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Gourmet News March 2016

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GOURMET NEWS MARCH 2016 www.gourmetnews.com SMORGASBORD SMORGASBORD 2 7 Bannex 10 www.bannex.com 800.234.5932 Mizkan Americas, Inc. 5 www.mizkan.com 800.323.4358 Billie-Ann Plastics 21 www.billieannplastics.com 888.245.5432 Busha Browne 27 www.bushabrowne.com 201.947.1000 EU5 22 www.legendsofeurope.eu Indonesia Trade Promotion Center Los Angeles 23 www.embassyofindonesia.org 213.387.7041 Jelly Belly 9 www.jellybelly.com 1.800.522.3267 Le Gruyere 7 www.gruyere.com/en/ Mad Will's Food Company 3 www.madwills.com 530.823.8527 Ocean Beauty Seafood 18 www.oceanbeauty.com 206.317.7531 Pastificio Felicetti 21 www.felicetti.it/en/ 631.0462.501225 Rabbit Creek Products 20 www.rabbitcreekgourmet.com 800.837.3073 Robert Rothschild Farm 28 www.robertrothschild.com 800.356.8933 Saltworks 19 www.seasalt.com 800.353.7258 Stonewall Kitchen 2 www.stonewallkitchen.com 888.326.5678 SweetStacks LLC 24 www.sweetstacks.com 619.997.1097 Wind & Willow 20 www.windandwillow.com 888.427.3235 CALENDAR March 6-8, 2016 Seafood Expo North America Boston, Massachusetts www.seafoodexpo.com/north-america March 7-10, 2016 International Pizza Expo Las Vegas, Nevada www.pizzaexpo.com March 9-13, 2016 Natural Products Expo West Anaheim, California http://www.expowest.com/ew16/ public/enter.aspx March 11-13, 2016 CoffeeFest New York New York, New York www.coffeefest.com April 13-15, 2016 SIAL Canada Montreal, Canada https://sialcanada.com/en/ April 25-28,2016 Alimentaria International Food & Drinks Exhibition Barcelona, Spain http://www.alimentaria-bcn.com/ en/alimentaria-2016 May 1-3, 2016 Bakery Showcase Toronto, Canada www.baking.ca May 5-7, 2016 SIAL China Shanghai, China www.sialchina.com May 7-12, 2016 IFFA Frankfurt am Main, Germany http://iffa.messefrankfurt.com/frankfurt/en/ aussteller/willkommen.html May 24-26, 2016 Sweets & Snacks Expo Chicago, Illinois www.sweetsandsnacks.com June 26-28, 2016 Summer Fancy Food Show New York, New York https://www.specialtyfood.com/ shows-events/summer-fancy-food-show/ October 8-11, 2016 IBIE: International Baking Industry Exposition Las Vegas, Nevada www.ibie2016.org ADVERTISER INDEX ADVERTISER PAGE WEBSITE PHONE Oregon to Celebrate Cheese Oregon-inspired culinary events, includ- ing a farmer's market-style artisan food, beer and wine festival, will kick off with the "Meet the Cheesemakers and Wine- makers Dinner" at the Oregon Cheese Festival during the third weekend in March. For tickets go to http://ore- goncheesemakersdinner.bpt.me/. To commence the festival, a sumptu- ous meal introducing guests to partici- pating guild cheesemakers will be held Friday night at the Inn at the Commons in Medford, Oregon on March 18 from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. The dinner is held for GOURMET MARKETPLACE A Special Advertising Section e traditional spicy-sweet condiment. Based on Jamaica's legendary scotch bonnet pepper. Use Original with meats or cream cheese; tart Lime suits seafood; pair Ginger with Chinese or Indian dishes. Busha Browne's. Fresh ingredients, artisan quality... Tradition preserved. Busha Browne 201.947.1000 www.bushabrowne.com the benefit of the non-profit 501 (c) (6) Oregon Cheesemakers Guild. Each course will spotlight a cheese made by one of the festival's artisans, paired with a local wine or beer. The special guest and Master of Ceremonies for the dinner will be Gordon Edgar, author of both "Cheesemonger: a Life on the Wedge" and "Cheddar." Edgar is the Head Cheesemonger for the San Francisco Rainbow Grocery Cooperative and has been a leader within the specialty cheese industry for more than 20 years. He is widely celebrated for his friendly, down- to-earth approach to the art and science of cheese. Saturday, March 19 – Festival At the festival on Saturday March 19 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., thousands of vis- itors will sample cow, goat and sheep cheese from Oregon creameries, includ- ing Pholia Farm, Ancient Heritage Dairy, Oregon State University, Ochoa Cream- ery, Tillamook County Creamery, Willamette Valley Cheese Co., Fern's Edge Goat Dairy, Oak Leaf Creamery, Rivers Edge Chevre, Briar Rose Cream- ery, Face Rock Creamery, Portland Creamery, Rogue Creamery, and many others. The Oregon Cheese Festival will be open to the public Saturday, March 19 from 10:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Rogue Creamery, 311 North Front St. (Hwy. 99), Central Point, Oregon. Held under two large tents, 15,000 square feet of space, at Rogue Creamery's Central Point facility, the twelfth annual festival will invite guests to shake hands with cheese- makers and other artisans. There will also be baby cows on site to showcase the beginnings of great milk producers! Activities will also be provided for chil- dren including games, activity sheets, coloring, face painting and more. "The farmer's market format will present an interactive experience between makers and visitors, giving everyone an oppor- tunity to talk about the product, the process and learn each individual cheesemaker's story," says David Grem- mels, President of Rogue Creamery. "It's a way to truly be connected with the source of the cheese being presented." Southern Oregon and other local culi- nary artisans and beverage providers who are expected to participate include Lillie Belle Farms, Gary West Meats, Ap- plegate Valley Artisan Breads, Ledger David Cellars, South Stage Cellars, Serra Vineyards, Caprice Vineyards, Willamette Valley Vineyards, David Hill Winery, La Brasseur Vineyard, 30 Brix Winery, Wandering Aengus Ciders, Hot Lips Soda, Clear Creek Distillery, Bend Distillery, Wild River Brewing, Sierra Ne- vada Brewing and Rogue Ales. Samples and/or sales will be offered at each booth. A $15 entry fee includes tastings and demonstrations; tickets purchased at the door will be $20. Entry tickets can be purchased in advance athttp://ore- goncheeseguild.org/event/12th-annual- oregon-cheese-festival/. In addition, a $10 wine, beer and spirit tasting fee is available and includes a commemorative glass with the Oregon Cheese Guild logo. For more information, visit the Oregon Cheese Guild website at www.oregoncheeseguild.org, call Rogue Creamery at 866.396.4704, or visit www.roguecreamery.com. The festival would not be possible without the gen- erous support of the city of Central Point, Travel Medford, and the Dairy Farmers of Oregon, Oregon Department of Agriculture, the Oregon Economic & Community Development Department, USA Pear Bureau, Rogue Ales, Wander- ing Aengus Ciderworks, Culture maga- zine, Cheese Connoisseur magazine, and the members of the Oregon Cheese Guild. GN

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