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They serve a community of 37,000 people with limited access to good groceries.
Yep, they harvested salt water from beneath the bridge to sprinkle on a hot chocolate...
Plus: New Jersey diners discover their inner locavores; and Whole Foods pledges to stop selling fish from ecologically damaging sources, all in our morning news roundup.
Kupel's Has a Rodent Problem; Could Brain Dead Chickens Mitigate the Horrors of Industrial Chicken Farming?
Plus locavores as job creators, and more, all in our morning news round-up.
More on That Ultra-Locavore Couple in Vallejo; Guy Fieri Bringing His Magic to Carnival Cruises, and Possibly NYC
• Remember that Vallejo couple we told you about who's been living solely off of food they're growing/raising in their backyard? NBC visits them for a segment. [NBC] • CBS's Foodie Chap, Liam Mayclem visits with Epic Roasthouse chef and...
SFoodie puts together a comprehensive list of local CSAs for fruit, veggies, meat, seafood, etc.
They'll need to uproot by February to make way for a condo.
Rachel Hoff and Tom Ferguson have eaten only what they could grow (and, for a few months, what they could get at farmers' markets) for the last year.
The bi-annual dining deal partners with Philly Homegrown to promote locally procured ingredients.
John Mariani, specifically.
Police Investigate a Plot to Poison Students Aboard the Spirit of Philadelphia; Restaurant Prices Rise
Plus: Panera's pay-what-you-want scheme appears to be working; and craft distilleries are opening at an astonishing rate, all in our morning news roundup.
"Suddenly you can’t walk down the street without bumping into cheese stores that stock eight kinds of blue cheese and ten varieties of chèvre."
The historic, rediscovered Mission Dolores Mural, painted in 1790 and covered over for 200 years, is being recreated on a wall at the Market.
With the anti-foodie, anti-locavore voice growing louder, a debate between a pioneer and a doubter.
Sunset Magazine is on a tear this year, having published that big cookbook in the fall and now about to release a second book, based on their One-Block Diet blog and ongoing hyper-locavore project. It's called The One-Block Feast, and...
The locavore backlash, plus P&H Soda and the Red Hook Winery.
Plus, she has more to say about Brooklyn and Sam Sifton.