You say tomato…

* Believe it or not, spring will return and things will start growing again. Now is the time to start looking for a community-supported agriculture group. Tomato Tomato, an indoor farmer's market near 156th and Center, is having its yearly sign-up for the general public on March 1. Many other local farms start signups at this time of year as well. * Chef Paul Kulik of The Boiler Room has been invited to serve a dinner at the James Beard House in New York City on March 30. Patrons purchase tickets to dine at the house as a fundraiser for the James Beard Foundation, named for the renowned American chef and food writer. Being invited to be a guest chef is an incredible honor. Visit theboilerroomrestaurant.com.

posted at 06:57 pm
on Friday, February 11th, 2011

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