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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Whisper Creek Farms hosts Homestead Harvest tomorrow night to benefit Fleet Farming

Posted By on Wed, Oct 25, 2017 at 3:12 PM

click to enlarge IMAGE COURTESY WHISPER CREEK FARM
  • Image courtesy Whisper Creek Farm
Feel like stepping out on a Thursday night and have a little extra cash to spend for a good cause? Head to the Ritz-Carlton Grande Lakes for Homestead Harvest, a dining event to benefit Fleet Farming, at Whisper Creek Farm.

Starting at 6 p.m., chefs Peter Zampaglione and Scott Pizzo of Highball & Harvest, one of the Ritz-Carlton's signature restaurants, will show guests their chops with a dinner under the twinkle lights.



Chef Kenny Gilbert of Top Chef fame (shown, below), who owns and operates Jacksonville's Gilbert's Underground Kitchen and Gilbert's Social, will be the featured guest chef.
click to enlarge Chef Kenny Gilbert competes on Top Chef D.C. - PHOTO VIA EATER.COM
  • Photo via Eater.com
  • Chef Kenny Gilbert competes on Top Chef D.C.
Kathleen Blake of the Rusty Spoon, James Petrakis of the Ravenous Pig, former K Restaurant owner/chef Kevin Fonzo and Austin Boyd of the Osprey Tavern will also present dishes for tasting.

Tickets are $135 per person. Thursday night never tasted so good.


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