With this Saturday’s Field to the Fork event right around the corner, I asked Slow Food Temecula’s board president Leah Di Bernardo why local matters to her. Leah Di Bernardo – Slow Food Temecula Board President from Tom Plant on… Read more ›
The Slow Food movement was born in Rome, Italy more than 20 years ago when McDonald’s wanted to open a location on the Spanish Steps. Politicians, farmers, food artisans and concerned community members rallied to stop it from being built.… Read more ›
Story by Laura Plant When I asked musician, Lisa Di Clemente Long about her band, Deek & Long, she laughed and replied, “Basically. I’m a rock star…” This was early in 2009 when I first met Lisa and her then… Read more ›
Thanks to the tireless efforts of Gillian Larson, Realty Rally will indeed become a reality this Saturday April 16. With competitions similar to the Amazing Race, teams will compete with the winner in actuality being Michelle’s Place. I spoke with… Read more ›
We recently visited the Napa Valley and the day after enjoying a sensational meal at Bottega, I sat down with owner/chef Michael Chiarello and asked him why local matters. Chef Michael Chiarello on why local matters from Tom Plant on… Read more ›
Thanks to our friends at the Temecula Convention & Visitors Bureau FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Kimberly Adams, 951/491-6085; Kimberly@TemeculaCVB.com TEMECULA VALLEY Southern California Wine Country: March 30, 2011 – “The joys of spring – fresh blue skies,… Read more ›
Love what our friends at Temecula Valley Slow Food and GOAH (Grow Organic At Home) are doing in the schools. Great piece in the Press Enterprise.
Story and photos by Trasier Schuyler In keeping with my passion with propagating and experiencing local fare and culture I took the opportunity while visiting family near Portland to check out the 38th season opening of the Portland Saturday Market.… Read more ›
We love our friends at Temecula Valley Slow Food. This video speaks volumes about the way we eat.
Jarvis Wines in Napa is getting recognition for being eco-friendly. Check out the video from Smart Planet