Slow Food Charlotte is proud to announce a Pollen-Free PotluckThe rules of engagement are as follows:No pollen muffins, no pollen saffron paella, no pollen encrusted tuna with Benadryl aoili, no braised beef & chanterelle mushroom stuffed pollen agnolotti in a port wine & shallot Zyrtec reduction or anything that appears to be made of an incidious fine yellow green dusty substance, wasabi excluded. Beyond that you are free to experiment and make whole the experience of gathering for…See More
David and Mary Beth Blackley owners/operators of Renfrow Hardware store in Matthews are offering a gardening class to show you how you can eat wonderful and healthy vegetables out of your own garden 365 days per yearThe class is $20 and will be held on Thursday, March 25, 6:30p-8:30p, at Renfrow's Hardware Store, 188 N. Trade Street, in Matthews.Attendees will receive a notebook with tips, gardening calendar and recipes as well as great information from two experts on gardening in the…See More
CELEBRATE THE HOLIDAYS WITH US!GREAT FOOD AND WINE!SUPPORT YOUR FAVORITE FARMERS AND ONE OF CHARLOTTE'S BEST RESTAURANTSPoplar Ridge Farm and Ratcliffe on the GreenWe are joining together again for our Second Annual Farm to Table DinnerRatcliffe on the Green425 South Tryon StreetTHURSDAY DECEMBER 10, 20097:00 PMInvite your friends and family and get ready for a great party!This 5 course meal will showcase our fresh seasonal produce, skillfully prepared by Ratcliffe's Chef Mark Hibbs and Sous…See More
Slow Food Charlotte and Welcome Books invite you toA Slow Taste of TuscanyA celebration and special dinner at Passion 8 BistroSupported by Zagat, we present this event as part of a celebration across America of slow food and Douglas Gayeton’s new book Slow: Life in a Tuscan TownJoin us in honoring the simple and superb pleasure of fresh food that has been prepared slowly and locally.Tickets are $180 per couple and include a five-course meal…See More
Chef Mark Hibbs of Ratcliffe on the Green will give a cooking demo using Poplar Ridge Farm produce from that week's harvest and other partner farms. Chef Mark Hibbs is well known in Charlotte for his committment to using fresh, local and organic produce. Guest Speaker Greg Pillar, Ph.D. from Queen's University Environmental Studies Department will discuss global food policies and new food policy assessments for Charlotte-Mecklenberg County. Professor Pillar and his colleague Jessica Braswell…See More
I live in South Charlotte, maintain an organic garden of heirloom fruits and vegetables, also raise strawberries, raspberries and figs. I love to cook especially recipes from my grandmothers and mother. I have kept their cooking bowls and rolling pins and use them when I bake.
I am especially fond of Hungarian and Italian food. I love to bake and can relishes and jams.
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Hi Sue, sorry but I didn't saw your comment. I sell the wines in CHarlotte with VIno Vino distribution. If you have any problem pls contact www.vinusinc.com These are my importers for US market. Thanks a lot
We work the market on Saturdays. But you could come by around 3pm. You will not need your overalls. But I have a smock you can wear while you wash buckets! I tell people that is the price of admission. There are always buckets to be washed.
It was very nice meeting you last night and talking to you.
I have not found any other way how to send a message, other than leaving a comment on your page. So I hope that you will read it. If you want to get together I can give you my email address and my phone number. Let me know.