Chow Bella

Best excuse to dine out this weekend

If you're a fan of Maya Dailey's awesome produce from the Farm at South Mountain, check out the Farm's first annual Harvest Festival, this Sunday afternoon. The feast not only features a mouthwatering menu, but a portion of the proceeds will directly benefit Maya's Farm.

Check out the goods: housemade grilled “German Wurst," Power Ranches beef and Arizona bean chili, housemade pates and terrines, artisan and farmstead cheeses, Willcox, AZ, fall pears and apples, Anson Mills "coal fire" polenta, braised Maya's Farm greens, candied butternut squash, Granny Smith apple coleslaw, zucchini bread, corn bread, pumpkin bread, apple crisp, pear cobbler, carrot cake, and Black Mesa Ranch goat cheese cake.

Drooling yet?

There will also be a beer garden with local brews, including Four Peaks, Sonoran Brewery, and Oak Creek Brewery, live music from Paris James, and kids' activities. Tickets are $45 for adults (not including beer), and $20 for kids under 12. Call 480-471-5231 for reservations. The event runs from 2 to 6 p.m. on Sunday, November 4, at the Farm at South Mountain. (On 32nd Street just south of Southern.)

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Michele Laudig
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