“I am honored that Table 100 will once again have the opportunity to host these amazing chefs as we showcase the best Mississippi has to offer,” said Executive Chef Mike Römhild.
Flowood, MS (PRWEB) August 10, 2016
Table 100 in Flowood will celebrate farming in Mississippi and the bounty of the season at their Fifth Annual Farm to Table 100 Dinner on Wednesday, August 31. The interactive meal will allow guests to sample some of Mississippi’s best locally sourced food while providing the opportunity to meet and talk with the farmers.
“We are so excited to celebrate our fifth year of presenting the Farm to Table 100 dinner,” said Mary Allen Bennett, sales manager for Table 100. “This event originally began as a sit-down dinner. Last year, we designed it so that farmers, chefs, and guests could meet and mingle. The response was very positive. We are pleased to be able to bring that back again this year.”
Table 100 Executive Chef Mike Römhild will be joined by chefs from all the Eat Here Brands restaurants. Guest chefs will include Cristian Rodriguez of Babalu Jackson, Eric Bartholomew of Babalu Birmingham, Daniel Flores of Babalu Memphis, Warren Weiss of Babalu Knoxville, and David Krogin of Interim Restaurant & Bar in Memphis. Table 100 Sous Chefs Jamie Patrick, Stephen Kruger, and Melissa Ellis will also participate. Eat Here Brands is the parent company of Table 100.
“I am honored that Table 100 will once again have the opportunity to host these amazing chefs as we showcase the best Mississippi has to offer,” said Römhild. “Each of us takes pride in using fresh seasonal produce and locally sourced meat and seafood in all the dishes we prepare for our guests.”
During the event, guests will enjoy live entertainment and cocktails while visiting eight interactive food stations. Farmers and purveyors from all across Mississippi will be represented, including Bobkat Farms in Florence, Remington-Lott Farms in Canton, Salad Days in Flora, Reyer Farms in Lena, Delta Blues Rice in Ruleville, Mississippi Bees Honey in Flora, Simmons Catfish in Yazoo City, Grit Girl Grits in Oxford, Kin Growers in Rolling Fork, Two Dog Farms, also in Flora, Cockrell Farmer's Market in Brandon, Gil’s Bread in Ridgeland, Mississippi Cold Drip in Jackson, as well as Atlanta-based Inland Seafood. Mississippi Commissioner of Agriculture Cindy Hyde Smith, who has been a guest of honor in years past, will also be in attendance.
Proceeds from Farm to Table 100 will benefit Farm Families of Mississippi, a group of organizations, companies, and individuals that promote Mississippi agriculture. Farm to Table 100 will be held from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $95 and can be purchased by calling 601-933-2720.