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Local Food: We Still have Lots of Work to be Done

Local Food: We Still have Lots of Work to be Done

There is something special about gathering with a local group of friends for dinner. I belong to a dinner book club that every month and a half or, so we meet at someone’s house to share a meal.  How delicious to taste and hear the […]

Bridging the Rural to Urban Gap

Bridging the Rural to Urban Gap

Chefs for Farmers (CFF), top culinary event in Dallas, intersects rural and urban by connecting farmers and chefs and foodies.  Finest chefs want the finest and freshest ingredients, but they also know the value in the regional history of what has been grown or raised.  […]

How to Honor the Face and Taste of Local Food

How to Honor the Face and Taste of Local Food

Pat Simon, Custom Cafe Foods, served her Chipotle Bacon Dip on roasted purple potatoes to start the farm-to-table dinner.   Two Chefs, Robby and Victoria Hooker, love farmers markets. They moved to Dallas in 2009 as chef instructors at the Art Institute of Dallas Culinary […]

To Market, To Market to Buy the Real Deal!

To Market, To Market to Buy the Real Deal!

Yep, we go to the farmers market because you can meet your farmers face to face and buy straight from the hands that produced your food. There a ‘feel good’ about really knowing where your food comes from. That ‘feel good’ is so motivating to […]