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Savor the Season and Chef Competition at Gorman Heritage Farm
Evendale's Gorman Heritage Farm - a real, working farm - welcomes spring with their second Savor the Season: Farm to Fork Celebration .
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Tue Apr 22, 2014
Chef Adam Hall and co-owner Jay Bayer of Saison open the market and cafe side of their business next week in Jackson Ward.
Edmonton Food Notes: City's top chefs to compete in Gold Medal Plates team fundraiser
James Chatto, the Toronto food and wine writer and head judge for Gold Medal Plates, has released the list of Edmonton chefs competing in the annual Olympic team fundraiser, scheduled for Oct. 23 at the Shaw Conference Centre.
We Didn't Believe In 'Artisanal' Toast, Until We Made Our Own
Leave it to San Francisco to turn one of the simplest and cheapest dishes into the trendy snack du jour.
Christian Science Monitor
Earth Day 2014: 10 groups working for greener cities
Karyl Buddington, Director of Animal Care, releases a monarch butterfly during the Earth Day celebration at the Tigrus Garden on the University of Memphis campus in Memphis, Tenn.
Dig this: a free movie for Earth Day
Most Denverites are familiar with the concept of sustainability, and Denver's culinary scene is quite eco-conscious.
Take it Easy
If you have, you're in luck. On May 2, the fourth annual Slow Down event at Intuition Ale Works will feature at least 26 local restaurants and artisans.
Roundtable looking at culture in 'broad context'
The first fruits of labour from the Pemberton Cultural Roundtable will be on display during Slow Food Cycle Sunday and committee members are hopeful it's the first of many ways the group will put its creative stamp on activity in the Spud Valley.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Rich People Are Stupid.
Rich people are stupid. So are poor people. Rich people will tell you it is obvious poor people are stupid.
Barona Resort & Casino Promotes Duncan Firth to Executive Chef
With 15 years in the culinary industry, Firth brings an impressive range of experience to his new position.
Indie Grits 2014 | Slow Food Columbia
Fast food is unhealthy and comes from ... well, you really don't want to know. Slow food is healthy and comes from local farmers and chefs you know and trust.
The Cyprus Weekly
Limassol Municipality is planning a three-day series of events to celebrate the revamping of the old Municipal Market's interior space, scheduled to begin in May. The upgrade, which is part of Limassol's participation in the MARAKANDA EU project, is the result of research for the improvement of the market's image and the introduction of new uses.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
The Star Press
Experts agree: Simplest brew best
Early last month, we scoped out one of the nation's largest coffee trade shows, Coffee Fest NYC, to find the coolest of the cool in coffee gadget ideas.
Inside Bay Area
Oakland a welcome haven to city bees
The temperature was rising, and Khaled Almaghafi was trying to coax 20,000 bees out of a nest while hanging suspended 30 feet above Telegraph Avenue.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Positivus Festival 2014 Announce Kraftwerk, Bastille, Ellie Goulding, Elbow, The Kooks And More
Positivus Festival is a 3 day music festival in Latvia, with international chart toppers and underground emerging talent set in an idyllic holiday location on the coastal town of Salacgriva.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
A kitchen garden tended with love
Walking around Carina and Victor Contini's flourishing Victorian walled kitchen garden at their home on the outskirts of Edinburgh on a dry, sunny day in April, it's difficult to recall its tricky beginnings in January 2012.
Travel World News
Europe's First AdventureWeek Debuts This Summer in Western Balkans
AdventureWeek, a specialized, nine-day familiarization journey coordinated by the Adventure Travel Trade Association, will debut in Europe, deep in the ancient cultural crossroads and rugged lands of the Western Balkans featuring Albania, Kosovo and Macedonia between August 26 and September 3, 2014.
The New Hampshire
UNH pioneers sustainable fish purchasing with seafood dinner
University of New Hampshire Dining is the largest food purchaser in New England.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
SideDish Sonnet #3: Potstickers and Boba Tea
Forgive this hungry scribe. It's all too often that prose fails a good dish, whether pedestrian or haute cuisine.
7 Super Green US Cities To Visit for Earth Day
As Earth Day 2014 approaches, many may be inspired to book a last-minute, low-impact vacation to a destination that takes green living seriously.