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Avery Yale Kamila
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  • Portland, Maine
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Looking for alternative caterers

Started Dec 8, 2009

Do you hunt as a source of local meat?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Argyle Acres Oct 21, 2009.

 

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Feb 22, 2010
Avery Yale Kamila posted a discussion

Looking for alternative caterers

I'm writing a column for next week's Food & Dining section of the Portland Press Herald that will feature caterers who offer party food that differs from the standard fare of bacon-wrapped scallops and beef teriyaki. I'm looking for Maine companies that specialize in alternative diets, such as gluten-free, dairy-free, low sugar, raw or vegan. If you have any suggestions, I'd love to hear about them. You can reach me at akamila@pressherald.com or 791-6297.
Dec 8, 2009
Argyle Acres replied to Avery Yale Kamila's discussion Do you hunt as a source of local meat?
"Yes, I do."
Oct 21, 2009
Pearson's Town Farm replied to Avery Yale Kamila's discussion Do you hunt as a source of local meat?
"i have hunted (for food not sport) since i have been able to hold a bow. It is a long tradition in our family. In many ways we see it as not only a way to obtain local meet, but to move back into a life style that is more in sync with the rhythm of…"
Oct 20, 2009

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Where in Maine do you live and eat?
Portland
What issues are you or your group interested or expert in?
farmland protection, organics, health and nutrition, food justice, farm to school, school gardens, home gardens, community gardens, food and faith, hunger and local foods access, farm to institution, farm to restaurant, CSAs, farmers' markets, local foods marketing and distribution, food coops, GM-free seeds and genetics
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I produce foods only for my own and my family's consumption
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I grew up on an organic farm and write about local food every week in my Natural Foodie column which appears in the Wednesday Portland Press Herald. I can never get enough of the amazing flavor of Maine-grown food! Email me at akamila@pressherald.com or call me at 791-6297. I'm always looking for information to share with our readers about new natural food businesses and upcoming food-related events.
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http://www.communetestedcityapproved.blogspot.com/
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At 3:52pm on August 29, 2009, Connie Otero said…
Hi Avery, I've been enjoying your blog this past year. I've got it listed under the blog roll on my page. Congratulations on your column...looking forward to keeping up with that too. Thanks for giving me your view of Portland.
Continued success,
Connie
At 12:55pm on December 22, 2008, Marsha Dawson said…
Avery, hi,
The Portland kitchen is rather expensive. I went to Pineland Farms and the previous mgr dismissed me out of hand. The next mgr was better but his su-perior said that couldn't happen at this time . . . ? The best comm kitchen so far for price and equipment, e.g. ovens, is the one at Unity. It's just $50/day and that day runs from 4A-11P! Problem is I'd need to be living there to make it feasible.
Oh, and the one at Dragonfly Cove Farm is too expensive too.

Enjoy the season, Marsha
At 1:33pm on August 20, 2008, Marsha Dawson said…
Hi Avery,
Yep, I am looking for something closer. I had a look at the Portland one--"ask for the 'cheese-lady'" I was told. AND, funnily enough, I went to Pineland Farms Market yesterday with some samples of my humous (however it's spelled) and bread. They know I'm looking for a commercial kitchen but didn't say anything. Either, it didn't occur to them or their kitchen is too busy. Please don't let all this negativity put you off. Your suggestions could have been useful. In the meantime, I'm going to Dragonfly Cove FArm, Marge Kilkenny's place, to see her kitchen.
Thanks, Marsha
At 5:46pm on March 5, 2008, Local Sprouts Cooperative said…
Avery,
We'd love to talk to you about doing an article on Local Sprouts Cooperative Catering. Our mission is to provide creative local and organic food to people and non-profit organizations in Maine and to Grow opportunities for youth, elders and immigrants to holistically learn through cooking food for our community.
in food, Jonah Local Sprouts 899-9607
 
 
 

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