Entertaining + Floral Lecture

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Showings

Music City Center Sat, Feb 2 2:00 PM
Information
Event Type:Lecture
Door Time:Doors Open at 1:00PM

Description

Farm-to-Table Florals & Flavors
Join Greg Campbell and Erick New, co-owners of Garden District in Memphis, Tennessee, and Elizabeth Heiskell, a cookbook author and celebrity chef who operated a catering business and vegetable farm in Oxford, Mississippi until she reinvented her culinary path as a regular on “TODAY Show.” Greg, Erick and Elizabeth have been intertwined for more than 20 years. It all started with Elizabeth’s wedding in the middle of a Mississippi Delta cotton field in the pouring rain. This event should have ended their friendship, but instead it bonded them as friends for life.

Elizabeth will share stories from the Delta flatlands to the Oxford hills while demonstrating her favorite seasonal vegetable dishes––recipes you can prepare in a few minutes and impress your guests with time and time again. Greg and Erick will complement Elizabeth’s creations with tablescapes using flowers sourced from family-owned farms across the U.S. and abroad that are showcased in their new book Florists to the Field.

Garden District
The Garden District is a Memphis-based floral boutique that is comprised of two talented floriculture experts, Greg Campbell and Erick New, who have created together for 25 years. The duo brings alert perfectionism, methodical strategy and boundless creativity to every project. From skyscraping installations to unobtrusive centerpieces, their pieces celebrate life’s grand milestones and simple pleasures.

Elizabeth Heiskell
Elizabeth Heiskell was born and raised in the Mississippi Delta, where she grew a passion for combining her love of food with the history of the rich agricultural area she was raised in. Through her Debutante Farmer brand, she sells homegrown gourmet products as well as her popular Bloody Mary mix. She is a “TODAY Show” food contributor with additional appearances on major network shows like “The Kitchen,” “Home & Family,” “Pickler & Ben,” “FOX & Friends” and “Chopped.”