It wasn’t a door prize, it was a cornucopia!

What a wonderful evening! Green Drinks brought out about 120 people, great conversation, new connections and . . . an amazing door prize!

Or should I say, four door prizes! With the incredible support and generosity from the local food community, Green Drinks may have had the most coveted door prize in Edmonton. To all the individuals and organizations who donated: Thank you!     Here is the full door prize list:

Cupcakes from Sweet Stuff Cakes

A dozen happy, free range hen eggs from Good Note Community Farm

Natural Lip Balm from Prairie Dawn Natural Body Products

A cooking class for two from Chef Parker

Spelt flour, Flax, Pancake mix and Sturgen River Cereal from Gold Forest Grains

Pumpkin Pie Ale from Alley Kat Brewery

Calgary honeycomb from Calgary’s Backyard Bees.

Pickled Asparagus from Mojo Jojo Pickles

Fresh pressed apple cider, spiced Saskatoon jam and two memberships from Operation Fruit Rescue Edmonton (OFRE)

Up to 10 cubic yards of nature made compost from Organic Soil & Clean-it Green-it

Honey from Parkland Conservation honey

$20 Acme Meat gift certificate, $25 Prairie Mill Bread Co. and Irving Farm Fresh hat, vest and golf shirt from an anonymous Local Food Fan 

Hard apple cider from Kevin Kossowan

Garden squash and cherry tomatoes from Wild Green Garden Consulting

To see more of the photos from last night’s Green Drinks click here.

Join us for the November’s Green Drinks – Celebrating YEG Arts & Crafts. And yes, we are now accepting donations for next month’s door prize!

2 thoughts on “It wasn’t a door prize, it was a cornucopia!”

  1. Is there anyway you can put a TWITTER button & FACEBOOK like button on your Blog, so that it can be shared on those social media channels? Some folks also use a google+ button. Thanx Local Good!

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