Here are a few cool food news items for this week. Some are repeats from my facebook page. We’ve had a very busy week with a very ill dog this week, so I hope to have a little more time to find more new items for next week.
- Has anyone seen the Cooking Caravan in action? They are artists, entertainers and cooks who have put together food programs to teach kids about food, their flavors, preparation and where it came from. Check out their schedule of events in the Central Ohio area to get a look at what they do.
- The winners have been announced on Earth Balance’s Made Just Right site. You can view all of the winning recipes including Hannah Teson’s grand-prize winning recipe for Open-Faced White Cheddar Biscuits with Apples and Pecans! Kudos to Maiah Miller for winning the prize for submitting the most entries (I like that one – persistence).
- Don’t let food go bad, here is “Living Well: 11 Tips for Properly Freezing Produce” by DesignMom
- If you have a family recipe – THE FOOLPROOF FAMILY RECIPE!!! – that you think should be shared, you can submit that recipe to Gooseberry Patch and you may get your recipe and your name in one of their books.
Use the code FOOLPROOF when submitting recipes for this cookbook. We’ll keep an eye out for them!
- If you go to farm markets as frequently as I do, you probably don’t need these hints, if you are newer to the farm markets these hints will come in handy: 4 Questions You Should Never Ask At A Farm Market.
- Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me tries a rogue Wendy’s burger with nine patties in “Sandwich Monday: The Wendy’s T-Rex Burger(RIP)“. Did they enjoy it? Read and find out.
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- Guilano Hazan’s Thirty Minute Pasta
- Cookbook for a Cause – Recipes From the Heart
- Getting the Best From Your Farm Market
- Clintonville Farm Market – Fantastic Locally Grown Produce…. But The Parking, Oh No.