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Farm To Plate Program Features Local Chefs
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  Originally Published on: 7/20/2014

The Shelby Farmer's Market is holding its second annual "Farm to Plate" program as part of its services. The program features local chefs using produce from the farmer's market in a public demonstration that aims to encourage people to step out of their comfort zone when preparing meals with their fresh produce.

"People get to learn something. They might learn something new that they haven't thought about doing," said Ed Pickens, owner of downtown Mansfield's Cafe on Main. "I like the interaction with the people and the questions that they have, and to see people learn new things and do new things with their food."

Other "Farm to Plate" guest chefs include Ontario Events Center's chef Michael Morton on August 2nd, Ohio Health MedCentral's chef Greg Brandes on August 23rd, and Doc's Deli chef Susan Vander Maas on September 6th.

   
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