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Tickets available March 20 for 2023’s Outstanding in the Field meal series at Coastside farms and a secret sea cove in Pescadero

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Doniga Markegard with the herd at Markegard Family Grass-Fed in Half Moon Bay. (Photo courtesy Federica Armstrong)

By Kate Bradshaw

Outstanding in the Field, a series of farm-to-table dining events, has announced that tickets for its 2023 tour go on sale March 20 at 9 a.m.

Of the scheduled events, many take place in Northern California, and several are local.

They are:
Saturday, May 13, 4 p.m. at Markegard Family Grass-Fed in Half Moon Bay ($375 per person). The host ranchers are Doniga and Erik Markegard, the guest chef will be Jim Denevan, founder of Outstanding in the Field, the guest producer is Chris Beyer of Veso, a San Francisco-based aperitif maker and guest winemakers will be Kim Ilsley Prince and Rea Prince of Prinsley wines.
Saturday, May 20, 3 p.m. at a secret sea cove in Pescadero ($425). The host fisherman is Hans Haveman of H&H Fresh Fish, the guest chef is Brad Briske of HOME, the guest producer is Anchor Brewing Company and the guest winemakers are Emily Virgil and Drew Huffine of Trail Marker Wine Company.
Sunday, May 21, 3 p.m. at a secret sea cove in Pescadero ($425). The host fisherman is Hans Haveman of H&H Fresh Fish, the guest chef is Greg Kuzia-Carmel of Camper and Canteen in Menlo Park, the guest producer is Samantha Sheehan of Mommenpop and the guest winemakers are Chenoa Ashton-Lewis and Will Basanta of Ashanta Wines.
Saturday, Nov. 4, 2 p.m. at a secret sea cove in Pescadero ($425). The host fisherman is Hans Haveman of H&H Fresh Fish, the guest chef is Adam Dulye of Brewers Association and the guest winemaker is Nicole Walsh of Ser Winery.
Sunday, Nov. 5, 1 p.m. at a secret sea cove in Pescadero ($425). The host fisherman is Hans Haveman of H&H Fresh Fish, the guest chef is Santos Majano and the guest winemaker is Megan Bell of Margins Wine.
• Sunday, Nov. 19, 1 p.m. at Pie Ranch in Pescadero ($395). The host farmers are Jered Lawson and Nancy Vail of Pie Ranch, the host forager is Todd Spanier of King of Mushrooms, the guest chef is Carlo Espinas and the guest winemaker is Claire Hill of Claire Hill Wines.

The event series runs through Northern California in the late spring, with events planned in Santa Cruz, Carmel, Petaluma, Healdsburg and Soquel, while the tour continues through the summer into the Pacific Northwest, Canada, the Rockies, Europe, Midwest and Northeast before circling back to California in the fall.

Outstanding in the Field was started in 1999 by artist Jim Denevan and is intended to help diners connect with the source of their food and celebrate the people involved with food production, including chefs, fisherpeople, farmers, cheesemakers, vintners and brewers.
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Posted by Ming Lee, a resident of Charleston Gardens,
on Mar 15, 2023 at 3:39 pm

Ming Lee is a registered user.

Too expensive! Only for rich people with money to burn.

$425.00 can feed my family of 5 (one baby) for a month.


Posted by Lenora Peters, a resident of Barron Park,
on Mar 17, 2023 at 11:37 am

Lenora Peters is a registered user.

I cannot imagine any sound person spending $400 for a foo-foo dining experience unless they (1) have excess money to burn, (2) are effete food snobs, or (3) are braggarts who enjoy talking about how much they paid for minimal amounts of overpriced menu items.


Posted by Pauline Wick, a resident of Barron Park,
on Mar 17, 2023 at 1:55 pm

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