Ever since Dig Foods Café opened in Jacksonville, Florida, in May of this year, the peanut gallery has been relentless: “Have you been to Dig yet?” “We should really go to Dig, like soon!” “You have to go to Dig; it’s awesome!”
Well, we figured that unless owner and chef Sean Sigmon had suffered some [...]
March has come in with a major attitude – something about a lion, right? – but it’s also brought us another No Meat March. This month of pledging to go meat-free, sponsored by The Girls Gone Green, is just the ticket for these cold, blustery days because there are so many fantastic meatless soups. Ah, [...]
The Organic Adventurer has written much in other venues about buying locally, shopping for organic food and how buying organic compares to buying conventional. Back in May, when the CSA we subscribe to had so much remaining in the fields at the end of the Florida growing season that they offered a mini-season share, we [...]
Last Sunday’s Slow Food First Coast Tour de Farm, the annual opening of Northeast Florida’s farms to visitors, is in the books. And what a day it was!
Hayride tour of Black Hog Farm
Last year, The Organic Adventurer had planned to check out four farms to the west and south of Jacksonville and [...]