Farm to Table Breakfast 2012

This year’s Farm to Table Breakfast is going to be amazing. Prepared by Chef Jeff Minnick of Clementine Cafe with local food donated by farmers at the Harrisonburg Farmers Market, it’s sure to be delicious. It’s for a good cause too– all proceeds benefit the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank.

Grab a friend and encourage your co-workers to join you downtown as we kick off Food Day 2012 right!

Weds, October 24, 2012, 7-9am  | Clementine Cafe, 153 S. Main St. downtown Harrisonburg | More information coming soon about your local farmers supporting Food Day 2012

Where to Buy Tickets

$8 or a tool donation (see below)


subject to change based on produce availability

  • Yukon Gold Potato and Butternute Squash Hash
  • Pork Sausage
  • Apple Butter
  • Red Chili Sauce
  • Pumpkin Pancakes with Whipped Cream
  • Scrambled Eggs with Colby Cheese
  • Vegan Breakfast Items by Sunberry Baking Co.

Tool Donations

As an alternative to the $8 ticket cost, you can donate a tool for the Valley Crob Mob. These guys gather community members to help out at local farms once a month, where usually there’s a shortage of hands to help out with all the work. New or used tools are welcome as long as they are in working condition!

  • Shovels
  • Fence pounder
  • WVA toothpick
  • Wheel Barrows
  • Maul
  • Axes
  • Saw
  • Tree loper
  • Pole saw
  • Garden fork
  • Mattocks
  • Turf shovels
  • Soft rakes
  • Hard rakes
  • Grape hoe
  • Trowels
  • Soil testing kit

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