Lyn's Food Day Story: Food is a Team Sport →
How building food community can help you maintain focus on healthy, sustainable meals!
Sunday Slow Cooked Beef Brisket and Sour Cream...
I will admit that I am a new convert to the sustainable food and healthy, local eating movement. Though I’ve always had an appreciation for good food, when I went away to college, my family was still regularly ordering pizza dinners after a long workweek. When I came back, the only option for breakfast was oats groats, and the new town CSA was determining our supper options. It took a little bit...
My Food Day Story: Brianna's Curried Squash and...
I’m sitting here, heating my curried squash and kale dumplings in the last minutes before I head over to the CSP, and I remembered that I hadn’t shared the dish’s story yet. So this will be quick and too the point. My apartment has a CSA share, and I still can’t help myself from stopping by the Farmer’s market most weeks. Right now this means we have a LOT of...
My Food Day Story: Susan's Apple Crisp →
Martha's Food Day Story: grazedelivered.com -- the...
Thanks for your submission, Martha! Share your own Food Day Story by submitting photos, a link to your blog, or video. My husband and I found ourselves driving home to Boston from frequent visits to Vermont with a cooler filled with the best of the farmer’s markets. Still, we figured, this food traveled many fewer miles than the less-fresh versions we shopped for at our local supermarkets. ...
Danny Seo's 5 Tips for Saving Money at the Organic... →
Food Day: Eating Real for the Rest of Us →
A little more on Food Day from the BFS Blog.
$5 Tips and Tricks and Challenges: Mission... →
5challenge: Slow Food USA has thrown down the gauntlet to members across the country: Prepare a healthy, nutritious dinner for the same price as a fast-food meal. Josh Viertel, president of Slow Food USA wants us all to take the $5 Challenge on Saturday, Sept. 17, its national day of action. My…
If it comes in a package, there was a middleman involved that probably added a...– … I buy fruits and veggies from the produce section and then turn my attention to the bulk bin (found at Whole Foods and a ton of other grocery stores). Grains, beans, and legumes abound and I’m always trying something new. - submitted by LaureND (via 5challenge)
How to Share your Food Day Story
Whether you’re attending our Food Day Swap or just want to participate in Food Day, we’re creating a forum to share your story. That might mean that you document how you found your ingredients (e.g. from a local small scale farm or from a grocery store that has strict environmental standards for their suppliers), made something that is so good and nutritious that kids might even...