Few SeedFork Culinary Crawl tickets remain

By Michelle Price
UCBJ Managing Editor

COOKEVILLE – A limited number of tickets remain for the SeedFork Culinary Crawl, a progressive dinner through Cookeville’s historic WestSide cultural district, telling a story of local food, set for Sunday, Oct. 25. Dinner and live music begin at 4 p.m.

The culinary adventure will begin at Red Silo Brewing Co., then dining and drinking onward to Back Room Bistro and the Blue Pig, before closing with dessert at Meg’s Bread and Hix Farm Brewery. Additional features from Calfkiller Brewing Co., The Broastery, and DelMonaco Winery & Vineyards will be available. 

The goal of this progressive dinner is to show the importance of local food in building community and how essential our farmers are. The dinner is not just an experience but an education. 

By connecting local farmers with local chefs through events like this, SeedFork hopes to draw awareness to the general population and build relationships that will allow both the farming community and food entrepreneurs to have support from local residents. 

SeedFork of the Highlands is literally cultivating a food/farm culture within the region that supports both farmers and chefs. Their mission is to open the eyes of our citizens to care about where their food comes from and how important it is to support our local growers. 

Tickets are $75 each, include food, drinks, and a special gift, as well as hearing from the chefs and farmers who have created and grown your dinner.

Tickets can be purchased at Red Silo Brewing Co. and Back Room Bistro.

Michelle Price is the managing editor of the Upper Cumberland Business Journal and can be reached via email. Send an email.

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