Piedmont Culinary Guild Food & Beverage Symposium on March 24th

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Preserving the Flavors of the Piedmont

Hosted by the Piedmont Culinary Guild, this all-day symposium is full of awesome regional culinary talent and passionate leaders in the agriculture community that are actively supporting the local foodshed through their purchasing, advocacy and/or production. This event will Sunday, March 24 · 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. EDT at the Van Every Culinary Building, 425 North Kings Drive Charlotte, NC 28204 on the Central Piedmont Community College Campus.

Registration is $125. To register for this event, please register here at EventBrite.

NC FarmLink will be presenting a workshop session on Small Farm Succession Planning, and you can receive a $50 discount by using the discount code FarmLink. Below is a list of other workshops to be offered. 

Check out these classes!

  • Wild Herbal Plant Walk + Oxymel Remedies by Abby Artemisia, The Wander School
  • Sorghum Syrup & Heirloom Corn Production by Willis Farms
  • The Buzz About All Things BEES by Bryan Fisher
  • Business 101:Optimizing Credit Card Rewards by Adam Duke, Dukes Bread & Title Belt Frozen Dessert
  • Whole Hog Butchery by Chef Brittany, Stagioni: Four Seasons of Food
  • Fizz and Tang: A Fermentation Fiesta! by Chef Jess Cochran
  • Leadership and Employee Retention Today by Paul Manley with guests Gregory Collier, Katy Kindred, Sam Diminich
  • Farming in the City -Deep Roots CPS Farm by Cherie Jzar, Deep Roots CPS Farm
  • Tomato Growing Masterclass: The Patio Farmer by Erin Hostetler, The Patio Farmer
  • Preservation & Fermentation: Sourdough & Sauce by Tara Ebersold, Bleu Barn Bistro
  • Demystifying Seafood Cookery w/ Jimmy Pearls by Oscar Johnson, Jimmy Pearls
  • Managing COGs : Fixing Food Cost by Daniel Wheeler, Unox
  • Permanent Land Access: 1st Generation Farmers by Aaron Newton, Carolina Farms Fund
  • Mushroom Cultivation Hiram Ramirez, Urban Gourmet Farms
  • Simple Syrup is for Sweet Tea, not NC Wines by Assorted Table Wine & Shop and Josh Villapando
  • The E-Myth Revisited with Whiskey Tasting by David Neeley, JD Financial Group & Associates
  • Succession Planning for Small Farms by NC State Extension
  • Pasta 101: Doughs & shapes for all kitchens by Mark Becker, @Avapizza_clt
  • Compost Like a Pro! Bill Sloan, Master Composter