This blog is a place to share my passion for cooking and inspire people to cook more from scratch. With six people in the family, cooking is something that is always on my mind. I want to share some of my favorite foods and recipes and share more about traditional diets (like the kind of food our great, great, great grandmothers would have made). Right now I am fascinated with fermented vegetables, coconuts, seafood with a cerviche twist and organ meats... although maybe not all in the same meal!

Monday, April 11, 2011

Joel Salatin in Chapel Hill this Wed, April 13th

Just wanted to put out a quick alert that Joel Salatin is speaking in Chapel Hill, NC on April 13th this week hosted by the UNC Sustainability Office.  Joel Salatin is a rock star of a speaker.... not sure I've ever heard anyone so engaging so if you have the chance to attend this free talk (RSVP requested), then look a the posting below.

More info is here:  http://sustainability.unc.edu/NewsEvents/SustainabilityListserv.aspx

From the ChelseaGreen Website:

Joel Salatin and his family own and operate Polyface Farm, arguably the nation's most famous farm since it was profiled in Michael Pollan's New York Times bestseller, The Omnivore's Dilemma and two subsequent documentaries, Food, Inc., and Fresh. An accomplished author and public speaker, Salatin has authored seven books. Recognition for his ecological and local-based farming advocacy includes an honorary doctorate, the Heinz Award, and many leadership awards.

In the News

Watch Joel Salatin's inspiring talk at Tara Firma Farm and his on-site assessment: Russian River TV

Joel's Upcoming Events

  • Joel Salatin at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
    Hanes Art Center Auditorium, Chapel Hill NC 27514
    April 13, 2011, 5:00 pmJoin the UNC Sustainability Office for the Earth Week celebration "Local Food: Talk & Taste." Well-known alternative farmer and local food advocate Joel Salatin will discuss how his methods heal the land, the community, and the eater, while treating farm animals humanely. In thought provoking and entertaining form, Salatin will highlight the differences between his approach and todayƂ’s typical, large-scale farm. The talk will be followed by a book signing and local food tastings provided by select local vendors. Joel Salatin is a third generation farmer in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley. His family's farm, Polyface Inc., has been featured in Smithsonian Magazine, National Geographic, and Gourmet; in the films Food, Inc. and Fresh; and in the New York Times bestseller "Omnivore's Dilemma" by food writer Michael Pollan. Sponsor/Host: UNC Sustainability Office Times: 5:00 PM to 7:30 PM Location: Hanes Art Center Auditorium Fee: Free and open to the public, but reservations requested. Please RSVP to sustainability@unc.edu or call 843-7284. Event Contact and email:UNC Sustainability Office, sustainability@unc.edu

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