Friday, October 31, 2008

The Eat Local Challenge is a Wrap

Eat Local Challenge Day 31
(Read What & Why I was Doing This Here)


Breakfast Day 31
Yogurt [source: St Benoit], Sage Honey [Source: Marshall's]: stewed Bramley Apples [source: Philo Apple Farm]

Lunch Day 31
Leftovers from: Bar Jules: wood grilled grass fed skirt steak with sunchoke puree, chanterelle, and breadcrumbs

Dinner Day 31
Calamari Salad & Shelling Bean Bruschetta at Piccino

Drinks Day 30
Tap Water, Local Sparkling Wine [source: Gloria Ferrer] Tea (1 Cup) Prosecco & Bottle Water

Thank you for joining me on my journey through the October 2008 Eat Local Challenge. After mulling it over, I'll share a summary of my thoughts about what taking part in this event meant to me. Until then, eat well...





Code:
100% Local ingredient
Local Artisan using mostly local ingredients
Local Artisan using non-local ingredients
Californian
Totally Un-local
Pre-declared exempt
Restaurants which focus on local produce




© 2008 Sam
The Eat Local Challenge is a Wrap

7 Comments:

  • At 2/11/08 01:24, Blogger ChrisB said…

    Well done Sam. After a month of daily blog does this mean you will be taking a break?
    BTW did you get my emails!

     
  • At 3/11/08 04:30, Blogger Jacqueline deRuyter said…

    Congratulations, Sam! Thank you for sharing your experience.

     
  • At 3/11/08 11:19, Anonymous Gudrun from Kitchen Gadget Girl said…

    Great job Sam, you made it look easy! Will you be reflecting on the cost of going local? Did you find it to be more or less expensive?

     
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  • At 20/11/08 06:46, Anonymous ruhlman said…

    thanks for this and i look forward to your summary.

    i hope next you will consider coming to cleveland for the month of february for the same challange.

    best,

    m

     
  • At 15/12/08 06:38, Blogger Daniel Koontz said…

    Hi Sam,
    I stumbled onto your blog for the first time today and I'm enjoying catching up. Thanks in particular for sharing details on your eating local plans... you show not only that it can be done, but that you don't need to be completely absolutist about it (particularly regarding chocolate.... one shudders to think what someone who lives in Hershey, PA would do for their chocolate if forced to eat local only).

    Looking forward to your concluding thoughts now that the month is over!

    Dan
    Casual Kitchen

     

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