Blog Posts - Farm To Table



Farm to Table Pork Dinner at Post 390 with Dogpatch Farm

Post 390 in Boston is already known for their farm-to-table fare, but every couple of months, they take it a step further by holding a special dinner featuring one local producer, and bring them into the restaurant! I recently attended this Farm-to-P...
by Gourmet Pigs on Jun 5, 2016

Hillside Cafe & Juice Bar: Healthy Organic Offerings at Cedarwood

One of the things I love about blogging is meeting new people, and I can't be any happier that I've met wonderful friends along the way through this very hobby. Every year during the holidays, Berylle, Stacy, and I always make sure we get together fo...
by The Purple Doll on Mar 4, 2016

Review: Mantry Subscription Box for January 2016

This is the Mantry Box for January 2016 in its wooden crate.The element of surprise is one of the reasons that I so love diving into a well-curated subscription box because half the fun is never knowing what I may find.  I had a chance to review...
by Nuts 4 Stuff on Feb 25, 2016

Earth Kitchen: Farm-to-Table Goodness in BGC

As a food blogger and foodie in general, I've always been on the lookout for good food despite the calories, and sometimes chemicals, in it. However, about two years ago, I began appreciating eating cleaner. Sure, I still crave for MSG-loaded chips a...
by The Purple Doll on Nov 29, 2015

Visit a Real Dairy Farm this Fall

There are two more open events at our farm this season. Join us to see the cows, taste milk, and enjoy the beautiful fall colors from our dairy on the hill.Cow Tales Adventures (for children 5 & under w/ caregiver)October 7 from 10:00am-12:00pm @...
by The Dairy Mom on Oct 5, 2015

Grace Park Farm-to-Table Restaurant by Margarita Fores at One Rockwell Makati

Grace Park in One Rockwell Makati is probably one of the firsts that started the farm-to-table concept in the metro. Owned by one of the country's most established chef and restaurateur, Margarita Fores of the Cibo fame, Grace Park promises quality f...
by Itsberyllicious on Oct 3, 2015

Grow, Cook, Eat Sustainable FOOD TREE Art Print

 This image contains an embedded watermark to protect against digital theft.This watermark will not be present in your print.Grow, Cook, Eat Sustainable FOOD TREEAn art print of a colored pencil original drawingfrom Pop Art Diva$15.00Shipping is...
by The Pop Art Diva Blog on Aug 26, 2015

Farm Stand Inspired Entertaining

Tonight we're having a few neighbors over for a casual cocktail party in the garden. We just thought it would be nice for everyone to saunter over after work and enjoy some rosé. But, as with every party I host (large or small), the ideas percolate...
by Pretty Pink Tulips on Jul 10, 2015

The rise of foodies….I think I kinda understand it…

it used to be you knew where you food came from because you grew it yourself and either harvested or butchered it yourself.  It was fresh, wholesome and you felt pride in it. Then it used to be you would go to the local fresh veggie/fruit market, or...
by Me and the Damn Cat on May 15, 2015

Local Milk for Sale and Dairy Tours at Hastings Dairy

This spring and summer we're offering special events open to the public and milk for sale produced at our new on-farm creamery. Buy Fresh Milk at Hastings DairyOpen: Daily 1:00pm – 5:00pm Milk is bottled at the new on-farm Rowdy Cow Cream...
by The Dairy Mom on May 13, 2015

Food Supply Chain Transparency Is Key to a Healthy Future

Peretz Partensky of Sourcery explores how new tech and decentralized business models are tackling the least transparent part of our food system: the supply chain. The post Food Supply Chain Transparency Is Key to a Healthy Future appeared first on Fo...
by Food+Tech Connect on Apr 17, 2015

Green Hua Hin, Eco Resorts in Pranburi and Cha-Am

In Thailand‘s Hua Hin and neighbouring Pranburi and Cha-Am a handful of eco-friendly resorts, spas, and a winery, are endeavouring to do their bit to reduce their environmental footprint, from establishing kitchen gardens and using local organi...
by grantourismo on Mar 20, 2015

Locavore Kitchen & Drinks: Filipino Food with a Twist at Kapitolyo

Apart from the heavy traffic, another thing I don't like about the holiday season is the inevitable weight gain. Just for December alone, I think my waistline have already gained an additional inch or two. Or maybe three. But, I can't deny that at th...
by The Purple Doll on Jan 4, 2015

Grace Park: Farm-to-Table Goodness at One Rockwell

The holidays is the merry time most of us stray from our diets. And if you add good food with great company, then all hell breaks loose on one's waistline. I think this is exactly what happened during our pre-Christmas double date with Berylle and D...
by The Purple Doll on Dec 22, 2014

Farm To Food Truck Concept: What Is It?

“Farm to food truck” isn’t a new concept to the mobile food industry, but at the same time, it is a term that some food truck owners aren’t aware of. This is a concept of purchasing locally grown food directly from the sou...
by Mobile Cuisine Magazine on Nov 6, 2014

{Video} Garden Update, End of Summer, Early Autumn in Italy

a few homegrown heirloom pumpkins picked from the gardenDue to a rainy summer, blight has set in on our 400 tomato plants in the garden but some things like the rain! Jason explains what's coming out of the garden from August to early October! Fro...
by La Tavola Marche on Oct 26, 2014

Pattypan squash

There were lots of colorful descriptions (thankfully PG) of pattypan squash this week. There was some debate, some tasting, and for the first time in weeks….a hit, a... Read More »...
by Feed Me Dearly on Oct 23, 2014

Bialas Farms CSA: Week 17

It’s getting down to the wire….this is the second-to-last CSA wrap-up post and as I promised earlier, there are NO raw tomatoes, only some beautiful Fall dishes that... Read More »...
by Feed Me Dearly on Oct 20, 2014

Parsnips

I admit that it’s only been of late that I’ve fallen completely and madly in love with parsnips. I used to lump them in with other categories of... Read More »...
by Feed Me Dearly on Oct 16, 2014

Bialas Farms CSA: Week 15

I’m in a rut. A dark, dank, no light at the end of the tunnel rut, and it all starts and ends with tomatoes. Other than the token... Read More »...
by Feed Me Dearly on Oct 6, 2014


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