Menu of the Year Awarded: The Weston A. Price Foundation International Conference

For the second year in a row, the Journal of Natural Food and Healing has awarded the Menu of the Year to the chefs, menu planners and donors of the naturally produced farm food for The Weston A. Price Foundation’s International conference to be held November 11-14, near Philadelphia. (Okay, we did not look at any other menus– but how could you beat this one?)

If things go right, an attempt to beat this one, at least in many categories, may be sponsored by the Journal and Living Food– our new bulletin.  This would be prepared by three-time winner Gold Medal award winner of the International Olympics in Culinary Arts- Chef Fetty– at an undisclosed world-class resort in the heart of the world’s largest Amish country. (Okay it may be dinner of just 4– even though the dining area can seat 150 ) He is already using local naturally grown foods and wants to upgrade more.)

Of course, many of our readers will be there, as well as ARMi Facebook folks, including myself. I am going to hear Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride on autism recovery and a full-day session on Homeopathy on Monday. Here are some examples of some of the menus that match the caliber of speakers for the 3-day event, including icon Joel Salatin speaking at “Everything I Want to Eat is Illegal” banquet dinner.

I am wondering how many readers are going, have gone before, or who may want to plan to come next year. You should leave a comment to that affect or any other comment. You may review the Agenda here or by clicking the  Banner to the left.

BREAKFAST EXAMPLE
Horsemen Trails Farm Pastured Tunis Lamb Breakfast Sausage Links
Pennsylvania Pastured Pork Breakfast Sausage
Thankful Harvest Grass-fed TenderHeart Beef Breakfast Sausage

Pennsylvania Pastured Pork
French Toast with Atwater’s Sourdough Cranberry Pecan Bread

Miller’s Organic Farm Maple Syrup

SUNDAY BRUNCH – A Grateful Harvest
Ingredients & Donors

Vegetable Frittata with Copper Creek Farms

Pastured Eggs and Green Hills Farm Beyond Organic Cheddar

Assortment of Sausages:

Horsemen Trails Farm Pastured Tunis Lamb Breakfast Sausage Links
Pennsylvania Pastured Pork Breakfast Sausage
Thankful Harvest Grass-fed TenderHeart Beef Breakfast Sausage
Pennsylvania Pastured Pork
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French Toast with Atwater’s Sourdough Cranberry Pecan Bread

Miller’s Organic Farm Maple Syrup

Chaffin Family Orchards Small Batch Apricot and Peach Jams

Grass-fed Butter

Canal Junction Farmstead Cream Whipped With Really Raw Honey

Vital Choice Wild Alaskan Salmon Lox
Assortment of Cheeses:

Canal Junction Farmstead Charloe and Flat Rock Raw Milk Cheeses
Chapel’s Country Creamery’s
Bay Blue Cheese
Farmstead Fresh Ooh La La Cheese
Finger Lakes Dexter Creamery Artisanal Farmstead Probiotic Kefir Cheese
Farm Fromage Raw Goat and Cow Milk
Hope Spring Farm Sharp Raw Milk Cheddar
Meadowbreeze Farm Mushroom Leek Cheese
Mike & Judy Mudrak’s High Alpine Swiss Cheese
Organic Pastures Dairy Company Truly Raw Cheddar
Spring Gap Mountain Creamery Shenandoah Sunrise Tomme
Spring Gap Mountain Creamery Jersey Gold Gouda
Spring Bank Acres Cheddar
Spring Bank Acres Tomato Basil Cheddar
The Family Cow Swiss Raw Milk Cheese
The Family Cow Italian Cheddar Raw Milk Cheese
Assortment of Charcuterie:

Pennsylvania Pastured Pork Liver Terrine
Sunny Crest Pastured Grass-fed Summer Sausage
Mint Creek Farm Pastured Pork Ham
Lavosh Crackers

Assortment of Lacto-Fermented Vegetables:

Caldwell’s Fermented Garlic Flowers
Fermenti Artisan Apple Ginger Kraut
Real Pickles Organic Dill Pickles
Real Pickles Organic Ginger Carrots
Nourishing Traditional Cook Pineapple Mango Chutney
Sliced Melon
Selina Naturally Hawaiian Deep Sea Salt Grinders, Large Light Grey Celtic Sea Salt Grinders and Portuguese Sea Salt Grinders
Seagreens Organic Mineral Salt Shakers

Beverages: Kane’s Kombucha
Dutch Meadows Certified Organic 100% Grassfed Dutch Belt Raw Milk
Soothin’ Infusion Tea and Artesian Well Water of Pennsylvania

GLUTEN-FREE/CASEIN FREE MENUS

Living Food, our new paper bulletin at http://ishop.livingfood.us/.– is a way for you to support our work and we give a free sample before you are asked to give $10.

The much delayed iShop of the Journal will be up and running in October and offers you some of the best in eBooks for instant downloadable health and nutrition!

11 responses to “Menu of the Year Awarded: The Weston A. Price Foundation International Conference

  1. The WAPF Conference is the ONLY event I can travel to and NOT bring my own food! It is heaven to be served food as good or better than I can make myself. I think they deserve this award!

    • The attendees are fully taken care of, They feel safe eating the great food, as opposed to hotel or fast food. For $400 bucks, you get that much in value of food.

  2. The best food ever! I have gone to two conferences and have to say the food in San Francisco was better than last year, but it was still amazing. This menu looks amazing and I wish I was going this year, but it’s just too far to travel for me right now. Hopefully the conference will return to the west coast soon🙂

  3. Thanks for the big thumbs up about the menu Augie! This year, we’ll be using the whole pig – 15 of them to be exact. 600 dozen eggs, 200 lbs of lox – oh, I’ve been doing my grocery shopping, and our donors have been so fabulous! I’m glad to give them the extra exposure at the “J”. Thanks for your help! Hugs!

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  5. Sylvia Onusic, PhD

    I attended last year and can say that there is NO WHERE that you can get such wonderful, healthy, food at all three meals at a conference. Not only is the food of optimum quality, natural, fresh as possible, and toxin -free, it is tasty! Cathy and her staff work hard to bring all the best of the best to us, and we are gratetful. The conference is the ultimate results of many people working together to produce an unforgettable experience. Thanks, Augie, for telling us about this great conference menu.

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  7. I can’t wait to eat the food! I have actually been drooling over the menu for the last several weeks and everything looks delicious. I am so excited, this will be a great event and I’m so grateful to be able to go and meet so many great individuals in one place. Great post Augie! 🙂

  8. I want to visit the farms in PA where I have been getting the best colostrum. Do you know if the Miller Organic Farm and Meadowbreeze farm as the same?

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