Natural Lands to Host Harvest Tasting Trek on Nov. 18
Enjoy local eats at the picturesque ChesLen Preserve.
Photo by David Deaville
Lace up your hiking boots and work up an appetite in anticipation of a beautiful fall day accompanied by craft brews, savory sides and sweet treats at the largest privately owned Chester County nature preserve open to the public: Natural Lands’ ChesLen Preserve. On Nov. 18, from 3-5 p.m., guests can explore the picturesque scenery of ChesLen and take leisurely breaks at designated tasting stops along the 2-mile Harvest Tasting Trek.
The appetizing adventure will feature a variety of autumnal dishes served at five trailside stations provided by Brandywine Catering, J. Scott Catering, John Serock Catering, Northbrook MarketPlace, Talula’s Table and Victory Brewing Company.
Savory dishes include:
- Fall couscous with roasted butternut squash, brussels sprouts and dried cranberries
- Beet salad with candied pecans, goat cheese and pecan vinaigrette
- Butternut squash soup
- Pumpkin bisque
- Apple cider donuts
- Maple pecan pie
- Seasonal craft brews
- Full-bodied white and medium red wines
- Lots of ciders
Tickets are $35 for Natural Lands members and $45 for non-members.
1199 Cannery Road, Coatesville, (610) 353-5587.