October 19, 2015 Slideshows » News & Opinion, Chow

Farm-to-Table Gourmet Picnic at Mission Garden 

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Heather Hoch
The tables were set with rosemary and pecans at the Mission Garden.
Heather Hoch
Ken Harvey served chili and cornbread.
Heather Hoch
Doug Levy of Feast offered his take on the autumnal harvest.
Heather Hoch
Prep & Pastry's corn masa cookies served a local twist to classic shortbread style.
Heather Hoch
Unlike many gourmet food events, veggies were the star of the show.
Heather Hoch
But Time Market's heritage grain bread was good too.
Heather Hoch
Sweet melon gazpacho was an unexpectedly sweet treat.
Heather Hoch
Sangria paired well with the dishes served.
The lush Mission Garden was the centerpiece of the event.
Heather Hoch
Long community tables filled up quickly with excited guests.
Heather Hoch
Live music kept diners' in good spirits.
Heather Hoch
Grilling locally raised beef at the base of A Mountain.
Heather Hoch
47 Ranch served up samples of their grassfed beef.
Heather Hoch
This unique event showcased the talent on the farms and in the kitchens of Tucson.
Heather Hoch
Almost everything served at the Mission Garden was sourced locally.
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Heather Hoch
The tables were set with rosemary and pecans at the Mission Garden.

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