Seed Saving Workshop, Sept. 14
The Saskatoon Seed Library will be hosting a seed saving workshop and work bee at the Garden Patch at 7 pm, Sept. 14.
Lettuce Turnip the Beet Fundraiser, Sept. 17
To celebrate its first anniversary, the City Centre Food Co-operative is hosting the Lettuce Turnip the Beet fundraiser at The Grazing Goat on Sept. 17 with a signature beet cocktail. Proceeds will go towards expanding the pop-up produce market.
The Backyard @ Daybreak Mill, Sept. 17 (Portal)
Chef Mariana and her team from The Backyard will be serving a locally sourced, organic, four-course dinner at Daybreak Mill on Sept. 17.
Bloggers around the Table, Sept. 18
Four food bloggers will discuss their experiences of connecting with people through shared meals and stories from 3:15-5 pm, Sept. 18, at The Word on the Street.
Farm + Table (Swift Current)
Check out Farm + Table, Swift Current. A chef’s collaborative with Shaun Hanna, Oldman Sandercock and FoodCraft by Sarah Galvin are planning a pop-up restaurant. Their first menu will include locally grown chanterelle mushrooms.
Chef Justin O’Reilly of Nosh Eatery & Tap explains how he develops a menu.
Promoting Local Agriculture
If we want to promote local agriculture, we need to encourage large institutions (e.g. hospitals) to purchase from local farmers and producers.
I like recipes that are adaptable, and zucchini involtini sounds like a great way to make use of zucchini.
French Foodie Retreats
If you’re planning a holiday in France, consider these 10 foodie retreats – there’s even a vegetarian guesthouse near La Rochelle.
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