If you're a fan of boozing and schmoozing with fellow food obsessives and chef types, the second annual Chefs for Farmers organized by Matt and Iris McCallister of FT33 is arguably one of the year's most anticipated events.
This year's event will be held at Lee Park near Turtle Creek on the afternoon of November 3 and will showcase bites from dozens of different chefs (including Kent Rathbun, Janice Provost, and Jeremiah Langhorne of McCrady's in Charleston, South Carolina), beverages provided by local wine and spirits producers, and a chance to get chummy with dozens of local farmers and food purveyors while soaking up the sounds of local bands and DJs.
Tickets are $65 each or pairs for $120; 100 percent of proceeds from the event go to benefit the North Texas Food Bank and local farmers. The press release specifies "park chic" attire — we have no idea what that is, but you've got about two months to figure it out (and don't forget to BYO wine glass and picnic blanket). For more details or to snag tickets, scope out the official event website.
· Chefs for Farmers [Official]