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Asparagus Pesto Salad
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New Food: Chive Flowers! Found at Union Sq Green Market.
Riki These lovely flowering chives are great perennials to grow in one's garden or in the pot-plants. I grow them and propagate them and they keep coming back each spring and never disappoint.
Snagged an autograph from Michael Moss at last night's #FoodRevolution event!
DietID_TeamDietitians Oh this is so fab
"Soil is something to be respected and revered."
New Food: Lions Mane Mushroom growing in Brooklyn Food Works.
"“New Food of the Week! Lions Mane Mushroom. My friend @shroom in Brooklyn is cultivating these out of Brooklyn Food Works. Fuzzy little things! I'm told…”"
DietID_TeamDietitians Whoa! Growing Inside??
JenniferEmilson Too cool!
MargaretG My brother grows those in NC but I haven't seen them up here! Are they for sale?
Roasted Lamb Riblets with Chimichurri Sauce - Sparkle Kitchen - A recipe focused on #nofoodwaste!
"Have you noticed the new no food waste trend? It is now en vogue to eat every single part of a food, including the stems, the roots, the flowers, the bark, the seeds, right down to the ears and ta...
Change Food Community News: April 8, 2016: Events and News in the Good Food Movement
"Welcome to the Guide 2 Good Food’s Community News section, where every two weeks we provide updates on what the Change Food Community is doing"
New food of the week: Golden Nugget Tangerine
"“New food of the week: Golden Nugget Tangerine! Notice all the lumpiness! This fruit embraces all its curves 😉 @foodcoop was sampling them today and I had…”"
Change Food Fest - Nov 11-13, NYC Actively look at solutions that will create a sustainable food system. Apply to be a speaker or to attend at ChangeFood.org.
7yr changefood.org New York City
"The Change Food Fest will take place in New York City on November 11, 12 and 13, 2016. We will explore and celebrate change happening"
Jerusalem Artichokes or Sunchokes are the tuber of a sunflower.
"“New food of the week: Jerusalem Artichokes, as called Sunchokes Tastes like an artichoke with the texture of a rutabaga. They are actually the root of a…”"
DietID_TeamDietitians Our friends at @diginn have been serving sunchoke on the menu for a while, and people loved it when they tried it, but probably wouldn't have picked it up at the market on their own.
lauren Root of a sunflower? I had no idea!
brittanymbarton yeah I was surprised to learn that too @lauren!