Events, Food, Members

Celebrating Local Food and Drink Purveyors

Many thanks to the sponsors of our Second Annual Eat Local, Sip Local Stroll: Farm-Haus, Buttermilk Bakery, Wild Ocean Seafood, Hinckley’s Fancy Meats, La Femme du Fromage, Kelly’s Homemade Ice Cream, Bikes Beans & Bordeaux Cafe, Fatto in Casa, Houndstooth Sauce Company, Fresh 24, P is For Pie and Local Roots.

Ticket holders to this stroll enjoyed:

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Photo by Steven Miller Photography.

Farm-Haus parsnip purée with Lineage coffee rubbed steak, a chimichurri sauce, garnished with local heirloom cauliflower & brussels leaves. Served with Phenolia (Canada) – a silky red blend with intense notes of red fruits and spices.

Photo by Steven Miller Photography.

Photo by Steven Miller Photography.

P is for Pie’s Fig with honey goat cheese and rosemary infused marcona almonds in a buttery and flaky hand pie crust. Served with Picpoul de Pinet (France), a delicate, fresh wine with hints of hawthorn blossom.

Wild Ocean Seafood’s yellowfin salad. Caught by indie fishermen off the coast of Florida, the yellowfin is paired with Terrapin Recreation Ale (Athens Georgia) – a light malty beer, with hints of citrus. day nights at the Audubon Park Community Market. WildOceanMarket.com

Keel and Curley Mad Man Hard Apple Cider (Plant City). Golden, with overtones of crisp green apple.

Photo by Steven Miller Photography.

Photo by Steven Miller Photography.

Kiwi Cuvee Chardonney (France), with notes of nicely ripe white fruit and dry fruit along with aromas of vanilla and toast.

Photo by Steven Miller Photography.

Photo by Steven Miller Photography.

The artisanal bakers at Buttermilk Bakery offered cheesy rye gougeres, paired with Hand Cabernet Sauvignon (South Africa); peppery, with notes of dark fruits.

Array of Sunchowder’s Emporia handcrafted pickled green beans, mushrooms and more. With Sierra Nevada Nooner, a classic German-style pilsner with spicy and floral whole-cone hops.

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Photo by Steven Miller Photography.

Bikes Beans & Bordeaux Café’s Tuna crudo – Ahi tuna topped with a soy sauce and wasabi foam, toasted black sesame seeds and garnished local micro greens. Paired with Cono Sur Bicicleta Sauvignon Blanc (Chile) – citrus notes of grapefruit and green apple, with faint herbal hints, finished with mineral notes.

Freshly baked Olde Hearth Bread Company pretzels served with honey mustard and paired with Fat Tire Amber’s flavors of buttery caramel malts, peppery hops and minerals.

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Photo by Steven Miller Photography.

Releaf Shiraz Cabernet Merlot (South Africa). This organically grown, fair trade certified wine is a balanced, earthy blend made from handpicked grapes.

Fatto in Casa’s Lavender Drops and Fior di Fragola Cookies. Paired with Monte Clavijo (Spain), noted for its conspicuous notes of green apples, lemon lime and fresh white fruit.

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Photo by Steven Miller Photography.

A sampling of Houndstooth Sauce Company’s delectable comfort food – handmade pimiento cheese, as well as their sublime chicken salad – both served open face atop Olde Heart Bread Company French bread toasts. Served with Lagunitas IPA; sweet and malty, with suggestions of pine.

Photo by Steven Miller Photography.

Photo by Steven Miller Photography.

Fatto In Casa’s almond bundt cake bites. Served with Berberana Gran Tradicion Brut Rose Cava (Spain), a balanced medium bodied sparkling wine with floral notes and a hint of raspberry.

La Femme Du Fromage’s Fromager d’Affinois, a French double-cream soft cheese made from cow’s milk, similar to Brie, except that the milk is ultrafiltrated first. With Keel and Curley Mad Man Hard Apple Cider. Based in Plant City, Florida, Keel and Curley makes their cider from fresh Pennsylvania apples – crisp with a bit of sweetness.

Photo by Steven Miller Photography.

Photo by Steven Miller Photography.

Subdivisions Pilsner by Red Cypress Brewery paired with rich, spicy Tasso Ham from Hinckley’s Fancy Meats. This crisp simple malt lager is spiced with Saaz hops and is microbrewed in Winter Springs. Hinckley’s Fancy Meats is owned by Chef Matt Hinckley, formerly of Box Park in Miami and Michelin-starred PUBLIC in NYC. Hinckley meats are available exclusively at Local Roots.

The Audubon Park Garden District has more Eat Local Sip Local Strolls in the works, so be sure and check back often for updates.