Fauchere chef Brandon Grimila to talk about the farm-to-table movement


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  • “Broken Eggs” by Jean Baptiste (1756)




— You'll soon have a chance to meet local celebrity chef Brandon Grimila and learn the secret meaning of food in art.

Grimila, master chef from the Hotel Fauchere in Milford, will host a Q&A on the farm-to-table movement at the free “Food and Art” event to be held from 4 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 3, at the Artists Market Community Center, 114 Richardson Avenue, Shohola.

“Know What You’re Eating” is the movement’s mantra. Discussion will include how locally sourced food and drink may spell the end for a processed food empire that has limited choices in unhealthy ways.

There will also be an exhibit of classical art and a display of the work of contemporary artists, both related to the “Food in Art” theme. Want to know what the broken eggs symbolize in Jean Baptiste’s 1756 painting of the same name? You’ll find that out as well.

There will be complimentary refreshments, artwork of the masters, and the creations by local artists.

This event is sponsored by the Barryville Area Arts Association and made possible by a grant from the Richard L. Snyder Foundation administered by the Greater Pike Community Foundation.



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