Eat Local Mulberries, Locavores Are Killing Manhattan’s Food Scene, and the Rest of the Weekly Harvest of Eat Local Links

July 15, 2013 at 3:17 pm


Titled as why not to go locavore in China, but it’s really very good reasons to be locavore here.

I have a mulberry tree that planted itself in the walk way between the Bungalow and the neighbor’s house, but neither of us use what it’s given us.  We should.

Good ideas for making the most of your seasonal bounty.

Eating local should not be a political/left-right thing (which sadly it can be), so it was good to see this article came across a lot more balanced than I expected.

Eat more expensive food!

Yeah, right.

Our final Eat Local New Orleans post (maybe).