Archive for June, 2014

Good Times at the Good Food BBQ

Thank you to all the guests & Good Food community folk who came out to enjoy the Good Food BBQ! It was a beautiful day filled with delicious local food and live music amid the lush greenery of Linden Hill Gardens. We are already looking forward to celebrating all-things-summer with you again in 2015. Check out these great pictures that capture the Good Food BBQ vibe!   A heartfelt thanks to Jerry Fritz & Linden Hill Gardens for hosting our event. The day’s success was also thanks to our wonderful vendors: Blue Moon Acres, First Field Ketchup, Brad’s Raw Chips, Rainbow Farm, Homestead Coffee Roasters, and Sweet Note Bakery. A special call-out to St. John’s Food Bank: Thank you so […]

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The Hot Dog Days of Summer Are Here!

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With summertime in full swing, have you grilled your first frankfurter yet? Even if you’re not a dog aficionado, you’ll dig these inspired culinary creations for both vegans & meat lovers. From the Bison Chili Cheese & Sonoran Hot Dog with natural, grass-fed beef franks to a grilled carrot “dog” & a real corn dog, there’s one you’ll want to fetch in Chef Chris’ 8 Dogs a Week collection. Find all these doggone good hot dog recipes at the Door to Door Organics Kitchen in Chef Chris’ 8 Dogs a Week collection. Download this infographic.Embed Our Infographic On Your Site!Image Width%px<img src="https://blog.doortodoororganics.com/tristate/files/2014/06/Hot-Dog-Infographic_square_v3.jpg" alt="The Hot Dog Days of Summer Are Here! – An Infographic from Door to Door Organics Tristate" width="100%" […]

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As I walk into the office of First Field Jersey Ketchup in Princeton, New Jersey, a collection of glass jars lining the windowsill catches my eye. These are no ordinary jars, but a collection of antique ketchup bottles sprinkled in between books like Tomatoland: How Modern Industrial Agriculture Destroyed Our Most Alluring Fruit. Hanging on the walls are paintings of the company’s logo and various fruits created by a family member. They are reminiscent of American Watercolorist Charles Demuth and pop with intensity, color, and texture (I secretly want a print for my office). There is a passion in the air and a commitment to build community as Patrick Leger tells me, “We’re not trying to do anything new, we’re […]

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