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Get Your Tickets for Chef Fest 2022

Harvest Green - Get Your Tickets for Chef Fest 2022

January 24, 2022

Get ready to clean your plate — Chef Fest returns to the Harvest Green Village Farm from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, April 10, on our Village Farm, 8939 Harlem Road.

Tickets are now on sale for the fifth annual food event celebrating the interrelationship of local agriculture and commercial kitchens by inviting local chefs to craft innovative dishes. 

Eight Houston-area chefs are slated to roll up their sleeves and demonstrate their passion for locally sourced ingredients. Each is known for their love of locally sourced ingredients and culinary creativity.

Serving up bites this year will be returning chef and Chopped Champion Evelyn Garcia (KIN) as well as Angelo Emiliani (Angie's Pizza and Café Louie), David Cordua (The Lymbar), Jeff Potts (93’Til), Martha Wilcox (Indianola), Michaelle Wallace (Gatlins BBQ), Paris Anton (Vegan AF(ish)) and Victoria Elizondo (Cochinita & Co.).

General admission is $90 for adults and $20 for children and include unlimited bites and five drink tickets.

Also available are VIP tickets that include one-hour early admission beginning at 11 a.m., an additional drink ticket, unlimited bites from all eight chefs plus additional food vendors, and entry to our Soft-Serve Add-On. activities. Cost is $135 for adults and $20 for children. Guests purchasing tickets from now to Sunday, Feb. 20, can receive an additional 20 percent off ticket prices by using the code 2022CFEARLYBIRD.” 

There will farm tours and live music throughout the day. Parking is not included. Outside food and drinks are not allowed.

This year, there will be added tasting opportunities outside of the bites prepared by our star chefs. Add-on activities can be reserved for an additional fee and include a Soft Serve Ice Cream Station with Fat Cat Creamery and Island Breeze Party Rentals, Quick Pickling and At-Home Fermentation with Chef Alvin Schultz and Kids Cooking Class with Chef's Jane Wild and Lindsey Fuquen. A limited number of these tickets are available.  

A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Houston Food System Collaborative (HFSC), which educates, advocates and grows regional food systems through a focus on sustainability, food access and food enterprise development.

We’re already hungry!

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