The process of fermenting foods has been around for thousands of years. Read this producer spotlight by guest contributor Danielle Woodward to learn more about how Kaylyn Keane is making the lost art of cultured foods a fit for the everyday diet.
Take a peek into Market Mobile each week to see some of the local food on offer — like these beautiful Bomster Scallops, FLASH-frozen on the boat — and get a taste of the wide range of restaurants, schools, grocers, and other businesses sourcing local in our community.
Saturdays 9am-1pm are all about our Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers Market, an indoor celebration of great local eats and community! This week it’s a Balloon-Dragon Parade sponsored by Art on the Spot (Kara, our “balloon lady”)! Watch as the parade winds through the market, beginning at 10:30 in the Yellow Hallway (999 Main St entrance). Or meet Kara there at 10:15 to walk in the parade. Bring an instrument to play! Dress as your favorite zodiac animal! Plus, learn how you can WIN $20 and hear from some of our vendors: Fully Rooted, Popette of Pendulum, Harvest Kitchen, and HG80.
Our Harvest Kitchen Local Foods Café is more than just your neighborhood food establishment. Featuring locally sourced ingredients in every menu item means that your purchase not only supports Harvest Kitchen’s job training program and the local youth we serve, but also local farmers, small-scale food producers, and Rhode Island’s local food system.
This month, our Nutrition Education team held three local food taste tests at Rhode Island elementary schools and visited with local seniors as part of our Farm to Senior series.
Take a peek into Market Mobile each week to see some of the local food on offer — like the catch of the day from small, independent New England fishing boats via Red’s Best Seafood in Boston — and get a taste of the wide range of restaurants, schools, grocers, and other businesses sourcing local in our community.
On January 18th, our 20th session of youth trainees graduated from our Harvest Kitchen culinary training program for youth ages 16–19 involved with the RI Department of Children, Youth, and Families (DCYF). This session’s adventure started back in September with eight trainees — and we are proud to report that all eight graduated!
Saturdays are all about our Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers Market, an indoor celebration of great local eats and community! Learn what’s in store for tomorrow’s farmers market, including the return of Rocket Fine Street Food, the last week to enjoy the HG80 truck this season, new rotating vendor Deke’s Bagels, and more! Plus, be sure to save the date for an interactive Balloon-Dragon Parade with Art on the Spot (“the balloon lady”) at next week’s market — February 2!
Take a peek into Market Mobile each week to see some of the local food on offer — like bone broths made from locally sourced bones by Five Way Foods in Boston — and get a taste of the wide range of restaurants, schools, grocers, and other businesses sourcing local in our community.
Cluck & Trowel recently had a devastating barn fire. Get the latest update and find out how you can help support their recovery efforts — from donating directly to attending these upcoming fun-raising events!
Part of having a robust economy in Rhode Island is keeping local food producers making and thriving here. To support these food business we are partnering with Hope & Main — an incubator program that jumpstarts early-stage food businesses — to increase the distribution and marketing opportunities for producers of RI-made products.
Saturdays are all about the Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers Market — an indoor celebration of great local eats and community! The forecast calls for at least a “Wintery Mix” beginning tomorrow night. Stock up on everything you need before the storm — and the big game on Sunday! This just in: NEW Peppermint Cacao Hemp Mylk from Fully Rooted, plus Vegan Sofrito Stew from Harvest Kitchen tomorrow!
Last night, our Harvest Kitchen youth trainees and staff visited Agnes Little Elementary School in Pawtucket for the school’s “Homework Diner” series. Our group served the 200+ parents and children that attended the collaborative community event. Every …