Pick-up your napkin, wine glass and gift bag and begin your stroll amongst our celebrated chefs, farmers, vintners and brewers at this year's Feast of Fields.  Your senses are instantly tantalized by the delicious organic creations you are about to experience.  One of your stops will be the “Marketplace” filled with organic products from noted Artisans.  This year, Celebrity Chef, Michael Smith, is set to participate, among other celebrity guest chefsFeast of Fields is the longest running organic event in Canada presented by “Organic Advocates”, a non-profit organization dedicated to the organic lifestyle.  Tickets are $100 each or $90 each for groups of 10 or more and can be purchased at www.feastoffields.org or by calling 905-859-3609.

When and where? Sunday, September 9th, 2012, 1-5 pm.  Cold Creek Conservation Area, 14125 11th Concession, King Township


We here at FBC have TWO Media/VIP passes to give away to one lucky FBC Member (you must be able to attend the event on Sunday September 9th in King Township, Ontario).

To enter? Simple leave a comment on this post telling us which celebrity chef you'd most like to see in action (choose from the lineup here) and why.

For a bonus entry, tweet the following:

I entered to win 2 VIP passes to "Feast of Fields" on @foodbloggersCA -an exclusive members' only contest! You can too! http://bit.ly/Oysn2i

then leave a second comment letting us know you did.

We'll choose a winner at random on Sunday September 2nd at 6pm EST. Good luck!

We'll announce the winners in the News on Monday September 3rd!

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Linda Matarasso

I would like to see Michael Smith in Action. I have been watching him on food network for years. He makes great simple classic foods that inspire me to experiment with whatever foods I have on hand.


I’d most like to see Michael Smith because the confidence he has in the kitchen (his motto – cooking without a recipe) is admirable!

Calantha @ piecurious

I would love to see Rodney Bowers. His consultative knowledge and passion for unique and creative food and drink is inspiring. Also, as an artisan bread baker, I’m taken by the fact that he is the Executive Chef at Boulart Bakery. Anyone who works with or around artisan bread must have a passion and respect for handcrafted products and quality ingredients, which is important to me when it comes to feasts and fields.

Anita Griffin

As an organic food advocate and CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) participant in Ontario, I would be thrilled with the chance to meet Tawfik Shehata. I would embrace the chance to learn and share his views on how to better promote the relationship between farmers and ‘stay at home chefs’. My family has enjoyed receiving our local organic produce every week and we have tried to spread the word about CSAs within our community. It’s always surprising to discover how many people do not know how gain access to fresh, local organic produce. Additionally, I recently I heard many interesting viewpoints on organic food when participating at TedxToronto Salon Event; How Food Affects Us and How We Can Affect Food and I would love to share some of these thoughts with Tawfik. Finally, it’s always inspirational to speak to people who share the same passions be it organics, buying local, building stronger communities or (of course) FOOD!

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