User: flenvcenter Topic: Food-Regional
Category: Food Distribution :: Farm-To-Table
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Greener Pastures: Expensive farm dinner worth price? 25.7.2011 Vail Colorado: Business
When I asked a friend if she was going to the Outstanding in the Field dinner, hosted at Copper Bar Ranch up Squaw Creek near Edwards, she responded, "No, not at $200 a ticket." Her answer surprised me. This is a woman wh ...
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Outstanding in the Field series comes to Eagle County 21.7.2011 Vail Colorado: News
EDWARDS, Colorado - This year's Outstanding in the Field in the Vail Valley was just that - simply outstanding. Hosted at Copper Bar Ranch for the second consecutive year in conjunction with the unique farm-to-table concep ...
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Farm to brewery dinner set for Sunday in Edwards 13.7.2011 Vail Colorado: News
EDWARDS - Crazy Mountain Brewing Company in Edwards is hosting its first farm-to-table sustainable eating event Sunday. This dinner will pair seven dishes with seven handcrafted beers, set up at various food stations throughout ...
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Farm-to-table is fine, but whats next? 11.5.2011 Durango Herald
Much has been made of the farm-to-table restaurant movement. But what happens to all the food that ends up uneaten at the table?
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Colorado lamb for springtime entertaining 26.4.2011 Vail Colorado: Editorials
Local and sustainable. As the farm-to-table movement sweeps the country, Americans are taking notice of where their food is coming from and taking the extra time to attend a weekly farmer's market or even grow their own veggies. In ad ...
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Farm-to-table is fine, but what comes next? 25.4.2011 Salt Lake Tribune
By KELLY DiNARDO For The Associated Press Published Apr 25, 2011 01:01AM MDT Much has been made of the farm-to-table restaurant movement. But what happens to all the food that ends up uneaten at the table? In what you might call a burgeoning table-to-farm movement, a small but growing number of companies are being launched around the country to answer that question, to help restaurants deal with the ecologically and economically expensive problem of food waste by composting it. “The restaurant business is an incredibly wasteful business,” says Peter Egelston, owner of Po... ...
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Block 16 brings Napa to Vail 23.3.2011 Vail Colorado: News
VAIL - Farm-to-table is the theme of Block 16's menu - Chef Sergio Howland wants everything to be as fresh and seasonal as possible, and by the taste of it, he's already succeeding. Howland came to Vail from an ...
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The Fooderati: Who's Who in the Foodie World 4.2.2011 NewWest.Net All Headlines
The food movement has come a long way, even just in the last five years. Food and how it's grown, cared for and processed has gone from a niche topic to a full-blown revolution. And while the core of the movement continues to be all the people working day-to-day on these issues on the ground: farmers, cooks, eaters and community organizers (Want some great examples? Check out the series from our pages this week), there is a small, but powerful group of people emerging who have put food back on the national stage. This week's food and ag news was rife with stories about and by, as Culinate.com put it, the power hungry.
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Wigwam's new eateries focus on simple elegance, Valley products 24.1.2011 azcentral.com | business
James Beard Award-winner Chris Bianco discusses his farm-to-table philosophy and the dining experience of the Wigwam resort in Litchfield Park.
Former Pro Basketball Player and Food Processor Now Advocates 'Food Within 150 Miles' 20.10.2010 NewWest.Net All Headlines
Former Pro Basketball Player and Food Processor Now Advocates 'Food Within 150 Miles'
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South Routt Nursery to host local food dinner as fundraiser 22.9.2010 Steamboat Pilot
The bread is made with wheat from a farm near Hayden and baked in Oak Creek. The roast comes fresh from South Routt County. And the eggs for the quiche? The chickens are clucking out back.
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Dining news and notes: Farm to Table tour, plus Good Food awards and lots of crayfish 20.8.2010 Salt Lake Tribune
Updated Aug 19, 2010 03:48PM MDT Toyota brings its traveling “Farm to Table Tour” to Salt Lake City’s downtown farmers market on Saturday, Aug. 21. Twelve local chefs will be paired with local farmers, and together will create complimentary bites using fresh produce. The event is from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Pioneer Park, 300 S. 300 West, Salt Lake City. As part of the event, attendees can get a complimentary potted herb plant and enter to win a culinary trip to California. Market visitors will also have the chance to take a ride i... ...
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Colorado schools taste change in student meals 8.8.2010 Denver Post: News: Local
Colorado schools taste change in student meals
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(No heading) 17.7.2010 Vail Colorado: Business
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Caffe Boa Bistro in Tempe makes $4 mil Suns bet 21.5.2010 azcentral.com | news
Caffe Boa Bistro owner Jay Wisniewski vows to feed Suns players for life if they win the championship.
Eating under the open sky in the Vail Valley 20.4.2010 Vail Colorado: Editorials
VAIL, Colorado - Here's a wager: Jim Denevan and his Outstanding in the Field crew are always the last ones to leave the (sometimes metaphorical) campfire, staying up until the wee hours sharing tall tales, lusty elixirs and a love for living in the moment. It's an informed bet, as there's no other type of person who'd want to spend the summer cruising the country in a vintage bus, partnering with local restaurants to bring a farm-to-table culinary showstopper to ranches, sea caves, orchards, farms, community gardens and vineyards across the land. And on July 26, the bus stops in Edwards. Armando Navarro of Larkspur and Jeremy Kittelson of Avondale will be the ones standing in the field - Donovan's Copper Bar Ranch fields in Squaw Creek, to ...
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USDA Deputy Secretary touts fed support for small farmers 6.3.2010 Salt Lake Tribune
Logan » The federal government, known for handing out subsidies to the nation's largest farms, is breaking new ground to support small, local operations.
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Colorado schools recognized for healthy habits 6.11.2009 Denver Post: News: Local
Colorado schools recognized for healthy habits
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Start school year off right with healthy, home-packed lunches 9.9.2009 Durango Herald
The start of school in the fall can be a hectic time.
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Two Durango chefs face off to cook local food at its peak 9.9.2009 Durango Herald
In Durango, food can go from farm to table in hours.     At the second annual Durango Iron Horse Chef Competition, produce was picked in the morning, driven to the market, purchased by a chef and cooked and eaten on site. This is fast food that fills the belly and nourishes the community.The event, organized by Healthy Lifestyle La Plata Coalition in cooperation with Colorado
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