We have a winner for the “Meet & Greet” but I have two (2) tickets to Thursday nights event at the Paramount Theater to giveaway as well at the end of today! Same rules apply – If you’ve already commented on post your automatically entered in the drawing!
It’s with honor that I get to hold a giveaway for a ticket to Thursday’s “Meet & Greet with Michael Pollan” at HausBar Farms. This is a rare opportunity to get to meet the man who influences our food system and sheds light and honesty onto what we eat as a society, as well as how nature and culture intersect.
Last year I had the honor thanks to Keeper Collections to attend Michael Pollan’s talk at the University of Texas at Austin, and it really reinforced the importance of knowing where your food comes from and eating healthier. And now I get to pay it forward to someone with this giveaway!
The evenings event at Haus Bar Farms includes hors d¬â„¢oeuvres by local providers Dai Due Butcher Shop, Amity Bakery, Spirited Food Co., Kate Payne of Hip Girls Guide to Homemaking and Bola Pizza. Drinks by Tipsy Texan, Zhi Tea, and Live Oak Brewing Company, as well as parking is complementary at Haus Bar Farms.
How to Enter & Win?
To enter, please head over to Blinded by the Bite!’s Facebook page and “like” our page and correctly name all four of Michael Pollan’s New York Times Best Selling Books (in order) on this blog post comments section (requires you to sign in on blog) & I’ll be randomly selecting a winner via random.org!
Thank you and good luck! Can’t await to announce the winner!
More on Haus Bar Farms:
HausBar Farms is a two-acre sustainable East Austin urban farm that is home to two donkeys, a goat, two humans, tons of vegetables, a Doberman Pincher, an African Grey Parrot, a Meyers Parrot, a Cockatiel, countless chickens, rabbits, geese, ducks, fresh air, and sunshine. Dorsey Barger, former co-owner of Eastside CafÃƒÂ©, has a passion for growing food that she shares with anyone who will listen. Barger and her partner, Susan Hausmann, bought their farm on Govalle Avenue in 2009 and three years later, HausBar Farms boasts a bed and breakfast and event space in addition to their thriving produce and meat business.