Eat Drink Local Week 2015

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Edible Austin Eat Drink Local Week (EDLW) 2015 invites you to support locally sourcing restaurants and cook meals throughout the week entirely with local ingredients. Edible Austin will be at farmers markets to encourage home cooking with farm fresh ingredients and we'd love for you to join us there and at our special events throughout the week. EDLW benefits Mobile Loaves & Fishes

EVENT SCHEDULE:
 

BeekmanBoys

An Evening with THE BEEKMAN BOYS

SUNDAY, NOV. 29 | 6 PM

AT THE PARAMOUNT THEATRE

They’re not typical farmers in the least, but Josh Kilmer-Purcell and Dr. Brent Ridge are quick learners on The Fabulous Beekman Boys, the runaway hit reality show on the Cooking Channel. The series is an amusing look at their adventure, which took root when the couple left urban lifestyles behind — Kilmer-Purcell is a best-selling author, and Ridge is a former vice president with Martha Stewart’s company — to buy the Beekman farm. There, they raise goats, pigs, chickens, and a llama, and produce organic products such as goat milk soap and cheese.

Pop-Up Farmers Market 
Following the show, get a head start on holiday shopping in the theater lobby with an artisan farmers market featuring some favorite local food and gift vendors.

About VIP Reception

VIP tickets include a pre-show reception where you can meet Josh and Brent before the show while enjoying locally sourced, seasonal tastings from Austin chefs, along with local wines, spirits and beer. 

Participating Restaurants at VIP Reception
LENOIR
Hoover's Cooking
Barlata Tapas Bar
Cafe Josie
Cocktails compliments of Tito's Vodka. 
Wine compliments of Barcelona Cellers.

 

 

Ticket Information

VIP*: $100

General Admission: $30

Student: $20 (please call for student tickets)

Buy Tickets!

or call 512-474-1221

Proceeds from the event support the historic Paramount Theatre and Mobile Loaves & Fishes. 

 


 

harvestdinnerHarvest Dinner

THURSDAY, DEC. 3 | 6:30 PM

PALM DOOR ON SABINE

Join us for a winter harvest bounty by Bread & Circus Supper Club, featuring a seasonal, local feast served family style. Signature craft cocktails, wine and beer will be available for purchase at the cash bar.

Menu Highlights:

Pumpkin Gnochi
Vermouth Cream Sauce, Shaved Parmesan, Cinnamon Spiced Pepitas
Wild Boar Medallions
Warm Farro, Spinaceh, Fennel, Cranberry Demi Glace
Pumpkin Panna Cotta
Apple Fritter, Big Red Ice Cream, Texas Whiskey Syrup

Buy Tickets and see Full Menu!





 

community first! kitchen fundraiser

Our amazing beneficiary for Eat Drink Local Week, Mobile Loaves & Fishes, is working towards building five outdoor kitchens at their Community First! Village. The kitchens will be designed to bring residents out of their homes and into community with their neighbors. They will be designed for permanence, equipped with high end appliances. The 200 sq. ft. outdoor facilities will have a metal roof, 2 36" propane, commercial ranges with burners, propane exterior grill, 55" farm sink, insta hot water heater, ceiling fans and pot racks. The estimated cost is $30,000. Please help us help MLF meet their goal! 


 


 

5 DAYS OF GIVEAWAYS

We're hosting five-days of giveaways with daily giveaways from some great local businesses including: Kettle & Brine, Gourmet by Numbers, Zink, Coffee Sock and Tiny Pies.

Be sure you're following #EDLW15 for the latest info! 
 


THANKS TO OUR SPONORS

 

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 OTHER WAYS TO GET INVOLVED 

Social Media

We love to engage with the community over Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Follow us at @edibleaustin and tag us in anything related to Eat Drink Local Week with the hashtag #EDLW15

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Shop Locally

Whether it's at farmers markets, farm stands or grocery stores like in.gredients, Wheatsville Food Co-op or Whole Foods Market—try cooking one meal entirely from local produce and proteins! 

Farmers Market Guide


Eat Out Locally

We've launched a mapped guide to local-sourcing restaurants in Austin. At these restaurants you will find chefs that focus on using sustainable, local ingredients to create their menu. The map also functions as a simple way to find a great meal in town. 
Restaurant Guide


 


  

 A benefit for Mobile Loaves & Fishes.

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