"Which food writers do you like to read? I have been reading "Honey from a weed" by Patience Gray lately and really like the way she mixes food and simple daily life of a stone cutter. It is not a straight up cook book or a…"
Get ready for the bounty of summer.Clean out your freezer.Make a dish for this month’sSlow Food Charlotte PotluckIf you’re squeamish about a little freezer burnthen embrace the pagan rituals of summerand join us for the first solstice potluck of 2010.If you’re painfully well adjusted,and can roll with life’s entropy dance then think this as:The Clean-Out-Your-Freezer Solstice Potluck.Let the rhythm of the moon fire your kitchen muse.Melt that hunk a something you iceberged last winterand make…See More
Are you a teacher who would like to find out more about adding gardening to your classroom curriculum? Are you a parent who would like your children's school to start a school garden? Come hear Don Bockleheide talk about how to green your classroom! Please RSVP to Earth Fare at Southpark
My husband and I moved from Lubbock, TX, to Rock Hill, SC in August because he got a job as a professor at Winthrop University. We've been lacto-ovo vegitarians for 12 years (although we have no beef with concientious meat eaters). We prefer fresh, local, seasonal food and are actively searching for sources in the area. In Lubbock, I converted our entire back yard into an organic vegetable garden with 4' wide permanant beds. I'm VERY serious about tomatoes, and have grown at least twenty five varieties. I'm a literature nerd. I'm learning how to knit. My best buddy is a brilliant spotted mutt named Zephaniah.
New Mexico Green Chili, homegrown tomatoes, fresh black eye peas, Charantais melons, alpine strawberries, good cheese, green olives and sharp chedder with pinot grigio, sugar snap peas, salad garnished with cherokee purple tomatoes and Mrs. Burns' Lemon basil...
(ask me again next week and I'll say something different)
I thought it went well lots of parents that were willing to help. Anything we can help do in the classroom I can cover the cost through my school. Let me know when you want to plan the next event, I love helping!