Your Plate, Our Farm Dinner
Muir Ranch – Good Food Festival
Friday November 2, 5-9 PM
Your Plate Our Farm Dinner at Muir Ranch Nov 2, 2012
$40.00 plus $3.19
Bring Your Plate and Kickstart the Culinary Innovation Center at
Pasadena’s John Muir High School
A field-to-table dinner in the field
benefiting the students of Muir Ranch and the Yes on Prop 37 Campaign
First Course: Self-Serve Appetizer Stations
*Tutti Frutti Organic Tomato Caprese Bar
-13 feet of Heirloom Tomatoes topped with
-3 choices of Basil from Muir Ranch
-3 choices of Peppercorn: Black, White, & Pink
-13 varieties of Salt sponsored by Hepp’s Salt Barrel
-13 varieties of Soledad Goat Cheese
with Special Guest: Hope the Blind Baby Goat
-3 choices of Local, Sustainable Olive Oil from Farmers’ Markets
-3 choices of Balsamic Vinegar by Gourmet Blends
*Weiser FAMILY Farms APPLEWOOD & Burkart Farms Peach, Plum, Apricot
WOOD FIRED Vegan Garlic-Herb Toast
*California Island Grilled Vegetables BAR (also wood fired) with Up to 30 Varieties
FROM SANTA MONICA FARMERS MARKET.
*LIVING LETTICE Hydroponic & MAGRATH FAMILY FARMS Organically Grown in Dirt Greens: Arugula, Lettuce Blend, Kale, etc. with foraged olives, cheese from Farmers’ Markets
Lindner Grass-Fed Bison Bolognaise made with Heirloom Tomato Marinara
Served with Gluten-Free Pasta & more of the Wood-Fired Toast
*Gluten-Free Toast per request through Mud
Featuring Chocolate maker Patricia Tsai from ChocoVivo
Paired with Burkart Farms Fall Fruits: Persimmons (2 types), Jujubes (Chinese Dates), Grapes, Assortment of Dried Plums, Apricots, Raisins, and Peaches
The Orangecicle: Organic Pressed Orange Juice mixed with Coconut Crèeme Made by the famous Beverly Hills Juice Bar
California Island SunTea: Loose Leaf Tea with Organic Fruit & Bottled Water
Join us this Friday, November 2 @5pm for our first farm-to-table dinner! SUPPORT #local #healthykids #teenswithjobs #schoolgardens
John Muir High School
1905 Lincoln Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91103
Friday, November 2, 2012 at 5:00 PM
Our thoughts and prayers are with all the people being impacted by Sandy.
Check out the Google Crisis Map:
NY City preparing for the worse.
Virtually no cars in the city
The Big Apple is shut down.
Last night around 7pm, Grand Central Station was shut down.
Up to 90 mph, storm surge of what was seen with Irene.
Sandbags along doors in Manhattan,
CT and NJ is already seeing power outages.
Water running out, plywood also running out.
7000 flights cancelled
5 states declared state of emergency ahead of storm
Stock market closed
metro and subways are shutdown in many areas
Waves are coming in stronger and stronger
Largest threat to human life that many have ever seen.
Asbury Park, NJ, very windy
Winds expected at 85mph and higher in some area
Due to severe weather conditions impacting the northeast, the U.S. Equity and Options markets are closed Monday October 29th. Additionally, the Fixed Income markets are scheduled to close at 12:00 PM ET. Customer support and account information are available at etrade.com 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, or you may contact Customer Service at 1-800- ETRADE-1 (1-800-387-2331). Further information will be provided as it becomes available.
Hurricane Superstorm Sandy – New York City region could face the worst of the hurricane
Read more: https://www.foxnews.com/weather/2012/10/29/millions-across-east-coast-brace-for-uperstorm-sandy/#ixzz2AhDTak26
Good Food Festival & Conference LA
November 2-4, 2012
Support the Movement That’s Transforming the Way We Eat
The Good Food Festival & Conference is a nationally-significant event connecting
the NGOs, businesses, and individuals who are driving the Good Food movement.
This November we’re back in Southern California with a big weekend celebration,
including panel discussions, entertainment and, of course, great food.
Produced by FamilyFarmed.org in conjunction with the Santa Monica Farmers Markets and LACMA.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2
John Muir High School – Pasadena
Urban Barn Raising
POSTPONED UNTIL SPRING 2013 – NO GOOD FOOD FESTIVAL & CONFERENCE EVENTS 11/2/12
Join pioneering urban farmer and
MacArthur Genius Will Allen and
the students of John Muir High
School in a community barn raising.
