September 1, 2014

Locavore Weddings

by  Adrienne Wichard-Edds, photos by Katelyn James, Cat Thrasher, and Kate… [more]

Locavore Weddings Locavore Weddings

Two Awesome Events, One Great Idea: Embrace Local!

Set your calendars for July 26 to August 5. That's the second annual Farm-to-Fork… [more]

Two Awesome Events, One Great Idea: Embrace Local! Two Awesome Events, One Great Idea: Embrace Local!

In Vino Veritas

by Jodi Macfarlan, photos by Andrea Hubbell Roman author Pliny the Elder… [more]

In Vino Veritas In Vino Veritas

Their House

by Marian Burros, photos by Molly McDonald Peterson Most small farmers learn… [more]

Their House Their House

Rebel with a Cause: Why I Oppose Government GMO Labeling

by Joel Salatin The “Just Label It” movement has now reportedly gathered… [more]

Rebel with a Cause: Why I Oppose Government GMO Labeling Rebel with a Cause: Why I Oppose Government GMO Labeling

Holistic Management

by Walter Nicholls, photos by Molly McDonald Peterson With more than 50 years… [more]

Holistic Management Holistic Management

The Edible Treasure Hunt

by Zora Margolis, photos by Molly McDonald Peterson   There’s nothing… [more]

The Edible Treasure Hunt The Edible Treasure Hunt

Flavor Cafe: Fossett’s at Keswick Hall

by Anne Tate Bedarf, photos by Derek Bedarf With a reputation for luxury… [more]

Flavor Cafe: Fossett’s at Keswick Hall Flavor Cafe: Fossett’s at Keswick Hall

Blind Tasting: Petit Manseng and Riesling

by Bill Plante, photos by Molly McDonald Peterson And now for something completely… [more]

Blind Tasting: Petit Manseng and Riesling Blind Tasting: Petit Manseng and Riesling

On Location: Staunton, VA

by Suemedha Sood, Photography Courtesy of VisitStaunton.com   This winter,… [more]

On Location: Staunton, VA On Location: Staunton, VA
Flavor Magazine Summer 2012 Issue

Locavore Weddings

by  Adrienne Wichard-Edds, photos by Katelyn James, Cat Thrasher, and Kate Headley When 38-year-old finance director Betty Danti met her now-husband, Anthony, an attorney in D.C., she was living on frozen food and canned vegetables. Anthony—who grew up with a mother who cooked every meal from scratch, often using ingredients plucked from the family’s garden—changed all that. “Since […]

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Two Awesome Events, One Great Idea: Embrace Local!

Set your calendars for July 26 to August 5. That’s the second annual Farm-to-Fork Loudoun culinary celebration which brings together Loudoun farmers and chefs, sometimes for the first time. The nearly two dozen participating businesses commit to using at least 70 percent locally sourced produce and meat on special “farm to fork” menus for the […]

Flavor Magazine Late Spring 2012 Issue

In Vino Veritas

by Jodi Macfarlan, photos by Andrea Hubbell Roman author Pliny the Elder once wrote, “in vino veritas,” meaning, “in wine there is truth.” Ol’ Pliny may have simply been commenting on the effects a couple glasses of vino can have, but at Veritas Vineyard and Winery, the credo bears much weight—carrying the Hodson family through […]

Flavor Magazine Late Spring 2012 Issue

Their House

by Marian Burros, photos by Molly McDonald Peterson Most small farmers learn quickly that they need a job off the farm in order to afford life on it. Marc Grossman has turned that idea on its head: he has a full-time job as a high school history and government teacher but supplements his income by […]

Flavor Magazine Late Spring 2012 Issue

Rebel with a Cause: Why I Oppose Government GMO Labeling

by Joel Salatin The “Just Label It” movement has now reportedly gathered more than 800,000 signatures to pressure the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to require foods containing genetically modified organisms (GMOs) be labeled. When one of the top promoters for this campaign solicited me recently to convince conservatives and libertarians to sign on (as […]