More than 4,700 events in all 50 states are happening to celebrate Food Day in 2013! Many events have already happened this month. Using the map below, you can search for registered upcoming events near you using your city, state, address, or zip. Once you’ve found an event you’re interested in attending, you can RSVP to let the host know you are coming, and share the event with your friends and family on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.
edible Kansas City is pleased to share the vision of Food Day with a feature article in our Harvest Issue authored by Gordon Rock!
edible KANSAS CITY explores the foods, stories and communities of Platte, Jackson, Clay, Cass, Johnson, Wyandotte, Miami, Leavenworth and Douglas counties in Missouri and Kansas, season by season. We aspire to be the voice of the local food movement, inspiring readers to support and celebrate the farmers, chefs, food artisans and local businesses in our community.
Pick up a complimentary copy of the magazine at one of our 80+ distribution points, subscribe for home delivery, or visit us online at www.ediblekansascity.com
For one year, Rock River Cafe' will feed children aged 13 and under who reside in the Superior Central School District for free when dining in at the Cafe' with at least one parent. The Cafe' is committed to sourcing local, fresh food across the menu. The Cafe' is also committed to the principles of the Slow Foods movement, including access to healthy, real food for everyone.
Rock River Cafe' is located where forest meets farm and is where farm meets fork. The menu changes seasonally, and so do the hours. Please call 906.439.5509.
Starting in December, the Hanapepe Farmers Market will have the ability to process EBT cards, allowing for those enrolled in SNAP and WIC to have access to healthy, locally grown foods!
Starting in December, the Lihu'e Farmers Market will have the ability to process EBT cards, allowing for those enrolled in SNAP and WIC to have access to healthy, locally grown foods!
ETHOS Food Initiative is hosting Haverford’s third annual Food Day event! Stop by for some delicious food from various on-campus groups and local businesses. Dinner will be followed by videos and a discussion on food justice.
Unwind from the week while gaining the knowledge you need to create your favorite restaurant cocktails at home this holiday season! Sage’s Mixologist will teach you how to infuse spirits through sampling, education and hands-on work. You’ll even leave with a customizable jar and recipes to immediately begin creating at home.
Join the Sage Inn & Lounge and artisanal food producers from all over New England for holiday shopping, samples and more. From sweets to soufflés and sauces, shop for yourself and the foodies in your life from over a dozen purveyors then, head into the Lounge for creative cocktails and small plate specials.
Join the Sage Inn & Lounge for Cape Cod’s only New Year’s Eve event for foodies! Enjoy Chef Lucio’s 6-course international fusion dinner to the sounds of Cape Cod musicians Fred Fried and Bruce Abbott. Delight in our original culinary creations, such as Crisp English Sole with Yellow Curry Mustard, Buttered Potato Cake and a Raspberry Vinegar and Cane Sugar Spritz, Chocolate Trio complete with homemade Chocolate Cake with Italian Buttercream, Orange Infused Chocolate Truffles and Raspberry Chocolate Mousse and much more. Limited spaces are available!
A hat, a water bottle, sunscreen, gloves (tight fitting are better), sunglasses or any other clothes you will need for the weather. Also bring a snack. Kids are welcomed and not expected to work hard the extire time, but we do encourage them to be involved in some way. Please let us know the age of the kid(s) so we can incorporate them to the best of our ability.
DO NOT BRING:
Please leave your dog at home. It tends to make the owner distracted and dogs have a tendency to walk all over the plants. Thank you for your understanding.
We will provide a pesant lunch, however please bring a snack and water.
YOU MUST RSVP