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WNY Food Show Debuts Online January 9

In Cooking Fresh, Edible Events, The Eco-Chef on January 6, 2009 at 10:32 pm
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Nelson Starr - host of All Access Pass

 

Buffalo Music Hall of Fame alumn and famed local foodie, Nelson Starr (yes, this is the guy who was a runner-up in last year’s Travel Channel contest to bring “Anthony Bourdain-No Reservations” show to the Queen City) is launching a new online food show this Friday, showcasing local food, dining and music.  Starr’s popular video-submission for the Travel Channel contest was the inspiration to do this “spin-off” show which Starr promises will be “…a fresh take on Buffalo food and dining both in terms of how the food is presented and the unique production style used to showcase that content.”

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Pocket O’Sushi

In Cooking Fresh, Edible Traditions, From the Land, From the Sea, The Eco-Chef, Uncategorized on January 6, 2009 at 9:51 pm
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California Roll

 

I like guides, particularly the pocket-variety.  I can carry them in my purse, refer to them as needed and even share information with friends.   Needless to say I was beyond happy when I recieved  my new  issue of edible BOSTON (yes, I am in the enviable club of edible publishers, one of the perks is getting every edible publication delivered to my door).  Well, this issue was shrink wrapped as it had a “pocket sushi guide” enclosed.  Yippee!!  Read the rest of this entry »

Winter Vegetable Workshop

In Cooking Fresh, Edible Events on December 16, 2008 at 1:17 pm
Cornucopia of Winter Vegetables, Bejo Seeds, Geneva, NY

Cornucopia of Winter Vegetables, Bejo Seeds, Geneva, NY

 

On Monday I  attended a winter vegetable workshop presented by the Cornell Cooperative Extension vegetable expert, Robert Hadad and hosted by national seed breeder, Bejo Seeds in Geneva, NY.  I wasn’t sure what to expect as this year’s event was incorporating a local chef panel and tasting portion which was non-existent from last year’s workshop.  I arrived late (mostly due to the fact I didn’t realize just how far Geneva is from Buffalo) but got there just in time for the winter garden “field walk” and cold storage tour.  Read the rest of this entry »