Location: Walk of Champions, World Gold Hall of Fame
Event Type: Indoor/Outdoor, Rain or shine
Attire & Info: Casual attire, 21 years and over
NEW for 2023 – all-inclusive tickets include a souvenir glass for unlimited beverage tastings and delicious culinary samplings. A fun afternoon of culinary and beverage tastings, with live music in the beautiful surroundings of the Walk of Champions, the centerpiece of the World Golf Hall of Fame. Tickets include a souvenir tasting cup for unlimited beverage tastings.
The Walk of Champions and the World Golf Hall of Fame will be filled with a variety of exhibitors, from artisans and farmers, over 300 varieties of beverages, including wines, spirits and beers. Some of the local area and South’s best restaurants and food trucks will offer a variety of culinary options.
Enjoy Demonstration Stages featuring chef and beverage demos, with limited tasting sampling available. The stage will feature opportunities to learn more about cocktails, craft brews and spirits, cooking hacks and more! *Limited to the first 200 people present for each stage session.
Don’t miss the fantastic live music on the Jacksonville Magazine Music Stage!
**FREE parking, 21 & older only event, no pets allowed.
A Sampling of 2022 Participants
“Kentucky Derby Hat Contest”
• 2:30 pm - Jacksonville Magazine Music Stage
Don your best and most creative hats for the “Kentucky Derby Hat Contest” open to women and men! Saturday, May 7, Main Event at 2:30 pm on Jacksonville Magazine Music Stage. Winner receives 4 VIP Lounge Tickets for the 2023 St. Augustine Food + Wine Festival and a Dozen Red Roses! Time to get creative and Run for the Roses!!!
“Southern Living Stage”
(Featuring Rebecca Lang, Author and Southern Living Magazine Celebrity Ambassador)
• 1:15 pm – 2:00 pm
PLANET-FRIENDLY FISH ‘n GRITS
herb-crusted local and sustainable fish, signature core values chutney, single origin grits, fussy garnishes
In this demonstration, Chef Hari will prepare one of his signature dishes. As always, the dish leads with flavor and a regional sensibility. Additionally, there will be focused emphases on sustainable seafood, reducing food waste, and cross-polinating culinary influences.
• 2:15 pm – 3:00 pm
Summer Suppers with Friends
There’s no better time to entertain than summer nights! Learn recipes that still leave you time to enjoy your guests and have fun at your own party! A good host never stays in the kitchen. Rebecca will give you hosting confidence with hints on everything from chilling wine in minutes to keeping guests cool outside to accurately gauging how much your guests will really eat and drink. Get your invitations ready!
Orange and Cilantro Slaw
Easy Oats and Peach Cobbler
• 3:15 pm – 4:00 pm
“Bress ‘n’ nyam means ‘bless and eat’ in the Gullah language, and Raiford’s book is both a celebration of his homecoming and an introduction to Gullah Geechee culture and cuisine.
More than 100 heirloom recipes from a dynamic chef and farmer working the lands of his great-great-great grandfather.From Hot Buttermilk Biscuits and Sweet Potato Pie to Salmon Cakes on Pepper Rice and Gullah Fish Stew, Gullah Geechee food is an essential cuisine of American history. It is the culinary representation of the ocean, rivers, and rich fertile loam in and around the coastal South. From the Carolinas to Georgia and Florida, this is where descendants of enslaved Africans came together to make extraordinary food, speaking the African Creole language called Gullah Geechee. In this groundbreaking and beautiful cookbook, Matthew Raiford pays homage to this cuisine that nurtured his family for seven generations.