Hello Pickled Beet Eggs

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Egg-bundance! We have 30+ dozen organic eggs- packaged Sept ’13. Tested- still delicious! Most eggs are not able to be sold past 30 days of packaged date.

This week we’re going to make some PICKLED BEET EGGS. Come work with us, or feel free also to stop by and take a carton or two home with you!
http://fromscratchclub.com/2011/09/13/in-a-pickle-the-asthetic-charm-of-eggs-pickled-with-beets

Also next week, we will be tackling the thousand year old egg – so help us prep for that by letting us know if you have any charcoal, pine wood, food-grade lime, or  black tea. 

Other things we need to tackle here- pumpkins! (more pie?) raw cat food!

As always, come with jars, anything you need to process (optional), helping hands, and this week- recipes for EGGS!

WELCOME HOME, Food Processing : Wednesdays 2-9PM

 

P.S.

The Chicago Food Film Festival is coming up and they need volunteers! Contact susan@thegoodfoodproject.org or check out website above for more info.

The Chicago Food Film Festival will be back November 21-23, and for the third year in a row, the Good Food Project will be the non-profit beneficiary and co-host of this three-day extravaganza of film, food, and fun at Kendall College. The Festival, called “borderline genius” byNew Yorker Magazine, is the only film festival in the world where guests get to watch films about food, then eat what they see on the screen. As always, the Good Food Project will have a table at the Festival to spread the word about our work in Chicago schools, and of course, pass out fabulous food from our sponsors.

We need volunteers to help during the three days of the Festival. In addition to helping spread the word of our work with your students, you’ll have a chance to see see most films and enjoy the food. Please e-mail me if you would like to volunteer.

If you’d prefer to come as a guest, we’re pleased to be able to offer you tickets at a 10% discount. You’ll notice that the Festival kindly added a donation button to the ticket site. We hope you’ll come to the event and consider making a donation to the Good Food Project (a 501c3 organization) too!

Here’s a link to the site: http://thefoodfilmfestival.com/. Use the code GOODFOOD10 for your discount.

Please invite your colleagues who know us–we don’t have all their e-mail addresses. We hope to see you at the festival!

Susan Taylor
ExecutiveDirector
http://www.thegoodfoodproject.com

 

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