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Attack of the Killer Tomato Festival

Courtesy of The Reynolds Group

Mark your calendars for the innocuous Attack of the Tomato Festival, Sunday August 9, 2009 from 1pm-6pm at JCT Kitchen in WSPD.

This event benefits the resourceful online organic directory,www.

Tickets are $50 per person, or $45 for Georgia Organic members.

The one day event includes a plethora of chef demos from Atlanta's very own top chefs as well as tastings galore.

The focus, of course, will be on the tomato. As we find ourselves more and more surrounded by the plentiful  red fruit this season, there have been an increasing number of events to help alleviate the overabundance.

For more information, visit Georgia Organics website.

For other Tomato events, click here.




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