Tuesday December 15, 2009 | Local Holiday Cooking

December 14, 2009 at 10:25 am | Posted in Coming Up | 10 Comments

It will soon be time to think of ways to put together a fabulous holiday meal. It’s always a challenge to find fresh ingredients, but what if you want to cook a meal made from only locally-grown or produced fare? Our panel of experts, led by Chef Peter Reinhart, will teach us how to make a holiday meal – that’s every ingredient from the meat to the herbs and spices, wine and beer – from local products. Join us for a holiday meal with a local twist.
Peter Reinhart
– Chef on Assignment, Johnson & Wales University
Chris Hastings – Chef and Co-Owner of Hot and Hot Fish Club, Birmingham, AL
Kathleen Purvis – Food Writer, The Charlotte Observer
Susan Dosier – Director of Public Relations, LKM Inc, Advertising Agency

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  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Charlotte Talks, Charlotte Talks. Charlotte Talks said: How to make a holiday meal consisting entirely of local ingredients- from the meat to the herbs, veggies and wine, Tuesday http://ow.ly/LWsT […]

  2. The Davidson Farmers Market accepts food stamps, in EBT Reader

    • George,

      I’d love to get this comment on the air but what is the EBT reader?

      • Food stamps no longer exist in the form of little slips of paper. Now it is more like a debit card. EBT stands for Electronic Benefits Transfer. Next time you check out from a store and you use your debit card, look on the display and you’ll see “EBT” as one of the choices.

  3. For your chocolate needs don’t forget The Secret Chocolatier! 😀

    While we can’t source chocolate from our region we try and source our infusions whenever possible local and we also shift our flavors to track with the seasons as well. We can be found currently at NCDA Regional/Yorkmont market on Saturday mornings and we’re on the Matthew’s winter schedule as well.

    Check us out and share some chocolate with yourself or loved ones!

  4. Could you pass along the recipe for the cabbage and collard slaw that was mentioned? I am always looking for tasty new recipes to use collard greens in.

  5. Also worth a link: the new North Carolina Brewers Guild website (http://ncbeer.org).

    North Carolina boasts 20 production breweries and 20 brewpubs, including (as you noted) several great breweries in the Charlotte area. We are the State of Southern Beer!

    North Carolina Brewers Guild

  6. Susan Dozier named a wine from Childress Winery that won some NC award, and I didn’t write it down. Could you tell me what it was?

  7. […] This post was Twitted by CharlotteTalks […]

  8. Yep, entirely agreee. You may have struck the nail on the head.

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