Category Archives: September 2007 Eat Local Challenge

High on the Hog

We have been eating really really well. Sort of blowing ourselves away by the amazing meals on our plates. I wish we could take more credit, but the truth is it is simply the quality of the ingredients that makes it all so awesome. B and I are on our 3rd year participating in the […]

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Eating out events, Challenge friendly

In addition to next Saturday’s Slow Food Seacoast Harvest Supper & Contra Dance and UNH’s Local Harvest Feast on the 20th, here are two more opportunities to eat out and eat locally – a particular boon if you are participating in the September Eat Local Challenge: Thursday, September 13th: “Community Vine’s Local Harvest Dinner”, 6:30 […]

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Borealis Bread – made with Maine wheat

thanks to Sara H. for pointing out that several varieties of Borealis bread are made with organic (!) Maine wheat from Aurora Mills in Linneus, ME (250 miles).  The fact that the company is committed to supporting increased wheat production in New England gets them a good share of my bread business for the September […]

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UNH Harvest Dinner

from the Portsmouth Herald: UNH harvest dinner celebrates bounty of local food* Since 2005, the University of New Hampshire has celebrated the region’s rich agricultural heritage with its annual Local Harvest Dinner, gaining fans and patrons for its gourmet preparations of local produce, seafood, meats and cheeses. Building on its popularity, this year’s dinner, on […]

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the September Eat Local Challenge is almost here!

I hope you all are raring to go for the September Eat Local Challenge, but if you need more ideas on how to participate, check out’s 16 thoughts on how to participate. How you play the game is up to you – one meal a day, one week, a few days, or the whole […]

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