Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Wordless Wednesday: Farm to Table Pittsburgh Conference

Keep it real, keep it local. That's the motto that Farm to Table Pittsburgh puts forth.  While we unfortunately had to miss the Friday evening tastings at this year's conference, we still got to head to the Expo on Saturday and take in the sights, smells and tastes of farm-produced foods from all across Pennsylvania.  We're excited to share a few shots of our favorites from the day!  Enjoy!

Bumbleberry Farms Organic Honey

BumbleBerry Farms Honey Spreads, Available at Whole Foods

Homemade vinegars and dipping sauces, Pleasant Valley Farm 

Marmelades and mustards, Pleasant Valley Farm

Hand pulled egg noodles, Pleasant Valley Farm

Pirouette Cinnamon Pecan Bars by Barre

Pecan and Black Swan Chocolate Berry bars by Barre

This cow says Cabot Cheese is the real deal...

Cabot Cheese Horseradish Cheddar, available at Whole Foods and Giant Eagle

Adorable hand-painted glasses from Walnut Hill Winery

Walnut Hill Winery
Fresh greens with Sito's Mediterranean Dressing and liffits -- Find these at local markets and Khalil's

Vinegar-free, all-natural dressing 

Natalie's Natural Hemp Seed Jam
TONS of benefits to using and consuming hemp

Marshmallow Pretzels from Pretzel Crazy made in-house by one woman on a delicious mission!

Extremely cute idea for a wedding -- she does all kinds of wedding treats!

Sweet, delicious beets from Lucky Acres Farm

I want need one of these shirts. Buy a shirt, make a statement, make a difference. 


Soups and sauces from Mike's Kitchen in Carnegie

Sweet and spicy cranberry mustard from Tait Farm 

That's some sharp cheddar...

Delicious cheeses galore cultivated in Scenery Hill, PA

Stu's BBQ! Some old friends from GoodTaste! Pittsburgh

KVASS Raw Probiotic Cultured Veggie Drink from Zu-Kay

We walked out of the conference with a few delightful goodies:

  • Tait Farms Cranberry Mustard
  • Pleasant Valley Farms Thai How & Sour Dipping Sauce
  • Grammy's Lard all-natural stain stick (SO COOL!)
  • Summer Mist sparkling wine from Christian W. Klay Winery in Chalk Hill, PA
  • Sito's Mediterranean Dressing
  • Bumbleberry Farms organic honey
  • Pleasant Valley Farms mustard

So keep it real and keep it local, all!  And we hope you'll join us in the Farm to Table revolution and buy local as often as possible!

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  1. Yeah for Pleasant Valley Farms! I am head over heels for their jellies and mustards!

  2. Ooh, we'll have to give the jelly a try sometime! their mustard was amazing! we finally tried their Thai dipping sauce with homemade panko breaded chicken nuggets this week and it was delicious!


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