A taste of Flavor 574: Signs of spring on the food scene
Spring Goshen Dining Days was a Success
Nearly 2,000 diners came out for this year's second annual Goshen Dining Days. Fourteen restaurants in the Maple City crafted special entree options for the event, giving a portion of the proceeds The Window. Three restaurants helped rake in those dollars with their sandwich specials. Read Flavor 574 columnist Marshall King's story about which specials kept diners coming back for more here.
Fancy Four Course French Meal for Final Exam
Close to 200 Ivy tech students studying the culinary arts will put recently-acquired skills to the test with a final exam, in the form of a four course French meal. The students got back from a trip to Paris in March. There, they learned about French food and culture, and how to prepare it. Their big event is the 14th annual Culinary Arts Dinner Auction next week. You can partake in sampling their "exam"! Details here.
Historic Ice Cream Stand Reopening
A sure sign of spring when Goshen's ice cream stand, The Chief, opens back up for the season. The owners are already busy churning out dozens of gallons of the creamy stuff in anticipation of its April 18 opening. They're bringing back some new flavors they developed over the years. Find out which ones here!