When:
September 20, 2017 @ 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
2017-09-20T17:30:00-07:00
2017-09-20T20:30:00-07:00
Where:
Gold Miners Inn
121 Bank Street Grass Valley
CA 95945
Cost:
$25
Contact:
Nevada County Grown

 

Bounty of the County – Best Local Chef Competition

by Nevada County Grown

 

Wed, September 20, 2017, 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM

$25

TICKETS

Event Information

During this fifth annual event chefs from local restaurants will prepare small plates and compete for the “Best Local Chef” award, with food provided by the counties bountiful farms and ranches.

Enjoy the evening sampling tastes from each chefs table before casting your vote on the favorite. Between tastings you can view or purchase local art from our counties talented artists, place bids on the fabulous silent auction, enjoy local beer and wine, and Dance to the music of the Swing Beans!

Chefs from these local favorites will be cooking to win!

  • Briar Patch Coop
  • Diego’s
  • Emily’s Catering and Cakes
  • Falafal Kis
  • Kaliko’s
  • Matteo’s Public
  • Ol Republic Brewery
  • Three Forks Bakery and Brewing Co.
  • Twelve 28 Kitchen

Special thanks to the farmers providing local fresh ingredients.

  • AM Ranch
  • Bakbraken Farm
  • Bakwrd CP Mtn. Raised Poultry
  • Bitney Springs Farm
  • Cosmic Roots Ranch
  • Dawnridge Farm
  • Early Bird Farm
  • Fresh Starts Organic Farm
  • Indian Springs Organic Farm
  • James Ranch
  • Laughing Oak Farm
  • Legacy Ranching
  • Mountain Bounty Farm
  • Nevada County Free Range Beef
  • Son of Something Farm
  • Starbright Acres
  • SunRock Farm
  • Wheyward Girl Creamery

And of course, with the support of our sponsors.

  • Anything Green Hydroponics
  • A-Z Supply
  • B&C Hardware
  • Blue Oaks Ranch
  • Briar Patch Coop
  • Four Seasons Landscaping Materials
  • Gold Miners Inn
  • Gold n Green Rental Equipment
  • Hometown Hydroponics
  • KVMR
  • Nevada County Cannabis Alliance
  • The Union

All proceeds go towards the Nevada County Grown, supporting locally grown food from awesome community of farmers and ranchers.