Thursday, September 12, 2013
Local food is real. We see it at Findlay Market as the number of people supporting our farmers, food artisans, butchers, ﬁshmongers, cheese sellers, bakers and chefs continues to grow everyday. Yet it is more than food. It is that sense of community people feel at public markets- the satisfaction and pleasure in knowing the people who grow, prepare or handle what you eat. And it’s the art, culture and music that naturally ﬂourish any place where people like to gather.
Tickets for sale here: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/eat-local-for-the-globe-tickets-7149627729
For Greenmarket 2014, Edible Ohio Valley was a curator for the Lexicon of Sustainability Pop-up Show series. Each pop-up show was a mobile art presentation complete with 24 photographs, showcasing the new terms and explaining sustainability in our ever-changing environment.
The pop-up show was a huge success, as well as the short films and book that go with it.
To watch the complete series of short films, visit http://www.lexiconofsustainability.com/short-films/#
Farm to Fork III: A Celebration of Women Farmers Sunday, September 14th, 2014, 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm $75 per person
Grailville & Edible Ohio Valley Magazine, in partnership with Turner Farm, are excited for our third annual celebration of women in agriculture—and of the tasty food they provide us! Spend an evening at Grailville feasting on excellent local food and showing your support and encouragement to the women farmers in the tri-state area. Grailville has a long tradition of women in agriculture from our beginning in 1944 until today and we are pleased to take this time to honor those women who helped to pave the way and those who continue to work the land! A beautiful meal will be prepared by local guest chef, Frannie Kroner of FEAST and Sleepy Bee Cafe, that will incorporate locally-sourced ingredients provided by the women farmers we are celebrating as well as from other community growers and local sources, like Green BEAN Delivery. The meal will also feature local wine from Valley Vineyards and dessert from local bakery, Bon Bonerie. There will be plenty of time to converse and network with folks interested in fresh and local foods and with the people who bring them to our tables, including specially invited women farmers, both beginning and seasoned. We will also be able to kick up our heels with some great music from local female musician, Susan Pepper. The evening is designed to encourage the coming together of women farmers with the community they nourish. All are welcome to this celebration of food and the women who grow it!
The Community Dinner was a success! Artisans and sponsors alike came together at the Peterloon Estate, Saturday August 2nd, for dinner and a guest speaker. Daniel Klein, of The Perennial Plate, joined as he spoke about his travels around the world filming anything from oregano farmers in Mexico to a wheat farmer turned restauranteur in China. He showed a few episodes of The Perennial Plate and spoke on his experiences on the road.
Dinner followed Klein’s speech and was prepared by several artisans including:
- Whole Foods
- Fab Ferments
- Woodlands Pork
- Peacock Pastry
- Cooks’ Wares
- Blue Oven Bakery
- Keegan’s Seafood
- The Spicy Olive
- Eban Bakery
- My Artisano Foods
- Park + Vine
- Fireside Pizza
- Snowville Creamery
- The Spice & Tea Exchange
- Carabello Coffee
- The Palace
The dinner menu ranged from margherita pizza to lamb sliders, smoked trout to kale salad. Wine from Kinkead Ridge Winery and Meranda-Nixon Winery and Beer from Great Crescent Brewery were available to drink is special edition Edible Ohio Valley mason jars.
The event was a huge success and we’d like to thank all of the sponsors, artisans, and guests for coming!
Ohio Valley Greenmarket is a celebration of local farmers, food, and sustainability. For Greenmarket 2014, Ford is bringing four of their newest fuel efficient hybrids to test drive throughout the event. With Ford’s new line of Energi cars, you can fully charge up your electric car overnight, while still getting the best gas mileage on the road. The cars that will be in attendance for Greenmarket 2014 are:
- C-Max Energi (plug-in)
- C-Max Hybrid
- Fusion Energi (plug-in)
- Fusion Hybrid
The hybrid plug-in models have software designed to help drivers get the most from the system with information such as instantaneous fuel economy and regenerative breaking status displayed on the dash, helping drivers more closely monitor how their driving behavior affects vehicle efficiency.
“Ford’s electrified vehicles offer a great combination of efficiency, performance, technology, and affordability that we believe will help spur adoption of these advanced vehicles,” says Kevin Layden, Director, Ford Electrified Powertrain Engineering.
Come to Greenmarket 2014 for fresh produce, fun, and a test drive in a brand new fuel efficient car!
The Carriage House Farm is helping lead the way to a new food culture in the Greater Cincinnati region by moving from GMO mono-crops to small specialty grains, fresh produce, and farming based on polyculture and sustainability. The fresh vegetables, herbs, honey, and grain they produce is available at a variety of retailers, restaurants, and markets in the Cincinnati area.
This year, the Carriage House Farm will provide fresh produce at Peterloon for the Ohio Valley Greenmarket Community Dinner (August 2nd).
For more information on Carriage House Farm, visit their website here: http://www.carriagehousefarmllc.com/Carriage_House_Farm/Carriage_House_Farm.html
Findlay Market is Ohio’s oldest continuously operated public market and one of Cincinnati’s most cherished institutions. The Market is located just blocks from downtown in Over-the-Rhine, a dense historic neighborhood rich in 19th century architecture.
Come to the Findlay Market Saturday July 26th and Sunday July 27th for craft beers and barbecue! For more info: http://www.findlaymarket.org/blog/index.php?newsId=444
Findlay Market is a gathering place for people from all over the city. It routinely attracts perhaps the most socially, economically, racially, and ethnically diverse crowds found anywhere in Cincinnati. They come for the sights and sounds and smells of an old-fashioned public market, for the great variety of fabulous fresh foods, for bargains, for people watching, and for a quintessentially urban shopping experience.
To learn more about Findlay Market’s history, watch this video: http://vimeo.com/5249005
For more information, visit their website: http://www.findlaymarket.org
The EOV Burlap Bag (new!!)
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Greenmarket 2014 is almost here but we need some help…
Saturday/Aug 2 volunteers will help at Community Dinner at Peterloon in Indian Hill
Sunday/Aug 3 volunteers will help at the Greenmarket Festival at Gorman Heritage Farm in Evendale
Pick your time
Saturday/ Aug 2nd (3p-9p) at the Community Dinner
Sunday/ Aug 3rd – morning (9a-2p)
Sunday/Aug 3rd – afternoon (1p-6p)
If you’re interested, please email us and let us know what day/time you prefer firstname.lastname@example.org or just call the office and we’ll get you set up 513-297-0810
- A free 1yr subscription to EOV ($28)
- 1 EOV burlap bag ($15)
- (1) Discount ticket to The Community Dinner (save $20)
That’s $63.00 in value!!
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Green B.E.A.N. is a dynamic food company that takes a multifaceted approach to building local food systems. B.E.A.N. is an acronym that represents their core initiatives: Biodynamic, Education, Agriculture, and Nutrition. Their goal is to make healthy and sustainably grown local food affordable, accessible, and convenient to the Midwest communities they serve. They serve their mission by building food systems and businesses that address our communities’ greatest food challenges. They work with a network of local farmers and artisans that have both urban and rural roots.
Visit their website here: http://www.greenbeandelivery.com/cincinnati/
Check out the Edible Ohio Valley article on Green B.E.A.N. Delivery (Spring 2013): http://edibleohiovalley.com/stories/spring-2013/a-growing-partnership/