QUINCY — The freshest, most creative dishes, rock-funk music and wine: what more can you ask for in an event leading up to Quincy’s Farmer Consumer Awareness Days.
White Heron Cellars in Trinidad will host its fifth annual Chefs Challenge, an Iron Chef style event, starting at 6 p.m. Friday. Three local chefs will sort through piles of locally produced foods and prepare one spontaneous dish after another, from appetizers to desserts.
The $25 admission price gets you in to watch the chefs — Dave Toal of Ravenous Catering, Richard Kitos of Ivy Wild and Amilee Cappel-Olsen from Chelan — and then dine on their creations while listening Cascade Mountain Funk musice by Mugsy’s Grove. Of course, you’ll be able to purchase White Heron wine. This is a family event and children under age 13 are admitted free.
White Heron Cellars is located at 23832 Fine Wine Rd. NW. For more information, call (509) 797-9463.
Farmer Consumer Awareness Days continues Saturday and Sunday in Quincy.