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Grande Lakes Orlando to host the third annual Homestead Harvest

4040 Central Florida Parkway
Orlando, FL 32837

In an ongoing quest to promote sustainable farming and food production systems in the Florida region, Grande Lakes Orlando will host the third annual Homestead Harvest event at its own Whisper Creek Farm on Friday, October 25th from 6 to 9 p.m.

The evening will benefit Free Mulch Incorporated by Frog Song Organics, a sustainable agriculture program.

Participants are invited along on a very special journey as they wander through Whisper Creek Farm and come upon food stations from some of the region’s most celebrated chefs — each tasting perfectly paired with beer, cocktails, and wine by participating beverage suppliers including Tito's Vodka, Breakthru Beverage and Southern Glazer's Wine & Spirits. The event will also have a complementary sound track of live music.


Beginning at 6 p.m., Homestead Harvest at Whisper Creek Farm will feature a line-up of Florida’s most talented chefs including Elek Kovacs, The Osprey Tavern; Brandon McGlamery, Luke’s Kitchen & Bar; Kevin Fonzo, The Kevin Fonzo Foundation; Yann Chupin, The Ritz-Carlton Sarasota; Eric Martinez, Orlando World Center Marriott; John Janucik, Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center; Franck Riffaud, The Waldorf Astoria and Hilton Bonnet Creek and Stephane Cheramy, The Ritz-Carlton and JW Marriott Orlando, Grande Lakes.

This event is a collaborative effort to bring awareness to Free Mulch Incorporated, a For Purpose organization housed within the Frog Song Organics Farm. Its mission is to grow farmers by creating a farm incubator model, which provides a structured path for aspiring and beginning farmers to learn hands-on production skills and business skills to enable them to create viable business plans and thereby launch their own farm businesses.

“For two years now, Homestead Harvest has been extremely successful in both raising awareness and funds to support sustainable agriculture,” notes Director of Public Relations, Alissa Perez. “Sustainability was the inspiration for this event, and our participating chefs believe diners should consume responsibly-sourced local ingredients whenever possible.

Every year our chefs raise the bar on the dishes served and our attendees can look forward to some truly amazing flavors come October 25th in an absolutely stunning setting at Whisper Creek Farm.”


Tickets for the event begin at $110 for general admission. Early bird pricing is $95 if purchased by October 7, 2019. For ticket prices, bookings and information please visit: www.HomesteadHarvestatWCF.com. 



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