Today is the first anniversary of SeedtoSpoon.com! Cheers!
Last January, I had little idea how big SeedtoSpoon would become. I appeared on BusinessWeek.com, exhibited at Local Food festivals, met many of you at farmers markets, and cooked with Sara Foster. When I started I only wanted to help people by sharing my passion for local, organic and seasonal food. And I’ve heard from so many of you that it has indeed helped. Some of you have joined farm shares. Some of you have started cooking at home again. Some of you have sworn off canned tomatoes. Some have just read for fun.
This year, no matter where you are in the journey, I encourage you to take the next step. Maybe you’re an armchair reader. Well, this year maybe you can crack an egg, dice an onion (local and organic, of course!) and roast a beet. For cooks, maybe you can add more local & organic goods to your pantry and fridge. For gung-ho converts, maybe you should join a farm share (now is the time to start researching one near you).
Thank you to all my readers. Keep in touch, keep debating issues from BPA to chocolate milk in schools, and keep cooking. Here’s to a great year #2!