Kitsap Farm to Fork

A couple of farm girls, Diane Fish and Shannon Harkness, share their experiences with farming, cooking, local food, and building the Kitsap Foodshed.
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REAL Farm to Fork

September 3rd, 2012 by Diane Fish

Busy canning, freezing and putting up right now.  I keep meaning to put together a blog post, and I have composed 100s in my head, but regretfully they haven’t come up with a way to plug the USB cord into my head!

While I am neglecting my farm to fork responsibilities you have the chance this fall for a REAL Farm to Fork experience at the Kitsap Community and Agricultural Alliance Harvest Dinner on September 14th.  Whether you are looking for a cool date night, want wonderful local food prepared with care and attention to detail by talented chefs, or are looking for a chance to rub shoulders with the local farmers who feed us, the Harvest Dinner is the place to be!

 

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One Response to “REAL Farm to Fork”

  1. Diane Fish Says:

    Well, I have a plum tree but it is small and pathetic! The best thing that I can suggest is to go for a walk in your neighborhood, make friends with the people with fruit trees and offer to make them some jam in exchange for fruit!

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A couple of farm girls share their experiences with farming, cooking, local food, and building the Kitsap Foodshed. Written by Diane Fish and Joy Garitone.

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