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Nosh Like You Farmed It Yourself

As I'm sure you may know, during the past year the AFBA has set out to explore the world of 'Farm to Table' fooding.  Among other fun activities, we have found ourselves...

  • Crop mobbing at Heirloom Gardens in Cumming, GA planting tomatoes, and
  • Learning from Gayla Trail about the best in organic home gardening at the Atlanta Botanical Garden.

Now, since we're in our winter season, it's a great time to pay homage to some local businesses who have raised the bar in sourcing farm-fresh, local & sustainable ingredients and providing the discerning epicurian with trend-setting, chef-driven menus.  Therefore, I recommend you take an afternoon to explore Star Provisions, and then set your sights on sampling the full menu at Bacchanalia.

Check this link to their website for more information....

http://www.starprovisions.com/

I've known Star Provisions for some time, but was intrigued after ready the following blog post from someone who's really doing some great stuff in the blogosphere.... (check this out!)

http://atlanta.eater.com/archives/2012/01/04/the-38-essential-atlanta-restaurants-january-12.php

So, please consider your farm-to-table options when planning to make that really cool recipe, or when planning a fun night out with friends or that someone special.

As always, I wish you all the best,

Barry

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