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Ohio Farm Bureau is an official sponsor of the 2009 Fabulous Food Show, the Midwest’s largest consumer food and wine show. Returning to the I-X Center in Cleveland Nov. 13 to 15, the show’s celebrity chefs this year include Guy Fieri, Bobby Flay, Tyler Florence, Sandra Lee and Michael Symon. Executive chefs and national and local food personalities will perform, including Our Ohio contributor Marilou Suszko Nov. 13 at 4 p.m. on the Culinary Celebration stage. Taste, try and buy specialty and gourmet foods from more than 250 exhibitors in the Market Place. Sip and swirl over 250 wines in the Grand Tasting Pavilion and get your favorite chef’s cookbook signed at the Celebrity Autograph Pavilion. Don’t forget to stop by the Ohio Farm Bureau booth #105 in the Market Place and see a great performance on the Taste of the Neighborhood Stage. Ohio Farm Bureau members can get special discounts for the show. Receive $2 off admission by purchasing tickets online with promo code OFB2 or showing your Ohio Farm Bureau membership card at the I-X Center Box Office. Tickets are $27.50 at the door; parking is $8. Members also can enjoy a half-priced appetizer in the Fabulous Bistro with the voucher coming in the November/December Our Ohio magazine. Show your Ohio Farm Bureau membership card and valid photo ID to receive 15 percent off your total purchase in the bookstore at the show. For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit fabulousfoodshow.com or call 216-265-COOK.
Coming in the next ‘Our Ohio’ magazine
In the November/December Our Ohio magazine, read about edamame grower Charles Fry from Seneca County, Stark County Farm Bureau’s assistance with a vegetable garden at the Stark County Jail and environmentally friendly ways to harvest timber, plus meet Muskingum County farm couple Rob and Bobbi Vernon and enjoy recipes using cheese.
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