In the end, eating local is about taste, quality, and community. Also, owner Jon Cherniss makes a case for “Certified Organic.”
Posts by Alyssa Schoeneman:
Eating Local, Part 7: Pasta Alley & Moore Family Farm
If you live here, you should know your local food producers.
Eating Local, Part 6: Triple S Farms
You can find healthy, humanely-raised animals at Triple S Farms. As well as a local farmer worth getting to know.
Eating Local, Part 5
Other outlets to buy and eat local, inlcuding: Common Ground, Strawberry Fields, and Bacaro.
Eating Local, Part 4: CSA
In an ideal world, “the ownership society” would mean holding shares in Community Supported Agriculture (CSA). And instead of losing your home, you get fresh food.
Eating Local, Part 3: A day at the farmers’ market
If you want the freshest local food, you head to the farmers’ market.
Eating Local: Part 2
In which we follow local chef and blogger Scott Koeneman through the farmer’s market in preparation for his Pasta Primavera.
Eating Local: Part 1
The first installment in a series that will run during August, tracking the path of food from farm to plate, and examining the culture of eating local. We start with the transformation of food blogger Scott Koeneman.
Salsa in CU, Part IV: Learn before you leap
Alyssa concludes her series with a request that newcomers respect the form and its participants by learning a bit about salsa before they hit the club.
Dance/USA: Create the future
The annual Dance/USA conference provides an opportunity for dancers, choreographers, artistic directors, and other dance professionals to network and engage in programs focused on creating “a vibrant future of dance.”