Celebrating Local Food Month

Our growing local food circle co-creates an evening of community and abundance

Discovering, creating and celebrating the beauty of local food… Members of the Peterborough Dialogues local food circle co-created a dinner of local ingredients on September 28, in a spirit of reconnection with place, community, local food producers, our own yards and gardens, and the harvest season.

The main course was ethically raised local pork tenderloin from The Community Butcher, stuffed with mint pesto, local mushrooms, onions, plums and goat cheese. Other treats and highlights included heirloom tomatoes, Prince Edward County wine, local cheeses and herbs, dinner participant Debbie Wilson’s own honey, and fresh roasted kale chips harvested two hours earlier from member Mark Woolley’s garden.

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Photography by Ben Wolfe

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4 comments

  1. Michelle Strutzenberger

    Love it!! Beautiful photography. Very fun way to enliven the local food conversation.

  2. Jo Hayward--Haines

    Oh, it was fun!! And delicious!! And local!!! And to be repeated, in abundance.

  3. Cheryl Ellis

    Congratulations to all of you! Excellent story and photos about a special group of influencers, intended or not!