Fire, Flour & Fork adds SIX more events!

 photo: Steven Casanova

photo: Steven Casanova

This morning had us up early, tweaking and eventually sending our latest press release for Fire, Flour & Fork! The event organizers added six new events, including a panel and dinner at the VMFA featuring Questlove, author of “something to food about: exploring creativity with innovative chefs," along with Kendra Feather, Jason Alley, Mike Derks, and moderator Todd Kliman. (We love this Todd Kliman article in The Oxford American, by the way.)


Fire, Flour & Fork is delighted to announce six additional ticketed events to the four-day culinary celebration from Nov. 17  to Nov.  20, 2016. Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. today.

Talk: “Break It Down” with author/musician Questlove and guests  —  a talk that will explore the creative link between music and food, moderated by Todd Kliman, at VMFA at 3:30 to 5:45 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 20. Ticket includes Questlove’s new book, “something to food about: exploring creativity with innovative chefs.” Tickets

Dinner with Liner Notes: With Questlove, featuring recipes from the music and food panelists, 6 p.m, led by Chef Greg Haley at VMFA’s Amuse, Sunday, Nov. 20 (dinner includes ticket to “Break It Down” event). Tickets

Wine Dinner: Cathal Armstrong of Restaurant Eve with Chef David Dunlap at Maple & Pine in the Quirk Hotel, Thursday, Nov. 17, at 6:30 p.m. Tickets

Beer Dinner: Yes, We Can Can. Duvel and Master Cicerone Neil Witte host a paired dinner at Can Can on Thursday, Nov. 17, at 6:30 p.m. Tickets

Lunchtime Tour: “Street Art Meets Street Food,” led by artist Mickael Broth, Saturday, Nov. 19, at 1 p.m., through the Arts District and Jackson Ward. Tickets

Pop-Up Dinner: Pete Dale of The National in Athens, Ga., with Dog & the Pig host a pop-up inside Laura Lee’s in South Side, Sunday, Nov. 20, at 7 p.m. Tickets

More details available at


Steeped in Richmond, Virginia’s history and culture, Fire, Flour & Fork is a four-day culinary celebration, featuring dinners, dine-around events, culinary tours, tastings, demonstrations, and parties, produced by Real Richmond Food Tours with presenting sponsor Virginia is for Lovers. This year’s FFF will benefit Tricycle Gardens, Shalom Farms, Slow Food RVA, Renew Richmond and the Center for Rural Culture, among others. (Last year’s event raised more than  $12,000 for local charities!)


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