Locally Delicious, Suzanne Simpson

Love those Heirloom Tomatoes…you know the ones I mean, those women and men of Humboldt County who are working together to improve the local food movement…formally known as Locally Delicious!  They have produced two cookbooks and have raised money to pay farmers to produce food for Food for People (our food bank).  If you would like to know how to contribute, listen here.

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A Place at the Table, Anne Holcomb Food for People

We ALWAYS look forward to having Food for People Executive Director Anne Holcomb on for an interview — she has such a wonderful caring presence and she, and her staff, work so hard to bring good high quality food to Food for People.  She is so good at getting people to help out that I don’t think I know one person who hasn’t volunteered for Food for People at one time or the other.  When she called to say she wanted to talk about a film they were hosting called “A Place at the Table” I was down for the cause!

The Food for People website is here in case you want to volunteer too!

The interview

Locally Delicious Fund

Locally Delicious — you know them, the Heirloom Tomato Ladies, authors of the Locally Delicious Cookbook?  Well they have created a fund that a has a very interesting purpose.  The fund allocates money to Food for People to contract with local farmers to provide some of the crops that they would like to distribute.  One of the cookbook authors, Ann Anderson, and one of the farmers, Johnny Gary from Organic Matters, came down to the station to talk about how it works and how people can contribute to the fund — to listen to the interview, click here.

Ann Harris, Food for People Cooking Classes

Ann Harris is teaching people how to cook!  Recently retired she has been able to apply her passion for fresh produce and nutrition as the volunteer instructor for the Food for People cooking classes.  Ann talks about this opportunity in an interview, listen here.

Bob Biniarz — Mateel Community Center Lunch Program

Bob Binarz is involved in an annual fundraiser for Mateel Community Center Lunch Program which features food as art.  To listen to the interview click here

Chef Karen Phillips — Cooking Classes for Food for People

To listen to an interview with Chef Karen Phillips click here

Food for People – Anne Holcombe

On August 26, 2011 we aired a new interview with Anne Holcomb, Executive Director of Food for People — to listen, click here.

Anne Holcomb is the Executive Director of Food for People.  For more information about Food for People, check out their website at www.foodforpeople.org

To listen to the interview with Anne Holcomb:

http://foodforthought.yoursavinggrace.net/audio/
05_FFT_Anne_Holcomb_05.mp3

This show aired on the KHSU Homepage on July 3, 2009