Rudy Marchesi has crafted his life around a world devoted to food.
From a very old family recipe, that remains a closely guarded secret, this artisan mustard is hand-made by the Benedictine Sisters at Queen of Angels Monastery.
In the name of creating good food, this annual Bay Area festival brings food makers, farmers and community residents together.
One of the only independent creameries in Minnesota, Hope Butter, is a century old business that continues to make butter the old-fashioned way. There have been strong years and slow years, but the last 10 have been increasingly successful. Featured at many of the top restaurants, at the Co-ops as well as in regular grocery […]
Each year Gowans adds spirits to his bottles and gives them to friends as Christmas gifts.
March 15, 2011 As people flock to their local farmers market and discover the taste and freshness of locally grown fresh food, many decide that they want to grow some of that goodness too. Vanessa Barrington, of EcoSalon, wonders if urban farming is the next big ‘thing’ – not to just grow food for yourself, […]
May 27, 2010 At the end of last summer, Eccolo in Berkeley, CA, closed much to the sorrow of the owner/chefs, and to the clientele also. They cooked for flavor, using ingredients that were locally grown and raised. The results were thoroughly enjoyed by many. Fast forward to now: The two chefs – Chris Lee […]
March 21, 2010 Building a local food economy has been a focus of several CUpS interviews, and examples shown through stories of artisans, farmers, and businesses doing just that. It was heartening to read Barry Estabrook‘s review of a recently published book by farmer Ben Hewitt, The Town that Food Saved: How One Community Found […]
Next Generation of Family Farmers- Parts 1 and 2 Cooking Up a Story: Food News Witness a night of conversation, as the grassroots organization, Friends of Family Farmers at their new InFARMation (and Beer) monthly event, focus on the full gamut of issues that effect family farmers, farm laborers, and those who eat locally grown […]