Thursday, October 13, 2011

Food Events @ Penn

Reading Terminal Market Harvest Festival
What: Fall is here, and that means it's harvest time! Celebrate the foods of the Pennsylvania harvest at the Market's 11th Annual Harvest Festival. Filbert Street will be closed to vehicle traffic and transformed into an urban farm with hay bales and corn stalks. Kids and adults alike will have the chance to climb on an authentic farm tractor for a hay ride around the Market, take a walk through a pumpkin patch, and enjoy freshly made donuts, locally grown seasonal fruits and vegetables, candy apples, and more. Check out last year's coverage to know what to expect!
Where: Reading Terminal Market, 51 North 12th Street
When: Saturday, October 15; 10 am to 4 pm

Brew Debut by Yards Brewing Company
What: Yards Brewing Company will debut its new Cerebus Triple Wet Hop IPA. Cerebus was brewed using fresh “wet” hops (24 hours from picking to brewing) from the Pacific Northwest including Citra, Chinook and Amarillo varieties. The event will be pay-as-you-go.
Where: Percy Street Barbecue, 900 South Street
When: Tuesday, October 18; 7 to 11 pm

2011 TASTE Philadelphia Festival
What: A festival celebrating food, wine and spirits featuring cooking demonstrations and live music. Get tickets here
Where: Valley Forge Convention Center
When: October 21-23
Cost: Varies by day. $10 off with discount code "samba"

Film Screening: Pressure Cooker
What: Join Urban Nutrition Initiative for a dinner and film screening of Pressure Cooker, a documentary about three Philadelphia high schoolers competing in a citywide cooking competition.
Where: Claudia Cohen Terrace Room
When: Monday, October 17 6 to 8:30 pm
Cost: Free

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