9 hrs ago
Pete Mulvihill on Spring Vegetables
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13 hrs ago
Pea shoots, root veggies join greens' abundance
This guide to Asheville-area tailgate markets is supplied by Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project.
Fri May 17, 2013
San Jose Mercury News
Travel guide: Ways for locavores to improvise on the road
Sarah Elton is a regular at the farmers market near her home in Toronto. She religiously checks labels and menus to make sure her food hasn't traveled far before arriving on her plate.
Thu May 16, 2013
Black Trumpet owners to open second restaurant
Hopestill Garage will open in early August in Newmarket in the space that was Riverdale Garage, which rises on the hill above the Lamprey River falls and right across the street from the riverside mill buildings.
The Millions (A Blog about Books)
Up Shit Creek, Sans Paddle: On David Waltner-Toews's The Origin of Feces
When you flush the toilet, do you know where your shit goes? Sure, in most cities, it flows into the main sewer system until it reaches a waste-water treatment plant somewhere on the outskirts of town.
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The Mid-City Bayou Boogaloo has become one of New Orleans' favorite free festivals since it kicked off in 2006.
Wed May 15, 2013
Malaysian National News Agency
Latin American Leads Struggle Against Hunger, FAO Says
Latin America is the region leading the struggle for eliminating hunger, Jose Graziano da Silva, director general of the United Nations Organization for Food and Agriculture , said.
Knoxville News Sentinel
Cooking classes, upcoming
Rachel Milford will present two classes on herbs during May. They are "Making Medicinal Tinctures," where students will learn the medicinal properties of herbs such as garlic, dandelion, root, red clover and more, and "Healing Illness Through the Gut with Medicinal Herbs and Food," with a class discussion on how digestive health plays a part in ... (more)
Earth Market relocates to downtown Greenville
The Earth Market, formerly held on third Thursdays on Rutherford Road at the end of North Main Street, is relocating to NOMA Square in front of the Hyatt.
Tue May 14, 2013
River Front Times
Saint Louis Art Museum Recruits Chef Edward Farrow for New Restaurant
Gut Check heard through the grapevine a few weeks ago that Chef Edward Farrow, most recently of Phoenix, Arizona, would be moving to town this summer to oversee the new restaurant and cafe at the Saint Louis Art Museum .
Mon May 13, 2013
Core77 design blog
With 'Designs On - Packaging,' IDEO Goes Public with Their Slow Design Platform
Imagine, if you will, a design exercise in which the primary constraint is simply to answer a brief with ideas that have never been dreamt of.
The Business Journal
Korean food pioneer Annie Chun returns with new venture
Korean food has been topping trendy cuisine charts for the past few years, and now the Marin County natural foods entrepreneur who helped make it a household staple is getting national retailer attention for her new venture in seaweed snacks for the uber-health-conscious. Though there are a number of options in grocery stores these days for ... (more)
Sat May 11, 2013
Dining strategies for traveling locavores
Sarah Elton is a regular at the farmers' market near her home in Toronto. She religiously checks labels and menus to make sure her food hasn't traveled far before arriving on her plate.
Fri May 10, 2013
The New Zealand Herald
A life more ordinary
Tired? Stressed? Unhappy and pressed for time? Well broadcaster Wallace Chapman has some words of advice for you, writes Greg Dixon When we're seated in the lounge of the Waterview cottage he shares with his wife Tabitha, he plays mother and pours.
Pigs in the backyard? What a Bloomington idea
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. Four pigs are destroying the plants a backyard near downtown Bloomington.
Genoa teaches food lovers to savor 'Slow Fish'
Genoa, May 10 - Food lovers, chefs and fishermen are flocking to the sixth annual Slow Fish event in the historic port of Genoa this week, where they can are enjoy an open-air market, tastings, workshops and events, all the while chatting to like-minded aficionados in the four-day. The event is entirely dedicated to the world of fish and marine ... (more)
International Business Times
My South African Adventure: Food Glorious Food (Oh, and Lots of Lovely Wine Too) [BLOG]
OK, so Stellenbosch may be in the heart of the Cape Winelands, where the focus is definitely on all things alchoholic and/or gastronomic, but even so.
Thu May 09, 2013
CLT Foodie Tours: Meet & Three showcased Cotswold area establishments
Good Eats and Meets , Charlotte's largest dining group, is all about good eating and meeting new people.
Bloomington man rolls out neighborhood oven idea
Keith Romaine of the McDoel Gardens neighborhood has always enjoyed baking bread.
Dishing on Pollan's Cooked
OK, folks, I have a confession! I've read most of Michael Pollan's books and bought a copy of his latest, Cooked , as soon as it came out.