Boston Local Food Festival

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Posts Tagged ‘food’

Jump on the Big Rock! »

  In 1999, Aaron Brochu, a former scup fisherman in New Bedford, acquired an agricultural grant to start an oyster farm in Dennis. After a visit to Cape Cod, Aaron decided he wanted to try his hand at this type of fishing. Boom. Big Rock Oyster was born… and thank goodness! Raise your hand if […]
Posted by: Meagan Spencer on August 11, 2014 @ 10:30 am
Filed under: Big Eater Small Body,Blog

Sponsor Spotlight: Katsiroubas! »

In light of recent food events and festivals, The Rose Kennedy Greenway is continuing to prove itself as a huge proponent and supporter of some of Boston’s most exciting ventures in sustainability and food. From their daily food truck presence to by-weekly farmer’s markets, The Greenway is preparing for its first shot at hosting the annual Boston Local […]
Posted by: Nicola on July 30, 2012 @ 10:05 am
Filed under: Blog,Boston Local Food Festival

‎ALLocal Dinner – A Conversation about Localizing Food at nourish in Lexington »

SBN hosts “A Conversation about Localizing Food,” the 12th installment of the ALLocal Dinner Series on January 23, 2012.  Join us at nourish for a delicious meal and a thoughtful discussion as Karen Masterson, founder and owner of nourish in Lexington Center, serves up a responsibly sourced and reasonably priced, delectable three-course meal. Entree options include nourish‘s […]
Posted by: Nicola on January 16, 2012 @ 4:54 pm
Filed under: Blog,Chef Profile,News

Boston Local Food Festival attracts 30,000 people! »

On Saturday, October 1st, the rain fled just as the crowds arrived for the second annual Boston Local Food Festival.  Numerous people captured their experiences in words, photos and videos.  The resulting collection of media pieces together a buffet of sights, sounds and activities reflective of individual interests and values.  Here is a sampling of […]
Posted by: Nicola on October 28, 2011 @ 3:09 pm
Filed under: Blog

Watch City Brewing Co »

“It’s Hawaiian themed, with toasted coconut and hibiscus flowers,” said Aaron Mateychuk, and no, he’s not talking about a martini, he’s describing Watch City Brewery’s Toasted Ah Ah Pale Ale, one of the beers that they’re featuring at the Boston Local Food Festival. Who needs a Bud Light when you can get a smooth golden […]
Posted by: Nicola on September 30, 2011 @ 10:41 am
Filed under: Blog

Feast for the Eyes Exhibit »

Art at 12: Fort Point Arts Community’s alternative community, gallery and performance space More information on FPAC can be found here. FPAC is located at 300 Summer Street M1, Boston, MA 02210 Feast for the Eyes What does it mean to nourish or to seek sustenance? In contrast, what does food mean when it is […]
Posted by: Nicola on September 29, 2011 @ 5:48 pm
Filed under: Blog

Preview of This Year’s Boston Local Food Festival »

Check out our new video featuring a preview of what to expect at this year’s festival, compliments of how2heros!  
Posted by: Nicola on September 28, 2011 @ 4:20 am
Filed under: Blog,News

Oxfam at Boston Local Food Festival »

When I heard Oxfam was going to have a booth at the festival, I was a bit surprised. With the majority of our vendors serving up freshly harvested local food or showcasing New England crafted beers, it seemed that our celebration would not be of interest to an international organization that focuses on aiding developing […]
Posted by: Nicola on September 27, 2011 @ 2:17 pm
Filed under: Blog

Stone Hearth Pizza: creative Neopolitan-style pizza »

Growing up in New York City, I was fortunate to be exposed to good pizza and it is something I take very seriously. One restaurant in the Boston area has taken the pursuit of good pizza and combined it with another of my passions, supporting local farms, in a wonderful way. Stone Hearth Pizza, with locations in […]
Posted by: Nicola on September 26, 2011 @ 9:09 am
Filed under: Blog

Get Active About Local »

You’ve probably heard of Jamie Oliver and his health food in school movement. What you may not have heard about is our own hometown heros that have been working on a food & fitness movement in the communities around Boston. And they’ve been doing it since 2006! You could call them the pioneers of the […]
Posted by: Nicola on September 20, 2011 @ 10:00 am
Filed under: Blog
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