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!

Hot dogs don’t have to be boring. In fact, they don’t even need to include meat! Even if you’re not a dog aficionado, you’ll dig our inspired culinary creations for both vegans and meat lovers. Some call for your favorite franks—grilled, boiled, pan-fried, nuked, or however you like to prep ’em—plus exciting toppings like peanut sauce or grilled corn. Others ditch the traditional dog altogether and use vegan franks or marinated carrots instead. Fetch these ideas below or use them as a springboard to concoct your own dynamite dogs. Find ingredients for these doggone good hot dog recipes at the Shop. 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! – […]

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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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