Last year was our first Field to Fork—an elegant, locally sourced fine dining experience in a historic barn. This sold-out event was so popular we invited guest chef Amanda Hague to return.
A fifth generation Chase County resident and nationally recognized culinary artist, Amanda Hague has a strong following of food connoisseurs. Fans call her a food “savant.”
Field to Fork will be held Saturday, August 5, in the 1915 barn at Pioneer Bluffs. Appetizers and drinks will be served at 6:00 p.m. with dinner at 7:00 p.m.
As co-founder of the popular Ad Astra restaurant in Strong City, Amanda had visitors from Wichita and Kansas City making the trek to enjoy her creative dishes. With Amanda at the helm, Ad Astra caught the attention of New York Times food writer, Seth Kugel, and was listed as one of the best places to eat in Kansas by Saveur Magazine.
Amanda has embarked on a new adventure, bringing her unique style to the newly popular food truck business. Amanda’s Surly Mermaid Food Truck was created from a shiny vintage 1956 Airstream.
Local food guru, Tracey Graham, also returns to Field to Fork to source local food that meets top quality stringent expectations of both Tracey and Amanda. Tracey has arranged for area growers to raise unique specialties for your enjoyment.
Only 60 seats available, and are $135 each (of which $100 is a tax deductible contribution). Register today online at pioneerbluffs.org or mail a check to Pioneer Bluffs.