locavore


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lo·ca·vore

 (lō′kə-vôr′)
n.
One who mainly eats locally produced food, especially within a specified radius of one's home.

[Coined by Jessica Prentice (born 1968), American chef : loca- (as in local, location, etc.) + -vore (as in carnivore, omnivore, etc.)]
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locavoro
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According to Martha Wardrop, the Scottish Green councillor who chairs the group, it would build on initiatives such as the Zero Waste Market in the city's Dennistoun, and Locavore, a social enterprise in Glasgow's southside that sells loose food items.
Lately, sea foraging for plant life along Israel's Mediterranean coast has become a practice that more people are becoming aware of, as part of the ever-growing locavore food movement.
The Edinburgh Larder and Glasgow's Locavore cafe are among the Scots firms scrapping the fruit.
The project is founded by Mariah Clanton, a seasoned culinary wizard, gluten free chef, locavore, mom, and a small business owner, who now aspires to be a restauranteur.
Entries will be judged by an esteemed panel of judges including Aracama Filipino Cuisine chef and owner Fernando Aracama; Locavore chef and owner Kel Zaguirre; UFS Philippines Senior Sous Chef Pipo Aluning; Philippine Daily Inquirer Lifestyle senior reporter and Inquirer Lifestyle 'Best Desserts' author Vangie Baga-Reyes; and foodie influencers Mark and Bianca Tan of Eatsplorations.
Just purchase the official Drink O' de Mayo consumable stubs and help yourself to a variety of drinks, dishes and Cinco de Mayo specials from The Bowery, Fiery Style, Hacienda, Tipsy Pig, Salu, Big Bad Wolf, Sunrise Buckets, Reserve Gastro Tavern, Bugsy's, Rue Bourbon, Bondiand Bourke, L'entrecote, Barcino, UCC Clockwork, UCC Cafe Terrace, Mulberry Door, Southern Grind Bistro, Watering Hole, Tap Station, Bistro Madrid and Locavore.
Entries will be judged by an esteemed panel of judges including Aracama Filipino Cuisine Chef and Owner Fernando Aracama, Locavore Chef and Owner Kel Zaguirre, UFS Philippines Senior Sous Chef Pipo Aluning, Philippine Daily Inquirer Lifestyle Senior Reporter Vangie Baga-Reyes, and Foodie Influencers Mark and Bianca Tan of Eatsplorations.
The New Oxford American Dictionary (NOAD) defines a "locavore," which was NOAD's 2007 word of the year, as a local resident who tries to eat only food grown or produced within a 100-mile radius.
Hamilton, an Ayrshire-born chef, was active in promoting locavore food for the Scottish National Tourist Board; for a time, he'd been known as the man who brought the langoustine to New York.
Thinking different Opting for a refill model helped food business Locavore reduce plastic package waste LOCAVORE'S business is all about creating a truly sustainable local food network.
Nearby organic growers and ranches continue to churn out the goods, but a new generation of locavore restaurants and darling shops have awakened the appetite of this once-sleepy thoroughfare and made it a food destination itself.