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A Guide to Farm-to-Door Delivery Services Across the USA

Siobhan Wallace 7 comments

A number of companies are springing up around the country, bringing local CSA-quality vegetables directly from the farm to your door on a weekly subscription basis. Here's a guide to 11 services across the country. More

Food Artisans: New York's Best of 2012

New York Stephanie Klose 1 comment

Among the fifty-some local food artisans I talked with in 2012, there were some real standouts, products I purchase again for myself and as gifts. Some of them are straight-out-of-the-package delicious, while others play a shining supporting role in preparing other foods, but they're all pretty spectacular. More

First Look: Smucker Farms Brings Pennsylvania's Lancaster County to D.C.

Brian Oh 7 comments

Smucker Farms, a market that just opened in D.C., stocks handpicked products from small, primarily Amish and Mennonite, producers from southern Pennsylvania, as well as some producers in New York and Philadelphia. The shelves are stocked with artisanal snacks, canned goods, drinks, soaps, and even handmade toys. Walking through the store is more like visiting a friend's pantry—if your friend were more of an incredibly well stocked locavore chef. More

Video: Farm-to-Table Feast in Georgia

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In this Perennial Plate video about a southern feast, we share the story of the farmers like Cory Mosser of Burge Organic Farm, the foragers, and the chefs that made up this outdoor dinner event in Georgia. I think it captures the fun, the drinking, the passion, and the ideals that go into these interactive dining experiences. More

Dinner at Craft Celebrating American Regional Cuisine

New York Erin Zimmer 4 comments

Still riding the high of their three stars in a recent New York Times review, Craft decided to close their dining room last night for a special dinner. Chefs from California, Oregon, North Carolina, Missouri, and elsewhere flew in to cook a six-course meal (where each course actually included two dishes, so we're talking more like 12 courses) celebrating America's regional flavors. More

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