Farm & Food Friday May 27, 2016

Howdy from Texas!

I’ve been in Aggieland (my alma mater–nothing to do with tomatoes!) the past two days attending the Grass-Fed Beef Course. What an info-packed couple of days! One tidbit: Did you know that grass-finished beef typically has yellower fat than grain finished due to beta-carotene in their diet?

Back in the Piedmont, be on the lookout next Wednesday for the first lunch & learn book club with Dr. Deborah Barnes at the Greensboro Farmers Curb Market. On June 1, they’ll explore hunger and the ways governmental food policies’ impact food security.

Sheri Castle; food writer, cooking teacher, recipe taster and developer, will be in the Community Booth sharing her new book, Rhubarb over at the Cobblestone Market in Old Salem THIS Saturday.

Coming up:

 

June 4
Kids First Saturdays: Whoa, Slow & Go Foods
Greensboro Farmers Curb Market
10am -10:30 or 10:45

MUST PRE-REGISTER!

June 18
Taste of Summer Burger Challenge
Greensboro Farmers Curb Market
8am-11:30am

June 19-25 Guilford Local Foods Events

 

June 22, Wed: Guilford Local Foods -Tours and Tastings

June 25, Sat: Guilford Local Foods -Tours and Tasting

 

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