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10th Annual Farmer in the House Dining Series

Posted on: March 8th, 2016 by Taryn Jeffries No Comments

One of the sure signs of spring is the announcement of the Duncan’s Trading Company Farmer In The House series line-up. The series is a celebration of the partnership of local restaurants with Duncan Farms who share the restaurant’s commitment to providing the best possible product to consumers.

This year ten of the best restaurants in the Valley are participating, so check out the line-up and be quick about reserving your spot. These dinners are intimate, informative and a deliciously good time. Each chef creates a unique, wine paired menu utilizing the freshest, most flavorful fruits and vegetables from Patrick Duncan’s Laveen farm. The weekly dinners are held at restaurants throughout the Valley with proceeds donated to the Association of Arizona Food Banks to assist in alleviating childhood hunger. Stay tuned for more information about each specific event before it happens. Reservations for the dinners should be made by calling the host restaurant.

Spring 2016 Farmer in the House Dining ScheduleSpring Farmer in the House Dining Series Line-up:

March 31st| Vincent Guerithault’s on Camelback| 602.224.0225| Chef/Owners Vincent and Leevon Guerithault with Robert Hall Winery

April 7th| Arcadia Farms Cafe| 480.941.5665| Chef/Owner Carolyn Ellis and Chef Efron Jimenez along with Albert Bichot Winery

April 13th| Bink’s Midtown| 602.388.4874| Chef/Owners Kevin and Amy Binkley along with multiple vineyards

April 21st| Blue Hound Kitchen Cocktails| 602.258.0231| Executive Chef Sean Currid featuring various Arizona wines

April 28th| LON’s at the Hermosa Inn| 602.955.7878| Executive Chef Jeremy Pacheco and Pillsbury Wine Company

May 4th| Sassi Ristorante| 480.502.9095| Executive Chef Christopher Nicosia and multiple vineyards

May 10th| elements at Sanctuary| 480.607.2325| Executive Chef Beau MacMillan and Ram’s Gate Winery

May 16th| ZuZu at Hotel Valley Ho| 480.421.7997| Executive Chef Charles Wiley and Fess Parker Winery

May 26th| El Chorro Lodge| 480.948.5170| Executive Chef Charles Kassels and multiple vineyards

June 1st| Binkley’s Restaurant| 480.437.2370| Chef/Owners Kevin and Amy Binkley with multiple vineyards

Make sure to make your reservations early as the Farmer in the House events are very popular and tend to sell out quickly!

About the Author - Taryn Jeffries

Editor and Chief Eating Officer of PhoenixBites, 2017 Food Writer of the Year (Arizona Culinary Hall of Fame) Taryn grew up in a small town in Illinois with a doting Grandmother who taught her the way around a kitchen and that food is representative of love. Her current quest is to find the love in local dishes and the chefs behind them. In addition to running all things PhoenixBites, Taryn is also a freelance writer, sharing her insight on the best dishes and where to get them each and every month.

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