Weekly Member News Round-Up 12/2-8

Chefs Collaborative members do amazing work every day – check out our weekly members news link round-up to see what’s going on around the country:

  • Hale Aina Happenings: celebrating local food (Martha Cheng, Honolulu Magazine, 12.2.13) Peter Merriman reflects on the 25 years since he opened his Waimea restaurant, and he comments that he is still surprised by what his “farmers keep producing and innovating.”
  • Dock to Dish: A Full Circle of Awesome (Liza de Guia, food. curated., 12.3.13) Meet Sean Barrett and learn about his organization Dock to Dish, the first community supported fishery in Long Island.
  • Restoring Porkopolis (Ilene Ross, CityBeat, 12.4.13) Ilene Ross writes about how pork has become an important player in the culinary scene and about the relevance of nose-to-tail dining.

With the holidays fast approaching, here are some examples of our members giving back:

  • Naples Winter Wine Fest announces 2014 chefs (Amy Sowder, News-Press, 12.7.13) Bill Telepan and Michael Anthony will be cooking at the Naples Winter Wine Festival, which has in its first 13 years raised over $110 million to help children in Collier County.

Also, look out for the 2014 Farmer-Fisher-Chef Connection put on by the Seattle Chefs Collaborative that will take place February 24th from 8:30 AM to 6:30 PM at the Seattle Central Culinary Academy.

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