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MassDEP Steps Up Waste Ban Compliance Strategy with New Inspectorswww.mass.govMassDEP Steps Up Waste Ban Compliance Strategy with New Inspectors, Issues 101 Enforcement Actions to Violators
SO ready to rock & roll after an exciting meeting at Taza Chocolate with our friends Suhayl and Jen from CHIVE- Sustainable Event Design & Catering! We have some surprises that we can't wait to share
#US farmer, writer and activist Wendell Berry has spoken out in defense of local agriculture, rural communities and the importance of caring for the land for almost six decades; using the term “sustainable agriculture” long before
Parsley is much more than a garnish! 7 Reasons to Love Parsley, the Most Under-Appreciated Herbwww.foodandwine.comOften regarded as little more than a garnish, parsley is probably the most underrated herb. In fact, Salt Lake City chef
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December 10, 2013 marks the fifth annual International Terra Madre Day. Terra M…
December 10, 2013 marks the fifth annual International Terra Madre Day. Terra Madre, meaning “mother earth” in Italian, is a day for celebrating eating locally, preserving disappearing foods and food traditions, sharing food convivially with others, and honoring our local food communities.
Slow Food Boston is celebrating by sharing with you the story and recipes of four endangered New England foods. These are a few of the many that have been identified by Slow Food International as belonging to Slow Food Ark of Taste, a listing of endangered foods world wide.
Scavenger Hunt for Endangered Foods!
We challenge you to an Arc of Taste Scavenger Hunt starting today with the first one of the four (presented on the next post) endangered New England foods, sources and recipes. Find them all and use them in your holiday cooking. Let us know via email, Facebook and Twitter how you “fared” with this challenge, and what discoveries you made along the way. Cristiano Bonino with Slow Food Boston team!
Good, Clean and Fair food for all!