meet three chefs

Chef Mathew Bolton Chef Mathew Bolton, a SUNY Adirondack alum, helps students experience what it takes to plan, prepare and serve in the fast-paced environment of a real restaurant. From cooking, prepping, baking, expediting, ordering, costing, and managing, wine/...

meet four farms

Meet the farms that chef Kim Klopstock is sourcing her food from   Pleasant Valley Farm sells over 90% of their produce directly to customers at local farmers’ markets and the rest to local outlets and renowned farm-to-table restaurants. They have been farming...

meet two chefs and two farms

Meet the chefs of Two Birds Marketplace!   Pam Imbesi: Pam has over 20 years of baking experience and is self-taught. As a stay-at-home mom to her three daughters, she taught herself how to make speciality cakes, breads and bagels. She went back to work making...

meet a chef and a farmer

Meet Chef and Farmer, Gordon Sacks! Checkout our interview with Chef Sacks to learn why he supports eating local and why he is part of the Feast of the Fields team! https://www.saratogaplan.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/IMG_4454-1.mp4   Chef Gordon Sacks is the...

Farms and Vendors of Feast 2019

Volunteer chefs partner with wonderful area farms to create unique, delicious, and healthy dishes. Local vendors supply a wide range of products for your sampling pleasure.  Saratoga PLAN is extremely grateful for community effort and the contributions made by our...

meet a chef and two farms

Chef Dan Spitz We are delighted to have Chef Dan Spitz return for this year’s Feast of the Fields. He is the private chef and owner of FatNHappy, LLC catering in the Capital Region. Chef Dan spent the majority of his early years in Portland, Oregon, where he worked...