Food Highlights of the Energy Fair

TeaSachetMREA Café Sponsored by Rishi Tea
Early Bird Breakfast:
Breakfast is available for exhibitors and volunteers starting at 6:30 a.m.! And of course all Fair attendees are invited to purchase food once the Front Gate opens. Well have Rishi tea, hot coffee, and fresh local baked goods. Make sure to ask about our Bottomless Coffee Cup.

Coffee donated by Anodyne Coffee Roasters, Colectivo Coffee, Emy Js,and Kickapoo Coffee.

Lunch and Dinner Plates:
Entrée options include Organic Prairie brats, BBQ pulled pork sandwiches, Curried Wrap (vegetarian), or Hummus & Herbs Wraps (vegan). All plates served with cranberry coleslaw and chips. Kid friendly wraps also available while supplies last.

Food sourced locally from Baking for friends, Hebals Herbals and Curiosities, Not Enough Thyme, and Painted Rock Farms, all part of the Village Hive. The Village Hive is a Bakery and Local Foods Collectivea shared use kitchen, located in Amherst, WI. Other products sourced from Jar Hot Sauce.

Tea All Day:
Stop by to enjoy hot and iced teas, knowing that 100% of contributions channel straight back to MREA. Rishi Tea is a leading importer of certified organic teas and botanicals from the most unique, remote growing regions across the world. Rishis botanical sourcing experts travel the world each year, leaving ‘No Leaf Unturned’ in their search for organic herbs and spices of a most rare quality. Rishi creates deeply flavorful loose leaf and tea bag blends inspired by equal parts modern culinary innovation and ancient herbal wisdom. Try a cup at The Energy Fair brewed by Rishi and visit Rishis tent north of Exhibit Tents B and C! *Rishi will also be doing Whip Your Own Matcha demos daily at their tent north of the Exhibit tents.

Kinstone Kitchen 100% grass fed beef burgers (WI/MN sourced), vegan zucchini-walnut burger, sweet potato/lentil chili, veggie/hummus wrap, three-cheese grilled cheese sandwich, organic PB&J sandwich, sweet potato chips (Whitewater Gardens-Altura, MN), oatmeal, homemade and fresh baked banana nut bread, cookies, and muffins. (also exhibit as Kinstone Academy of Applied Permaculture) Urban Street Bistro Pork Bahn MI burger (Custom Meats, Marathon County); Iraqi sabich sandwich; Moroccan lamb/beef kefta brochette (Painted Rock Farm/Half Moon Hill Farm); Plover Pommes Frites; strawberry rhubarb lemonade, thai basil and blueberry lemonade.
Organic vegetables; bread by Main Grain Bakery and Bakery by the Lake; eggs from Nami Moon Farm and Nine Patch Farm; cheese from Harmony Dairy, Bletsoes Cheese, Dairy State Cheese Co., and Mullins Cheese.

Central Waters Beer Tent will be serving solar-brewed beer (have solar panels at their brewery in Amherst).

Organic Valley breakfast on Saturday and Sunday morning: “Treat yourself to a proper breakfast of eggs, hash browns, sausage, yogurt, coffee, orange juice, tea, and more. Hosted by Organic Valley with beverage products donated by Rishi Tea, Anodyne Coffee Roasters, Colectivo Coffee, Emy Js, and Kickapoo Coffee. This breakfast helps raise funds for the MREAs educational programs.” Sunday Nothing says I love you more than a delicious breakfast accompanied by a live polka band! Bring your dad to The Energy Fair for an Organic Valley breakfast (menu same as above) and thank him for all hes done for you.

All fathers accompanied by their child(ren) receive free admission to The Fair on Sunday! Music provided by Norm Dombrowskis Happy Notes.

Organic Valley will donate all their breakfast proceeds to MREA and donated brats from Organic Prairie for the Café.

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