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Published on April 4th, 2008 | by Beth Bader

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Farmers Market Fare Carnival

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Starting this week, we’ll be bringing something new to Eat. Drink. Better. — your recipe and blog links! I’m celebrating the opening of my local farmers markets this weekend by starting a recipe and local food post carnival that will run from now until November.

Each week, submit your post to farmerfare [at] gmail [dot] com. Submissions are due by 2 p.m. Sunday, EST. The post must be non-commercial and contain a recipe or story about local food you prepared/purchased/picked up that week at a farmers market, CSA, garden/community garden or direct from a local food producer. Recipes are great posts, but personal stories are also of interest. Your post must also include a link to the carnival edition here at Eat. Drink. Better.

We’ll post a carnival here each week, with links to you. You can also use blogcarnival.com as a path to submitting.

Looking forward to hearing how your local food season is going!

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About the Author

Beth Bader is co-author of the book, The Cleaner Plate Club. She is a passionate "Local Food" advocate and an author for the Eat Local Challenge. She loves creating healthy, family-friendly, seasonal foods, family dinners, cooking for friends, and cooking with her child. You can her at The Expatriate's Kitchen.



2 Responses to Farmers Market Fare Carnival

  1. This is great! There seems to be an explosion of farmer’s market/SOLE food/locavore carnivals as of late.
    I’ll definitely be submitting something!

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