Monthly Archives: October 2007

100-mile Thanksgiving Potluck

On Nov.4, 2007, Slow Food Seacoast brings back a popular event for its second year — The 100-Mile Thanksgiving Potluck! All are invited to accept the challenge of sharing a potluck fest of Turkey Day traditions in which all dishes feature ingredients grown within 100 miles of Portsmouth, NH. The public is invited to a 100-Mile Thanksgiving Potluck Dinner at

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Got Garlic?

The New Hampshire Farm Museum is offering a workshop on planting and harvesting garlic and other winter crops, led by organic farmer Jennifer Mayo of Arbutus Hill Farm. Participants will assist in planting a garlic bed and go home with their own garlic seeds to plant. Saturday, OCtober 27 at 10:00 AM. $10 Farm Museum members, $12 nonmembers. NH Farm

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Last Chance at Apple Annie This Season

A note from the orchard: Mild weather and rain-free weekends have meant that Apple Annie has been busy all fall. We ended pick-your-own immediately after Columbus Day, and the number of boxes remaining in our cold storage has dwindled rapidly. We are anticipating closing around November 1. Many years we would be able to remain open till Thanksgiving, but not

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Food & Health Talks

Our friends at MACA (the McIntosh Atlantic Culinary Academy) send word of these two talks on Nov. 8th: Charles R. Santerre, Ph.D.Professor of Food ToxicologyDepartment of Foods and Nutrition, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana USA Seafood: Balancing the Risks and Benefits In recent years, a number of concerns have been raised about the safety of fish. Environmental pollutants that accumulate

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