Category Archives: farms

countryside farm – cedar creek texas

we have been lucky enough to cross paths with sebastien and have been using his animals for sometime now.  here is a quick link to see more of his operation… http://www.austin360.com/food_drink/mediahub/070908_chicken/slideshow/index.jsp?tId=113293

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proving ground update…

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{ tenacity } supper club & georgia’s grass-fed beef

thursday october 2, 2008 featuring products from georgia’s grass-fed beef (www.ggrassfedbeef.com) location – givin upon confirmed reservation only   cured grass-fed beef, coleslaw cream, crackling & potatoes flavored with beef fat jarred coddled farm eggs, lardo, white toast, bacon bouillon … Continue reading

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houston, modern luxury magazine delivers…

The Loop Food John Demers LOCAL HEROES The formerly quaint ‘buy local’ trend has gone mainstream in Houston. Here’s how we hit the cutting edge (and why it tastes so good) Remembering the lovely squash blossoms of his childhood in … Continue reading

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tomball is making a move…

http://www.myfoxhouston.com/myfox/pages/InsideFox/Detail?contentId=6652048&version=1&locale=EN-US&layoutCode=VSTY&pageId=5.2.1 Thanks to the Tomball Community Garden, hungry mouths in Tomball can now be fed with fresh, home-grown fruits and vegetables. The garden, created as a partnership between the Houston Food Bank, Urban Harvest, Tomball Emergency Assistance Ministries and the … Continue reading

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an interview with the houstonist – see the link below

http://houstonist.com/2008/06/13/catching_up_wit.php

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john besh, la

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