This episode is packed with information about eating local from one of Ithaca's experts, Liz Karabinakis. She's the Community Food Educator for the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County and we talked with her about the different ways she's helping to bring local, organic, and healthy foods to families in our area.
We're starting the letter "E" in our visits to every restaurant in Ithaca with a review of the brand new East Shore Cafe. We also have lots of news and feedback to share from our listeners, plus new resources for Ithaca eaters. If you want to get in touch or be part of a future episode, you may leave a comment on the blog, call our voicemail line anytime at 607-215-4392, or send an email to: feedback at eatingithaca dot com.
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Listen to Episode 19
Stuff we talked about in this episode:
- Email Liz Karabinakis
- Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tompkins County
- Buy Local Campaign
- East Shore Cafe
- Stick and Stone Farm
- Double C Farm Bison Ranch
- Mark Anbinder's Flickr photos of the Wienie Wagon
- Wake Robin Farm
- Finger Lakes Artisanal Cheese Open House [PDF]
- IC Culinary Arts Club
- Watch "Food Fight Face Off" on ICTV
- Indian Creek Farm
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