Berenbaum’s and This & That Jam at Bull City Food Exchange

| April 30, 2012

We hope to see many of you at our upcoming May 6th fun food fundraiser at Fullsteam, Durham, NC.

Please don’t forget to bring some of favorite food (chili? brownies?) so you swap up for something else. You can walk home with a week’s worth of dinners – different meal every night of the week! Real Good Food will show you how.

Bring your kids! They’ll get a chance to roll up their sleeves learning about a mystery country, cooking, a foreign language with Zompping for Food & Planet….and you’ll get a chance to see some food demos and tips! Of course, you can’t leave without touring the Sol Food Mobile Farm – it now has a live, green roof!


In addition to the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle who will present doing some live cooking demos and sharing about their wonderful programs and events, two other local Piedmont food innovators will be there!

You may have seen Berenbaum’s at the Durham Farmer’s Market. Berenbaum’s specializes in all sorts of delicious breads, doughnuts, etc., and uniquely, it is an open-sourced, sliding-scale concept where you pay what your food is worth. Come find out more!

This & That Jam will also be on hand. Based in Chapel Hill, This & That has been spreading the word (no pun intended) about making fresh jams and preserves with local produce and about canning and preserving seasonal produce.

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