2014 Farm-to-Fork Free Festival
Saturday, September 27th: 11am – 6pm


11:30 am – 27 Outlaws

27 Outlaws Bandhttp://www.27outlaws.com
27 Outlaws play a wide variety of music ranging from the Country Classics to todays Country Hits! Whether you want to kick up your boots doing your favorite line dance or just enjoy listening to the sound of Cliff’s vocals and Gary’s world fastest banjo playing, 27 Outlaws will leave you saying “One more song’!!

1:30 pm – Buck Ford

Buck Ford-1http://www.buckford.com


Nashville recording artist Buck Ford is a young, pure country singing sensation that focuses on keeping the traditional country sound and rhythm flowing. Bucks influences consist of George Strait, Merle Haggard, George Jones and Keith Whiteley, just to name a few. Buck and his band pride themselves on the fact that their performances “bring back to life” the sound and feel of real old country music.

3:30 pm – Trebuchet

Trebuchet is an indie-folk rock quartet from Petaluma, CA. Members: Lauren Haile, Paul Haile, Eliott Whitehurst and Navid Manoochehri.  These four met while attaining their music degrees from Sonoma State University in Rohnert Park, CA. Trebuchet originated in 2010, and have released an EP, and are releasing their first full length later this year.

5:00 pm – The Family Crest

The Family Crest
 is an American orchestral indie rock band based in San Francisco. The band is made up of seven core members and several hundred additional members who actively participate in recordings, live performances, and other creative projects.  In addition to Liam McCormick (lead vocals, guitar) and John Seeterlin (bass), the band consists of Charlie Giesige (drums), Laura Bergmann (flute, percussion, vocals), George Samaan (tenor trombone) Owen Sutter (violin, percussion), and Charly Akert (cello, percussion). Laura Bergmann, Owen Sutter, Charly Akert, and George Samaan are all classically trained (Bergmann, Sutter, Akert, Samaan, and Giesige hold degrees in music performance).

Demo Stage East

11:15 pm – CA Rice Commission featuring Chef Ed Roehr of Magpie Cafe and Kitty O’Neal
12:30 pm – Danny Johnson Butchering Demo
1:45 pm – Executive Chefs Ian MacBride of Lucca and Danny Origel of Roxy Restaurant & Bar with commentary from Rick Kushman
2:30 pm – Dozer, Sacramento County Ag Inspection Dog Demo
3:00 pm – State Fair
4:00 pm – Chef Charlie Connell, Executive Chef of the Doubletree by Hilton Sacramento hotel
5:00 pm – Rabbi David Fresher Futures

Demo Stage West
Hosted by Laura McIntosh

11:00 am – Ettore Ravazzolo of Ettore’s will prepare Almond Horn cookies
12:00 pm – California Farm Academy Graduation Ceremony
1:30 pm – Patrick Mulvaney
2:45 pm – Kaiser Permanente & Sacramento Kings
3:45 pm – Food Literacy Center Students – cabbage and carrot slaw with homemade Asian dressing
4:45 pm – Chef Dan Catanio, Executive Chef of the Hilton Sacramento
5:45 pm – Dozer, Sacramento County Ag Inspector Dog

Come visit PRG‘s demonstration booth at this Saturday’s FREE Farm to Fork Festival!
Our booth will be located on the corner of 5th St & Capitol Mall and will feature interactive demonstrations from 11am-6pm by chefs and bartenders from Hock Farm Craft & Provisions,Esquire GrillCafe Bernardo, and Centro Cocina Mexicana.

Utilizing the season’s bounty to elevate basic cocktails

Featuring Brad Peters,
Bar Manager of Hock Farm Craft & Provisions

The Life & Times of Jimmy Nardello

Cooking with a variety of late-season peppers & chiles

Featuring PRG Executive Chef Kurt Spataro & Nicolas Come (of Nicolas’ Garden)

Finned Royalty
Selecting, preparing & cooking California King Salmon

Featuring Scott Ostrander,
Chef of Esquire Grill

Anatomy of a Burger

Cooking techniques & flavor combinations

Featuring Pedro Depina,
Chef of Cafe Bernardo R15 & 2013 Sacramento Burger Battle Champion

Masa Fantasies

Farm to Fork inspired Mexican street food

Featuring Fidel Lopez,
Chef of Centro Cocina Mexicana

A Whey with Curds

Cheese making & stretching

Featuring David LaRoche,
Chef of Hock Farm
Craft & Provisions

The Love Apple

Flavors & Textures of Local Heirloom Tomatoes

Featuring Kelly Her,
Chef of Cafe Bernardo Midtown

Gift Card Giveaway
Stop by our booth on Saturday for a chance to win a $100 PRG gift card!

Save Mart Tent – Demo Stage

11:00 am – Randal Selland
12:00 pm – Randal Selland
1:00 pm – Randal Selland
2:00 pm – John Surla
3:00 pm – John Surla
4:00 pm – John Surla
5:00 pm – John Surla

Join us for the largest farm-to-fork event of the year — the second-annual Farm-to-Fork Festival on Capitol Mall in Downtown Sacramento.

Experience the best of the Sacramento region’s abundant food selection by sampling produce, meat, fish, wine, craft beer, cheese, olive oil and a wide array of everything related to farm-to-fork eating.

Designed to showcase where our food and drinks come from, the free 2014 Festival promises to be bigger and better than last year’s festival, which drew 25,000. With more food trucks, restaurants and expanded kids’ activities including a petting zoo, this year’s festival is packed with fun activities.

A live music stage will feature bands including The Family Crest and Trebuchet. At the other end of Capitol Mall, a demonstration stage will showcase chef demonstrations, presentations about food from organizations such as the Food Literacy Center and even a demonstration by everyone’s favorite California Agricultural inspector: a black Labrador retriever named Dozer — who will also be signing autographs all day.

2014 F2F Festival Map WEB

WHAT:                   2014 Farm-to-Fork Festival

WHERE:               Capitol Mall
                              Between Third & Seventh Streets

WHEN:                 11 a.m.  – 6 p.m.  

COST:                   Admission is free; some vendors will charge for food and drink

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