Chef Driven Afternoon in Countryside Setting

2013-05-23T00:00:00Z Chef Driven Afternoon in Countryside Setting
May 23, 2013 12:00 am

Chef Driven Afternoon in Countryside Setting

Sunday, September 1, 2013; 12:30PM - 4PM (Eastern Time)

The Round Barn Winery's estate at 10983 Hills Road, Baroda, MI 49101.

CHICAGO, IL - Check, Please! and Maytag® brand are gearing up for their second annual Farm to Table Fest with tickets going on sale May 31, just two days after the highly-anticipated announcement of the new host for the show.

Check, Please! is turning the tables on traditional food festivals by once again bringing an all-star lineup of award-winning chefs to a working farm in Michigan on Sunday, September 1, in the beautiful rolling countryside of Southwest Michigan. This unique fest will pair chefs with family-owned Michigan farmers and boutique food artisans for an afternoon of sampling and sipping-in of the local bounty. Festival goers can travel to the source of their food and experience outdoor cooking demonstrations, gourmet tasting samples, meet renowned chefs and interact with working farmers - all celebrated under a big-top tent!

Berrien County, is the second most diverse agricultural region in the country (second only to California), and a leading source for local produce and meats in Chicago and the Midwest. It is also home to Maytag® brand, a local appliance leader committed to dependability. Based in Benton Harbor, Mich. with factories and distribution centers across the country, consumers have counted on Maytag® brand for more than a century. Today the brand's committed and enduring tradition of quality production and performance continues to thrive.

TICKETS: General Admission - $90 (plus tax); VIP - $160 (plus tax). Available at starting on May 31.

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