Which farmer will walk away with the first-ever “Purveyor of the Year” Elby?
This week: Rappahannock gets featured in the second national magazine in as many weeks, a number of popup restaurant events are going on around town, and Dinner in the Field is back. Plus, details on the Scott’s Addition Pumpkin Festival and a new restaurant at Rocketts Landing. All this and more!
Owning a farm is physically exhausting and emotionally taxing, but Autumn and Brian are devoted to the idea of growing great food.
Family-owned oyster farms along the Chesapeake Bay are creating jobs and cleaning the Bay–one delicious mollusk at a time.
Lockhart Family Farm’s Josiah Lockhart is bringing heritage and rare-breed meat to chefs and consumers and planning a distribution network to do so more efficiently. He will represent Slow Food RVA at the inaugural Slow Meat symposium in Denver.
Richmond chefs are bringing their own, home-grown produce to the table.
Unhappy with selections at big-name grocery chains? Here’s a list of local online stores and CSAs!