By Martin Linskey
Longtime New York City Greenmarket merchant, Beth Linskey, founder of Beth's Farm Kitchen, launches newly designed web site showcasing jams, preserves, chutneys and more at bethsfarmkitchen.com.
By VOM FASS USA
New possibilities arise for VOM FASS in the Chicagoland market
In recognition of Terra Madre Day, Jim Embry will speak in Nashville on Dec 12, 6 - 8 PM and in Lexington, KY Dec 13, 7 - 9 PM at Good Foods Market and Cafe.
Sustainability activist Jim Embry will present at the Nashville West End United Methodist Church on December 12 at 6 PM as part of Chef Martha Stamps’ “A Place at the Table.” Please call 615-321-8500 to register for the dinner at 5 PM.
By Slow Food USA
The Innovative Guide to Italian Wines to be Unveiled in Consumer and Trade Events on January 30 in New York and February 2 in Chicago
Nature loving families are being invited to experience the first signs of autumn with a packed programme of events from Falkland Centre for Stewardship.
A wild food feast is set to be dished up this Saturday as part of Falkand Estate’s Autumn Harvest events programme which is being run as part of the UN’s International Year of the Forests celebrations, supported by Forestry Commission Scotland.
By Callaway Gardens
The Gardens Restaurant is now open for Dinner and Special Spring Weekend Lunches
By BC Centre for Food & Beverage Marketers
Hardbite Potato Chips are the only BC grown, BC made potato snack. You will never find a better tasting chip. I am proud to announce that our family is now 100 mile compliant - based on fickle under-18 food preferences in this household.
An agreement has been signed by Dr. Imma Tubella, UOC President, and Carlo Petrini, President of Slow Food, which will allow the university’s Food Systems, Culture and Society Area to participate in this movement.
By Auspit North America
In the infield of the Charlotte Motor Speedway history is made as fast driving meets slow cooking. The experience showed that Auspit Outdoor Rotisseries are a perfect way for NASCAR fans to serve up delicious food while enjoying the action.
On Thursday 18 March at 1pm GMT, Tripbod and Waitrose Food Illustrated will be hosting a web conference with the theme of Food and Travel.
By Steven Matt
Until now, people wanting to go green had to go to multiple websites to gather information on ways to reduce their negative impact on the environment and save money. No longer. One-Earth.com eliminates the challenge of going green.
By Prem Organic Cooking and Farming Academy
The Prem Organic Cooking Academy and Krapood Restaurant are hosting a Slow Food event on 10 December 2009 to participate in the global Terra Madre Day.
Print on Demand – the modern way to spread the eat local food message
By Juan J. Ramirez
American Companies Showed little interest. The ceramic plate had not evolved functionally in centuries. Now HotSmart from El Paso Texas developed a plate capable of remaining still hot after half hour (Yes, more than 30 minutes) to keep food hot.
By Jeff Deasy
"Our search for America's finest food artisans is never-ending, but learning about the creative team at the B.R. Cohn Olive Oil Company ranks among our very best finds," says Jeff Deasy, American Feast founder and president.
By Jeff Deasy
There’s a pretty good story about how Hand To Mouth Edibles got to be such a great place to get delicious and healthy vegetarian alternatives.
By Jeff Deasy
La Quercia makes some of the world's best prosciutto and the most discriminating foodies will be delighted by their efforts. The accolades their products have garnered around the globe are simply astounding.
By Jeff Deasy
Unlike the genetically modified "wild rice" grown in paddies, truly authentic wild rice delivers a deep, rich flavor cherished by chefs and devoted foodies. It was served for New Year’s Eve Dinner at Alice Waters’ famed Chez Panisse in 2009.
By art of living, PrimaMedia,Inc
Slow food -one of the hottest food trends in 2007 - at Atlantic City, NJ Wine and Food Festival with celebrity chef-Maria Liberati