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From farm to fork: dinner highlights Pontiac producers

 Diners were treated to local beer and wine offerings to wash down their home-grown meal, while listening to a Pontiac musician at the Farm to Fork Harvest Dinner on Friday night. Organizer Brittney Morin said that the evening was a way to showcase the products of the region’s agriculture industry.
Friday evening, the Pontiac SADC put on a meal in the middle of rue Saint-Jacques in Chapeau that featured food and drink from the local area. From left: Chef Souren Wannis, organizer Brittney Morin, chef Michele Gagnon.

Caleb Nickerson
ALLUMETTES ISLAND
Sept. 22, 2017
On Friday, 70 farmers and agricultural producers from across the Pontiac gathered in the middle of rue Saint-Jacques in Chapeau for an evening of homegrown food and drink.
Dubbed the ‘Farm to Fork Harvest Dinner,’ the menu for the evening was written and produced by chef Souren Wannis of the Bryson Bistro du Bucheron in Fort Coulonge and featured vegetables, wine and other products from 12 local businesses.

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