Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Farmers' Market features famous chef

Nationally recognized chef, author and food justice activist Bryant Terry has been called "ingenious" in New York Times magazine, and his book Grub: Ideas for an Urban Organic Kitchen won the 2007 Nautilus Book Award.

Now you can meet him in person, and see how he whips up delicious and healthy foods using inexpensive and organic ingredients. Terry, who lives in Oakland, travels extensively to share his ideas. Wednesday the 6th, from 10am to 1pm, he stops at the Bayview Farmers' Market.

He is hosted by California Alliance with Family Farmers, Department of the Environment, Growers Collaborative Distribution Venture, and Hunters Point Family.

The produce at the Farmers' Market (every Wednesday from 9am to 1pm at Third near Oakdale) is high quality and affordably priced. Terry's cooking demonstration is FREE! Stop by, and your dinner next Wednesday just might be something to tell your friends about Thursday morning!

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