Local flavor of the Adirondacks
Flavor Fest. Photo from WILD Center website.
Just a quick reminder that if you're in the Adirondacks tomorrow, go check out Flavor Fest in Tupper Lake.
It's all day Thursday at the Wild Center and, according to the official website, spotlights "the tastes of the North":
Pick up your Food Passport when you arrive at the Center and travel the tastes of the North. There will be local breweries, local artisanal suppliers, farm to table tastings, and all day fun for kids. Each visitor will get a Passport good for all the tasting stations, and for valuable food event discounts after FlavorFest. There will be local flavors the whole family will enjoy.
Your passport will allow you to taste Adirondack delicacies like local cheeses and meat, seasonal vegetables and gazpacho, berry rhubarb crisp and homemade ice cream, and locally brewed beers. The tasting stations, catered by Adirondack Artisan Catering and located throughout the Center’s campus, will focus on the best food and flavors found in the Adirondacks.
Looks like a whole lot of fun! (Full disclosure: NCPR is media sponsor for the event.)
Now, don't confuse this with Flavah Fest, which may or may not exist. Sorry, couldn't resist.
Tags: adirondacks, farming, festival, food, fun, local, tupper lake