The event includes workshops, and
an address from Will Allen, and a
farm dinner prepared by some of
LA’s top chefs.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3
LACMA – Los Angeles
Good Food Conference
The prestigious Los Angeles County
Museum of Art co-hosts a discussion
of issues integral to building organic
and sustainable food systems.
Panel discussions on Building Communities
with Food, Good Food = Good Jobs, and
Is GMO Labeling Coming to California?
Tours of works of art in LACMA’s
collection that reflect cultural
relationships with food.
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4
Annenberg Beach House, Santa Monica
Good Food Dinner and Fundraiser
on the ocean: Annenberg Community
Beach House, Santa Monica
Featuring 30 of LA’s best chefs
paired with the Santa Monica
Market’s fabled farmers.
Celebrate the fall harvest at LA’s
local food party of the year!
About the Good Food Festival and Conference
The Good Food Festival and Conference returns to Southern California for
a second year as a multi-day weekend event featuring local and nationally
significant speakers, great food, and a community barn raising to build a hoop
house supporting an urban school garden.
Attendees are value-based consumers interested in organic food, artisanal food,
health issues, supporting local businesses, fair trade, nature, environmental
issues, and alternative health.
Contact us today at 708-763-9920 or email@example.com for further details.
Good Food n./güd//füd/
1. Delicious, healthy, and accessible
food produced as close to home
as possible, by family farmers and
producers that use sustainable,
humane, and fair practices.
2. A rapidly growing movement
driven by strong customer demand.
3. A Festival and Conference
that promotes the growth of the
Chef Demo Kick Off Event
Wednesday, October 24 — 10:00am to 1:00pm
Mark your calendars for the 2nd Annual Farmer-Chef Demo Day at the Market. Join author Amelia Saltsman (The Santa Monica Farmers’ Market Cookbook, The Santa Monica Farmers’ Market Cookbook Summer Entertaining E-Book) and Special Guest Emcee Suzanne Goin as they welcome farmers and cooks for a day of cooking demos, tastes, and conversation.
Come to the source, where cooks and farmers have found inspiration for over 30 years. Admission free. Check back soon to see this year’s exciting line-up!
Amelia Saltsman, Chef. Photo courtesy of Hill Street Studios.
Missing from the National Archives the Wright Brothers patent. That would thrill me to no end to recover the patent for the Flying Machine of 1903.
Discovered that the patent was missing in 2003, according to a story that aired on 60 minutes.
Eagle Rock Juice Co.
Our Grand Opening is on Thursday, October 18 2012. We offer fresh pressed juices, Raw Blends and wheat & barley grass.
We offer simple and affordable access to nutrient based drinks all made from local farm-grown fruits and vegetables.
Our menu will post the day of our opening.
Thank you for your patience.
Eagle Rock Juice Co.
1565B Colorado Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90041
Los Angeles, CA 90041
Neighborhood: Eagle Rock
After many years of being patient and waiting for AT&T to get their network upgraded to handle the smartphone demands, it is now time to cut the cord with AT&T, primarily due to the constant dropped calls and poor service issues in the Pasadena, Burbank, and Glendale areas.
AT&T claims to have the best network, but it does not hold true from personal experience including those that I know that also use AT&T, unfortunately after many years of being with AT&T, it is time to make the switch back to Verizon. Everyone I know who has Verizon, continues to claim that the network is simply the best. So we will report back on our experience after a few weeks.
Have you have a bad experience with Verizon in the Los Angeles area, are there spots where AT&T works and Verizon does not? I bet there are, because AT&T still has the Edge towers which are old, but at least still deliver some signal, probably in more remote areas.
Lets see what happens, the contract is for two years, so if in two years AT&T improves their network reliability then maybe we make the switch back.
When I hear other users canceling their AT&T service because of reliability issues, it only makes me wonder that we are not the only ones experiencing the issues. The only way these large companies learn is to reward companies that are doing it right, to give the business to the companies spending money on improving their service and reliability. It seems too often that companies spend too much on marketing when they should be spending most of that on improving the user experience, as that is the long term investment that marketing money cannot buy.
Here’s a map of the Verizon coverage in the Pasadena area.
Here’s a map of the AT&T coverage in the Pasadena area.
As you can see the both look at about the same, but when you experience them, they are not the same, the map is not at all accurate on the AT&T network, if you talk to a representative they claim that the map you see online is not as accurate as maps that they use internally… really. I have heard this many times, and that alone is upsetting enough to make the switch. Why would a company post something online and then when you call them on it, tell customers that it is not accurate. That is wrong and companies should be held accountable for their claims. I am sure there is some lawyer itching to file a class action over something like this.
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