Local In Season
Homemade Bacon Print
Features - The Craft of Cooking
Written by Jon Ross-Wiley   

The Boston Local Food Festival was amazing yesterday! Terrific energy all around, and the vendor selection was unbelievable. At the Local In Season Do-It-Yourself Demo Booth, we sponsored three demos which included vermicomposting, making a garden in a potato sack, and an awesome live cooking demo from LIS contributing writer, Kate Demase! Patrick and I also shared the "how-tos" of dehydrating apples, sun-drying tomatoes, building root cellar, and making your own bacon. Thanks to all who attended demos.


The bacon demo was quite popular, so I wanted to post the recap here on LIS. I loved talking about my favorite food, and hope you try this at home...you'll be so glad you did!

Cambridge Brewing Company
Written by Michelle Collins   

Locally-grown pumpkins, barley and wild rosemary – all ingredients that make a good beer.

Last week, I attended the “Drink Local Craft Beer” dinner at Cambridge Common. Four courses were paired with four Cambridge Brewing Company beers (in addition to a “Welcome Brew” that was served at the beginning of the evening). There was plenty of imbibing, eating and indulging – and a lot of talk about local beer.

Cambridge Brewing Company (CBC)’s tag line says it all: “Fresh beer. Local food.” Open since 1989, CBC takes pride in brewing seasonal, delicious beers made with the freshest, as-local-as-possible ingredients. With over 30 pumpkin brews currently on tap at their restaurant, it’s clear the brewery has a passion and dedication for seasonal food being grown nearby.

Five Ways to Eat a Peach Print
Right Food for the Season - Late Summer
Written by Michelle Lahey   

Summer might be coming to an end, but there are several ways to savor its last few minutes. Going to the beach, drinking a mojito and biting into a juicy peach are all relevant activities that come to mind. 

Rhubarb: It's Not Just for Pie Anymore Print
Right Food for the Season - Early Summer
Written by Michelle Lahey   

Rhubarb season may be over, but if you saved some stalks from your CSA in June - or, if you're already eagerly awaiting spring for the next rhubarb bounty - then this post's for you.

The Newburyport Farmers' Winter Market Print
Features - Farmers and Markets
Written by Liz Lamson   
Just because the temperatures are dropping outside does not mean you have to say goodbye to the most convenient way to get your locally-grown foods. The Newburyport Farmers' Market has a winter edition that runs on Sundays, twice a month, December through March. Here, you'll be able to find tons of locally-grown and prepared foods and crafts from all around New England. 
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