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Koch Brothers Takes $88 Million in Corporate Welfare
Koch Brothers likes to champion themselves as crusaders against the welfare state.
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A Theme Park For Foodies? Italians Say Bologna
Italy has more UNESCO world heritage sites than any other country in the world, and its art and cultural riches have drawn visitors for centuries.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Two Ways You Can Enjoy The Gramercy Tavern's "Spring Collection"
In a city of food fashionistas, Gramercy Tavern , one of America's most acclaimed restaurants, has been mastering trends since it opened in 1994.
A trip to Japan inspires Linger to launch lunchtime-only bento boxes
It was an "inspiration trip" to Japan last fall, says Daniel Asher, that gave him food for thought.
Vine Ripe to offer cooking demonstrations at CSA Fair
Denise Barratt, registered dietitian nutritionist, will do a food demonstration using foods grown by local farmers at the Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project's Annual CSA Fair on Thursday, March 13, 3-6 p.m. at Jubilee Community, 46 Wall St. Barratt also will share information about her upcoming cooking series, Taste the Season: Making the ... (more)
Thu Mar 06, 2014
First Ward City Council: Meet the candidates
Years in the First Ward: Byndom moved to Columbia for the first time with his mother when he was 9. He left the state when he was 16, returned in 1994 and has lived in the First Ward since 2010.
Celebrate local food choices with Slow Food NNJ
Judy Wicks, the founder of the White Dog Cafe in Philadelphia, will be the keynote speaker at the Slow Food Northern New Jersey's annual meeting 1 to 3:30 p.m. March 23 at the Farm Barn at Duke Farms in Hillsborough.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Vineyard Gazette Online
Chilmark Town Column: March 7
Chilmark is gearing up for spring and the new hours of light. It occurs to me that Chilmark has actually had a pretty good winter in spite of our obsession with the snowy weather.
City announces recipients of healthy-food grants
The City of Madison Food Policy Council has named ten recipients for their inaugural SEED Grants.
Tyler Morning Telegraph
Clarity among confusion
This week's feature story addresses many of the questions I receive from readers about food labels, facts and making smarter food choices.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
We ditched fast food. Here's why
At this past weekend's 7th annual Seedy Saturday event at Sault College, SooToday.com ditched fast food to learn about the slow food movement from Tim Kelly.
Winona LaDuke to speak at Bellevue College | Women's History Month...
Internationally acclaimed author, orator and activist, Winona LaDuke will speak on "Women in Leadership: Voices for Change" on Thursday, March 6 at 10:30 a.m. in N201 on the Bellevue College campus.
The Beaumont Enterprise
Slow Food Beaumont's Oysterfest
Local garden jalapenos stuffed with cheese and wrapped in bacon cook on the grill at Slow Food Beaumont's Oysterfest at Village Creek State Park in Lumberton on Jan. 25, 2013.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Sag Harbor Online
After the accident, we were contacted by the East End chapter of Slow Food. They wanted to know if we would agree to do a benefit with the money going to his children.
River Front Times
Food & Drink
Chefs on the prowl for hard-to-find ingredients know they've come to the right place as soon as the doors to Jay International Food open and the smell hits the nose - that acrid musk that fills the air at any Asian market worth its salt.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Fayetteville Farmers' Market gets early start in 2014 with indoor market events
The Fayetteville Farmers' Market doesn't open until April, but residents who are ready for a local food fix can get one starting this weekend.
River Front Times
The Best Food Events in St. Louis This Weekend: February 28 to March 2
It's here! Mardi Gras is finally upon us, and there are a seemingly infinite number of raucous events to go with it.
Wall Street Journal
Indian Crepe With Spiced Carrots and Dates
A delicate chickpea-flour crepe is topped with luscious stewed carrots and candy-like dates in this spicy-sweet-savory recipe from the Pacific Northwest chef "I LOVE that seesaw balance between sweet and spicy," said Meeru Dhalwala.
San Francisco Magazine
Weekender: Baja for Road Warriors
Buzzards circle overhead as you speed along the black ribbon of highway through the arid finger of land known as Baja Sur.
Brooklyn Brewery Brings the Mash Tour Back to Nashville
We must have represented ourselves well, because they're coming back for the second annual Brooklyn Brewery Mash tour this Sunday through March 8 to celebrate what's next in food, film, comedy, music, books and beer.