Because of the diverse nature of the many different restaurants and chefs Brian Henry has worked under he is highly proficient at a wide range of cuisines.

Brian’s cooking is seasonal, inventive and smart, but in no way unapproachable or fussy. When he is coaxed out of the kitchen and starts talking about food, his passion and knowledge are instantly recognizable.

"Chef Brian Henry cooked a series of delicious appetizers for us as we sat around a table in the kitchen". Thanks

Tony Aspler, Wine writer

“Chef Brian Henry puts one hundred percent of his energy into going all the way.”

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Gastronomically yours,

Eastern Ontario Local Food Conference Announced

KINGSTON (ON)—The Eastern Ontario Local Food Conference is back for another year and it’s better than ever.

This year’s conference will take place on December 2 – 3, 2013 at the Ambassador Hotel and Conference Centre in Kingston.  It is hosted by Kingston Economic Development Corporation (KEDCO) in partnership with the Ministry of Agriculture and Food and the Ministry of Rural Affairs.

This year’s theme is “Innovation Driving Local Food.”  This is an appropriate theme since local food businesses are innovative in running their operations every day—they continuously adapt practices and look for partnerships to enhance this rapidly growing sector.

As always, the conference will provide a great opportunity to share information, learn from success stories and gather information on innovative local food businesses, projects and best practices.  The conference is designed to facilitate stronger relationships among local food groups, challenge obstacles to growth as well as provide technical information on key topics.

The program includes a Local Food Mobile Tour on December 2nd. The tour will allow delegates to explore and learn about local food enterprises in Kingston and the Frontenac area. An evening Welcome Reception, supported by the City of Quinte West and the City of Belleville, will highlight their ‘Cheddar and Ale Trail’ with complimentary sampling of local products.

December 3rd will feature a full day of information sharing and networking. Jim Slama (FamilyFarmed.org, Oak Park, Illinois) will set the tone with the keynote address focussing on innovative approaches that can be used to promote and stimulate local food activities. Subsequent plenary and concurrent sessions will provide a range of engaging topics. Clark Day (AquaTerra Restaubistro by Clark, Kingston) will wrap up the conference with an inspiring message of how local food has invigorated the culinary profession and presents opportunities for local food producers and processors to continue to engage and innovate.

For further details, please visit the website at http://business.kingstoncanada.com/en/localfoodconference.asp

For further information, please contact:

Jan Dines, Business Development Officer, Kingston Economic Development Corporation (KEDCO) at (613) 544-2725 ext. 7228

 

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