Johnson & Wales University (JWU), Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) and Farm Fresh RI will share a 2018 New England Food Vision Prize, a $250,000 award from the Henry P. Kendall Foundation, to encourage colleges and universities to increase the amount of regionally produced food on campus menus.
As we approach Thanksgiving, we want to let you know that we will be changing our delivery schedule that week to accommodate the holiday. There will be no delivery for Thursday, November 22. There will be no ordering on Monday, November 19 for delivery …
Don’t miss this food system news from around our region: Join the conversation with Soul Fire Farm Co-Director and “Farming While Black” author Leah Penniman to learn how you can be part of the movement for food sovereignty and help build a food system based on justice, dignity, and abundance for all members of our community. Save the date for Boston’s Local Specialty Crop & Local Food Trade Show. And help build the 2019 New England Farm to Institution Summit!
Our Thai Chicken Wrap has been selling like crazy ever since we put it on the menu this fall at our Harvest Kitchen Local Foods Café. The base is a peanut sauce that can be very versatile. Now you can try the recipe at home thanks to our Food Service Manager, Chef Sean Kontos!
Saturdays are Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers Market days — an indoor celebration of great local eats and community! Join us in the Hope Artiste Village building on Main St in Pawtucket for a truly memorable experience, every Saturday through April. Check out our vendors, market map, and other happenings in and around the market for November 10.
Take a peek into Market Mobile. See a few of the many restaurants, grocers, institutions, and other businesses that purchased from local farmers and producers this week, and check out some of the local food on offer like Bread & Butter Zucchini Pickles from Harvest Kitchen, Fish Bone Broth from Five Ways Food, and Vivace Cheese from Cato Corner Farm.
See what’s in store this week at the farmers market. Check out this season’s full list of vendors for November and December. View an overview map of the market and surrounding parking options. See a rundown of where each farmer, fisher, and food producer is located inside the market. And stay informed about vendor products, specials and other happenings in and around the market on Saturday!
We are excited to share this season’s Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers Market tote bag! Purchase yours, along with this season’s poster, while supplies last. And pick up one of our new Farm Fresh RI hats and our T-shirt, now available to the public! Stop by the Harvest Kitchen table at the Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers Market, Saturdays 9am-1pm, to get yours.
Take a peek into Market Mobile. See a few of the many restaurants, grocers, institutions, and other businesses that purchased from local farmers and producers this week, and check out some of the local food on offer like Brussels Sprouts from Kitchen Garden Farm in Sunderland, MA.
It was a pleasure to meet with another group in our community working toward a common goal for our local food system, and our local youth! Our trainees enjoyed a change of scene, spending some time in the fresh air and seeing how some of the fresh ingredients they work with in the kitchen started out in the fields.
In case you missed it! The Rhode Island DEM is promoting growth in our local farm economy by awarding a total of $276,614 in grants to be invested in specialty crop production and sales in Rhode Island. We are proud to be one one of six recipient organizations, and are grateful for the opportunity this funding will allow us to expand the educational component of our RI Farm to School program!
We are gearing up for another amazing season at the largest indoor farmers market in New England! Opening day at the Pawtucket Wintertime Farmers Market is coming up November 3rd — and will be open every Saturday 9am–1pm through April, 2019! Check out the tantalizing list of vendors for November and December at the market!
Our Cranberry Applesauce is so good, you’ll enjoy it straight out of the jar. It’s also a perfect condiment for all your holiday meals. Try it for breakfast as a parfait with yogurt, topped with granola. Or simply serve a healthy scoop with ice cream for dessert! Warm or cold, you can’t go wrong with this sweet and tangy fall allstar.
We are thrilled with this article in Rhode Island Monthly about developers cleaning up toxic sites in our state, featuring our work to remediate land on Kinsley Avenue in the Valley Neighborhood of Providence — future site of the RI Food Hub!