What's cookin'?

What's cookin'?
What’s cookin’?
Can these chefs whip up something delicious from a seasonal local farm basket? You betcha.

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What's cookin'?

What's cookin'?

As everyone in our area who’s grown excited about the idea of self-sustainability knows, the time is ripe for an Eat & Drink Annual issue that focuses not only on local fare, but locally produced fare. Click through the features below and get the economic lowdown on some local farms, discover which local coffee shop brews the best with the results of our blind taste test, and much more. We even bite the bullet and explain why certain foods just don’t come from here.

Raw possibilities — Three local chefs cook outside the box

Recipes from three local chefs — See what they created!

Farm econ 101 — For small farmers, cash is not king

Better by the bottle — Kathryn Russell and the herdshare program

Loving cup — Our judges took 10 little drinks in the C-VILLE Coffee Blind Invitational Taste Test

Virginia’s so-called Champagne — Getting to know sparkling wine a little better

But what about the…? — Locally speaking, some ingredients are still hard to come by

 

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