September 30, 2012
by Jeff Quattrone
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Caramelized Blue Jarrahdale Pumpkin Butter, Infused with Orange and Bay

When I planned my garden this year, I was looking forward to growing Winter Squash Marmellata, as it’s known to the Italians, and Jaune Gros de Paris, as it’s known to the French. I was intrigued hat this variety was used for making … Continue reading

September 29, 2012
by Jeff Quattrone
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Licuri Palm Nuts – Woman Gathers and 90% of the Lear’s Macaw Diet

So many stories, so little time. While reading through the information provided to me by Slow Food International’s press office, I came across the the story of licuri palms. The palms produce a local, traditional food that’s harvested by women … Continue reading

September 19, 2012
by Jeff Quattrone
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Expo Recap

The 2nd Annual National Heirloom Expo was  a wonderful event, and a successful one too. The expo folks estimate the crowd at 14,000 attendees. I’d say for a midweek event in it’s second year, that’s impressive. I’d like to thank The Petaluma … Continue reading

September 11, 2012
by Jeff Quattrone
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Hello, and Welcome to the Folks from the Expo!

Thanks for stopping by! Make yourself at home, and look around. Be sure to follow me over the next few weeks as I post updates about Salone del Gusto Terra Made, and I will provide live updates from the event. … Continue reading

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