Seasonal Supper: A Field to Fork Dinner

Saturday, September 20, 2014, 5:00pm to 9:00pm, Hap Magee Ranch, Danville, CA

Share an intimate evening with local farmers while you enjoy multiple courses highlighting the food they grow. The Seasonal Supper will be a true Field to Fork event hosted by the Pacific Coast Farmers' Market Association at Hap Magee Ranch in Danville.

Each course, delicately crafted by Chef Mario Hernandez, will feature the seasonal harvest from Tomatero Farm, Frog Hollow Farm, Happy Acre Farm and more. Glennhawk Vineyards will be generously providing tastings and menu pairings of their wine selection, grown right here in Danville, adding to this truly local experience.

Enjoy farm-fresh food, live music, fine local wine, and a raffle benefiting nutritional education programs for low-income families of the Bay Area made possible by our sister organization, Fresh Approach.

Proceeds from this event will go to Fresh Approach programming and support the participating farms. Extra donations are gladly accepted. Many thanks to Glennhawk Vineyards for sponsoring this event. Tickets can be purchased at the Danville Farmers' Market or through Brown Paper Tickets.

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This Week's Featured Product is Figs

Figs were brought to California by the Spanish missionaries who first planted them at the San Diego Mission in 1759. Fig trees were then planted at each succeeding missiont throughout Northern California. The Mission fig, California?s leading black fig, takes its name from this history; it has a blackish purple skin and brilliantly pink fleshy interior. The green-fleshed Kadota and pinkish Adriatic are other common market varieties. Their high fiber content, delicate texture, and refreshing flavor makes figs a great addition to salads and desserts.

You can purchase figs from Country Rhodes Family Farm or another of the local farmers selling figs.

Phil Rhodes Family Farms is located in Visalia where they grow tomatoes, onions, five varieties of eggplants, and Hungarian sweet peppers. They also grow grapes, pluots, Asian pears, nectarines, plums, and crimson grapes, their brown turkey figs are one o

Once you get your purchases home, check out our delicious recipes using figs.

About the Pacific Coast Farmers' Market Association

The Pacific Coast Farmers' Market Association is a not-for-profit organization that develops, operates and supports Certified Farmers' Markets in the San Francisco Bay Area. Learn more about our association, our mission, and partners on our About PCFMA page >>