[Sust-mar] Taste Our Island Roving Feast

Phil Ferraro adapt at pei.aibn.com
Fri Sep 18 07:31:16 EDT 2015

The ninth annual Taste Our Island awards ceremony, 'The Roving Feast' is 
set for Friday September 25.
The Taste  Our Island Award has become a highly sought after recognition 
and the Roving Feast is considered by many as one of the top Fall 
Flavours Festival events.

Please forward  this email and/or the attached news release to friends 
and colleagues and invite  them to come join us at the Roving Feast!

/News Release/

September 2015

*Finalists named for Taste our Island Award***


Prince Edward Island has developed a world-class reputation for culinary 
cuisine rooted firmly in the rich red soil and clear blue waters that 
define both the province's beauty and character.**

Since 2007, the PEI ADAPT Council has been honoring restaurants that 
have gone the extra mile to both use and promote local products. Each 
year, the council invites those who patronize Island eating 
establishments to submit nominations.

Award coordinator, Nancy Willissaid she was very pleased with the number 
and quality of nominations this year. She said, over 150 nominations 
came in and that 35 establishments met the awardcriteria. A panel of 
judges then picked out the nine finalists who will preparing dishes from 
their menu at the Taste Our Island Roving Feast September 25 at the 
Charlottetown Hotel.

This year’snominees include the Mill at New Glasgow (Emily Wells); The 
Kitchen Witch Tea Room, Long River (Geoff and Debbie Crowther); Eden's 
Gate, Georgetown (Bobbie-Joe MacLean); Juice Box Cafe, Montague (Jana 
Ferris); The Pearl Eatery, North Rustico(Maxine Delaney); Leonhard's 
Cafe and Bakery,Charlottetown (Chris Ruprecht); Terra Rouge Bistro 
Marche, Charlottetown(John Pritchard); Papa Joe's, Charlottetown (Irwin 
MacKinnon) andSim's Oyster bar and Steak House, Charlottetown (Kyle Paton).

The winner will receive a full page article in the 2016 PEI Island 
Visitors’ Guide .Runners up are also featured in thumbnail photos along 
the bottom of the Tourism Guidebook page along with a single sentence 
description.As a testament to how committed many Island eating 
establishments have become, many of the previous finalists say that they 
award is highly sought after and the recognition they receive has 
substantially benefited their businesses.

Nancy said the Roving Feast, which is a signature event of the Fall 
Flavours Festival, offers a unique culinary experience. Each of the nine 
finalists has a station set up around the room (at the Charlottetown 
Hotel) and diners can sample their mouth watering dishes throughout the 

"It's like eating at nine of the best restaurants on PEI in one 
evening," Willis said.

There is a limit of 150 tickets and they are available by calling Nancy 
at (902) 367-0390 or online at fallflavours.ca.


Phil Ferraro,
Prince Edward Island ADAPT Council and Bioenterprise Maritimes
c/o The Farm Centre, 420 University Avenue, Room 103
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island Canada  C1A 7Z5
Phone: (902) 368-2005; Fax:  (902) 368-1570
Email:phil at peiadapt.com;phil.ferraro at bioenterprise.ca

Internet:www.peiadapt.com  andwww.bioenterprise.ca

The Mission of the PEI ADAPT Council is to help agri-entrepreneurs grow.
Our vision is a thriving agricultural industry that is sustainable and diverse.

"Fostering Innovation. Fueling the Bioeconomy."

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