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Salt Fire Smoke Food Festival

A three-day feast featuring food from talented chefs at White Hills Farm during the lavender harvest

Salt Fire Smoke


oin talented chefs and regional purveyors at the Salt Fire Smoke Food Festival on White Hills Farm in Georgia from June 2 to 4, 2023. Celebrate the harvest season and show your appreciation for the indispensable contribution of our farmers and craftsmen to the community. A sizable portion of proceeds will go directly back to White Hills Farm!

Friday, June 2
VIP ticket holders will enjoy an exclusive Chef’s Potluck dinner with top chefs, farmers, and craftsmen. This is an opportunity to build connections and relationships across the Salt Fire Smoke’s event team.

Saturday, June 3

 You’ll enjoy bites from eight exceptional chefs, with a rotating cocktail style dinner made with fresh local ingredients, amidst blooming lavender fields.

Sunday, June 4
Start the day with Coffee and pastries. This will be an opportunity to learn from the hard-working heritage farmers and craftsmen with presentations on their work. Learn about salt-harvesting, sausage-making, soap from buffalo tallow, mushroom-foraging and lavender harvest.

VIP Weekend Salt Fire Smoke Events Include:
Friday, June 2: Chef Potluck
June 3: Early admission to Dinner with VIP cocktail and canapés.
June 4th: Buffet-style brunch and VIP gift bag!

Field of lavender at White Hills Farm for the Salt Fire Smoke Food Festival

Don’t miss this chance to savor the fruits of the local farmers’ labor and connect with fellow food lovers, farmers, and artisans.

Purchase tickets to Salt Fire Smoke Food Festival here.

  • location

    White Hills Farm | Dearing, Georgia
  • date:

    June 02, 2023 – June 04, 2023
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