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Joanne Clevenger: A Girl Scout with Gumption

One of the great restauranteurs of our age, and found right here in New Orleans. She speaks of her work with such love and respect, yet clearly suffers no fools. 21 more words

New Orleans

Delhi's cheap food war: Street vendors fear city's canteen scheme will threaten their livelihoods

Officials say they have studied the budget “mother restaurants” in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, introduced by its popular matriarch leader, which serve up fresh local dishes for next to nothing and have been widely praised for their success.

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Global Organizing

The Root

Hello from Ohio! I am in the Midwest to visit markets, talk to organizers and market advocates, all of the while depending on the kindness of friends with extra rooms and air mattresses during this long visit. 539 more words

Farmers Markets


Swagat is by far my favorite Indian food in the area, they currently have 3 locations: one in NW Portland at 2074 Lovejoy Street, one in  Beaverton at 4325 SW 109th street, and the last in Hillsboro at 1340 NE Orenco Station Pkwy. 232 more words

Restaurants/Food Trucks

Moberi Smoothie Truck

I recently visited one of the most Portland establishments in the world- Moberi. For those who don’t know, Moberi is a smoothie cart that has two locations: one on N 23rd and one on Mississippi Ave. 258 more words

Restaurants/Food Trucks

The American Scholar: Local Fare

Here is a piece in The American Scholar from a New Orleans writer on the argument over what constitutes local when it coms to restaurant fare. 293 more words

New Orleans Food

Designlines judges food cart design at The Stop's Night Market

Toronto: More than a charitable event for gourmands, the Night Market is a true mesh of the design and food communities: each of the chef’s carts is crafted from upcycled materials by a mix of established and burgeoning designers.

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Market Vendors