PRFM for the Holidays + More

Final 2012 Chef Demo 
with Peter Dale of The National
10:00 a.m. on 12/8

Chef Demos are sponsored by

Whole Foods Market

Y'all know Hugh Acheson. Meet Hugh's Executive Chef from his Athens restaurant The National—Peter Dale. No, really, you should come meet him this Saturday. A UGA grad, Peter decided to pursue his culinary passion shortly after college. With family heritage from Ecuador and Greece, he had experienced a diverse array of cuisines and was ready to get his start in the field. He began as an apprentice at Hugh's Five & Ten restaurant, with plans to attend culinary school thereafter. Instead, he chose travel as his education and spent time in Europe (mostly Spain) where he found further inspiration and honed his skills. In 2007, Dale and Hugh opened The National, combining their interests in cooking, travel, and food politics. The daily-changing menu features ingredients from local farms and pairs the seasons of Georgia with the flavors of Spain, France, North Africa, Greece, the eastern Mediterranean, and Middle East. This weekend you don't have to travel around the world, or even to Athens, to get a taste for Peter's fantastic dishes—you just have to stop by Peachtree Road Farmers Market for our last demo of the season!

Stocking Up (see what we did there?)
Just two more weeks of market time to stock up for winter! PRFM is open from 9am to 12pm Saturdays through December 15th, so come on by for all of your holiday needs—we’ve got food, gifts, or even food gifts. And don't forget about our incredible artist market—details below.

Holiday Artist Market
December 15th (look for us inside)

Give local this year, with choices from fine foods like bacon, hot chocolate, and artisanal jams to crafts from local artists (think handmade baskets, wood and glass creations, ceramics, pottery, jewelry, felt, scarves, silks, kids’ items, and more!). Just can’t decide? PRFM has gift cards, too. So, bring the family for some good food and special shopping this holiday. We’ll see you inside the Cathedral of St. Philip!

- Jennifer Maley