WOLFVILLE, N.S. — Chefs from across the country are gearing up for the third-annual Canadian Chefs’ Congress, a two-day biennial event to be held on the Land of Evangeline Family Camping Resort in Wolfville, N.S., from Sept. 17 to 18.
“This year’s event will celebrate the rich culinary history and influence of Acadian culture in Canada and the world and also feature a focus on the importance and struggle of the small family farm,” said Michael Stadtländer, Congress president, of the event that unites chefs from across the country to share, learn and cook in a “celebratory atmosphere.”
The event’s keynote speakers will be Michael Ableman from Foxglove Farm on Salt Spring Island, B.C. and David Cohlmeyer, founder of Cookstown Greens in Alliston, Ont. And, this year, ticketed events to a Single-Malt Luncheon and Homegrown Pig Roast will be open to the public.
For more details, visit canadianchefscongress.com.