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Fire, Flour & Fork

November 2–5, 2017, Garden & Gun participated in the Fire, Flour & Fork festival in Richmond. From luncheons with guest chefs and educational culinary classes to an idyllic riverside barbecue fête, the Fire, Flour & Fork festival offered exceptional dining experiences with talent from around the country. Guests enjoyed flavors of the world and certainly left satisfied as Richmond delivered four full days of a food extravaganza.

 

Special Thanks:

Blade and Bow

Fire, Flour & Fork

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To kick off the Fire, Flour & Fork festivities, visiting chef Chris Hastings prepares a portion of the Reel Masters luncheon at Shagbark.

photo: Tyler Darden

Shagbark head chef Walter Bundy plates roasted clams to be served with a Blade and Bow New Fashioned cocktail.

photo: Tyler Darden

Guests enjoy a four-course plated meal prepared by all-star chefs Walter Bundy, Chris Hastings, and Jeremiah Bacon.

photo: Brandon Hambright

The team of Edwards Ham sets up for the Friday main event, Smoke on the Water, on the banks of the James River, featuring barbecue varieties from around the world.

photo: Brandon Hambright

Chefs get cooking at Smoke on the Water.

photo: Brandon Hambright

A pork belly steam bun represents Korean-style barbecue during the event.

photo: Brandon Hambright

A beautiful setting in Richmond for guests to enjoy a cocktail or neat pour from the all-new Blade and Bow Horse Trailer.

photo: Tyler Darden

A guest soaks in the cool fall evening with a Blade and Bow New Fashioned.

photo: Tyler Darden

Guests sip on Blade and Bow’s New Fashioned cocktails and neat pours served from the Horse Trailer throughout the night.

photo: Tyler Darden

Quirk Hotel head chef David Dunlap and event host Jason Tesauro plate the starting course for the Impossibles Brunch.

photo: Brandon Hambright

The Quirk Hotel, a Richmond gem, hosts a Sunday lunch during Fire, Flour & Fork featuring rare foods and difficult-to-find paired beverages.

photo: Brandon Hambright

Acclaimed chef Gabrielle Hamilton cohosts a lovely event at Merroir—Rappahannock Oyster Co.’s riverside restaurant known for its fresh oysters and clams.

photo: Tyler Darden

Chefs prepare a feast for guests at Merroir.

photo: Tyler Darden

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