Green Corn Project Fall Festival is almost here! It is this Sunday, October 27, 2013, from Noon – 4:00. Tickets are $35.00 in advance, $40:00 at the door, and sales cease at 3:00. This one is near and dear to my heart, and has been my favorite food festival of the year, for many years.
The Fall Festival is the main source of funds for the non-profit each year. It’s Held on the gorgeous and tranquil grounds of Austin’s oldest organic farm, Boggy Creek Farm, at 3414 Lyons Road. Come sip and stroll under the trees, tasting the offerings of Austin’s best chefs and culinary talents. There will be beer and cocktails, and live music on the front porch of the historic farmstead, by Austin Mayse, Chris Brecht and Canned Beets!
There will be two cooking demonstrations on the back porch, one by Jam Sanichat of Thai Fresh, and one by Kristine Kittrell of Mulberry.
Participating restaurants and artisan foods are Antonelli’s Cheese Shop, Asti Trattoria, Barlata, Bola Pizza, Cafe Josie, Confituras, Dai Due, Epicerie, Farmhouse Delivery, FINO, Foreign & Domestic, Happy Hemp, Hillside Farmacy, Lenoir, Mulberry, Olivia, Olive & June, Pate Letelier, Peche, Richard’s Rainwater, Sesa Tea, Sticky Toffee Pudding Company, Teo Gelato, Texas Coffee Traders, Texas French Bread, Thai Fresh, Wink, Zhi Tea, Paula’s Texas Spirits, Dripping Springs Vodka, Black Star Co-op and St. Arnolds Brewing.
There will be many fabulous silent auction items to choose from, including a $100 Gift Certificate to Trace, in the W Hotel, Two tickets to Austin Food and Wine Alliance’s Wine and Swine, A Refurbished Chicken Tractor, an Epoch Rain Barrel, lots of garden tools and a Bin Composter from Exaco Trading, a $150.00 Gift Certificate good for cut and color at Bella Salon, Cooking Class at Natural Epicurean, Wine Tasting for 10 at Dry Comal Creek, 2 Season Tickets to the Austin Astex, Gift Certificate from Jack & Adam’s Bicycles, Gift Certificate to People’s Pharmacy, and much, much more.
For a previous post about the Fall Festival with lots of farm and food photos, go here: