Tag: farmers market

8 is Enough Questions for Chef Fabio Viviani

Born in Florence, Italy Chef Fabio Viviani is everywhere! An award winning chef with multiple restaurants in Southern California and Chicago, best-selling cookbooks (e.g. Fabio’s Italian Kitchen), his own wines, a digital magazine for entrepreneurs, Chef Viviani is probably best known for the charismatic passion he brings to television.

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8 is Enough Questions for Jesse Straight of Whiffletree Farm

When it comes time to get our Thanksgiving turkey, one of our favorite local sources is Whiffletree Farm. This Thanksgiving, we wanted to feature an #8isEnoughQuestions interview with a key person in the Farm to Family Food Chain – a farmer, like so many others, who work hard everyday so that we can enjoy our Thanksgiving turkey.

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8 is Enough Questions for Chef Marc Murphy

We are excited to launch a new #8isEnoughQuestions interview feature with key people in the Farm to Family Food Chain such as farmers, chefs, retailers, and more. Renowned restaurateur and TV star Chef Marc Murphy is as our first interview in this series.

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Five Tips for Bringing Farm to Family Home

What is Farm to Family Food? Eat better, together. The idea is straightforward, make what you eat, know where it came from, and involve the whole family. Farm to Family Food doesn’t have to be exclusive, “artisinal”, or perfect. Here are five tips for bringing Farm to Family home this Thanksgiving and all year long!

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Sugary Spicy Roasted Delicata Squash

Our favorite way to prepare delicata squash is to enhance the natural sweetness of delicata squash with brown sugar and apple, balance with spiciness from chili and chipotle, and roast until the squash is soft and starts to caramelize.

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Santa Fe

As we drove to our casita, the wistful white adobe walls and bright vivid flowers welcomed us to this enchanting city.

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What is Full Van Fun?

Stories, interviews, reviews and more from our life as a mom, dad, and seven kids focused on travel, farm to family food, and family friendly music that the “full van” (i.e. parents & kids) can enjoy.

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