, TASTE Community Grown celebrates the culinary community from farm to table - the region's finest chefs, winemakers, beer, spirits and cider masters, farmers and artisanal food producers. This past weekend, it was certainly the most perfect fall weather where foodies from across the province gathered at the historic Crystal Palace in Picton to sample the unique local flavours of the area.

The day was filled with culinary education with speakers and seminars, a wonderful epicure experience of the County, live showing of County Chopped Live and oh so much more.

A few highlights from the festival:


{English Pale Ale | Mackinnon Brother Brewery}

The Drake Devonshire served a splendid chilled chowder composed of corn, yukon gold potatoes, smoked paprika as well as a few other ingredients but surprisingly no diary products! Hello vegan friendly!

{Drake Devonshire}

{Prince Edward County Lavender}

{Agrarian}

Agrarian was serving PEI raspberry point oysters with delightful toppings - can you say wow?! 


{Agrarian}

{Rosehall Run Winery}

{The Hubb Eatery & Lounge}

Flavoured ice cream on a stick? The Hubb dished out peanut butter and rhubarb ice cream covered with delectable chocolate.

{The Hubb Eatery & Lounge}


{Stanners Vineyard}

{Edible Antiques}

{Vicki's Veggies}

{Angelo Bean Sausages}

{Aunt Lucy Fury Hot Pepper Pot}

You have to try the decadent goat cheese chocolates from Haute Goat - they are hand crafted edible delights that melt in your mouth. Though not available at the festival, I settled for their amazing fudge.

{Haute Goat}

{Essential Relaxation}

{Bark’n Up The Green Tree}

{Loyalist College}

For more information visit: www.tastecommunitygrown.com

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