Tag Archives: AgriMissouri
June 3 – July 26, 2013 This 8-week course is designed to provide students with an understanding of various factors that impact safety of ethnic and imported foods; knowledge of popular ethnic food and ingredients, and unfamiliar ethnic food handling, … Continue reading
May 18, 2013. Visit the street festival and all the restaurants have to offer on Sutton Blvd., between Manchester and Flora Ave. from noon to 9 p.m. in Maplewood.
May 20, 2013 Join Brian Pelletier, owner and chief chocolatier of Kakao Choclate, for this hands-on culinary experience with chocolate from 6:30 to 9 p.m.. The cost is $60 per person. To register, call (314) 862-2665.
May 25, 2013 More than 50 local residents will set up for a one-day downtown yard sale complete with Schlafly beer, live music and a pig roast. For more information or to be a vendor, visit: www.schlafly.com/porkshop
Oct. 4 – 6, 2013 The “Best of Missouri Market,” a Missouri Botanical Garden Signature Event, showcases more than 120 Missouri food producers and crafters. The event begins Friday, Oct.4, with “First Look Friday” from 6 to 9 p.m. Garden members … Continue reading
May 4, 2013 Join the celebration of Missouri food and wine at Missouri Life Festival. This special event will be held in the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, Mo. For more information and ticket prices, visit: http://www.missourilife.com/events/missouri-life-festival-2013/
Oct. 1 – 3, 2013 “Enjoy the Show” with state tourism leaders at the Ramada Oasis Hotel and Convention Center in Springfield, Mo. For registration and additional information: http://www.visitmo.com/conference
May 27, 2013 Join the St. Louis Occasional BBQ Society in kicking off the barbecue season at the Iron Barley Restaurant, in the Carondelet Neighborhood. For more information: http://www.slobsbbq.com/
May 24 – 26, 2013 Celebrate the history of blues on Memorial Day weekend in St. Louis. For more information: http://www.bluesweek.com/
Oct. 3 – 5, 2013 Barbecue will reign supreme in Kansas City as the American Royal celebrates its 26th Annual Barbecue Contest. Click here for more information: http://www.americanroyal.com/events.aspx?s=h&sf=all&view=GalleryView&c=15
Aug. 8 – 18, 2013 Join us in Sedalia for the 2013 Missouri State Fair. The annual event is themed “Chicks Dig It!” and includes agricultural exhibits, free entertainment and other outstanding opportunities for family fun. Visit the Fair online … Continue reading
August 15 – 18, 2013 Missouri grocers will convene at the Hilton of Branson and Convention Center for their annual convention, generating conversations about farming and food. Click here for more information and online registration: http://www.missourigrocers.com/page.php?id=6
You can help reduce the amount of horticultural waste in landfills by recycling your plastic garden pots, polystyrene cell packs and trays at the Missouri Botanical Garden. This program collected 140,000 pounds of horticultural waste in 2011. This is an … Continue reading
Bring your work boots and questions while we help a family farm put up a 30′ x 72′ movable high tunnel on V-track. Mechanical engineer Greg Garbos will be onhand for the free workshop. Lunch is provided. For additional information … Continue reading
Check out this news story about the rise of specialty food purchases across the country! http://www.gourmetretailer.com/top-story-profiles___trends-more_consumers_buying_specialty_food__nasft-10774.html
It’s always great to hear about an AgriMissouri member growing their business. Here’s a story from Gourmet Retailer Magazine talking about Askinosie Chocolate’s expansion into new national markets. http://www.gourmetretailer.com/top-story-distribution-askinosie_chocolate_debuts_at_anthropologie-10846.html
If you are a producer who retails gluten-free products, you might be interested in this report from Gourmet Retailer Magazine detailing trends in the industry. http://www.gourmetretailer.com/images/pdf/GF.pdf
St. Louis-based Schnuck Markets Inc. has partnered with BrightFarms Inc. to build a new greenhouse that can deliver local produce year round, starting sometime in 2013, according to a report in the St. Louis Business Journal. The $2 million, 43,500-square-foot … Continue reading
St. Louis food personalities will lead this class on Thanksgiving recipes. Home Wine Kitchen chef Cassy Vires will teach you Thanksgiving tricks, Feast Magazine publisher Cat Neville will demonstrate her pumpkin-custard pie and STLwinegirl Angela Ortmann will lead the group … Continue reading
Join FEAST and Schnucks Cooks Cooking School for fabulous recipes, just in time for the holidays. You’ll learn learn to how to cook steak to perfection in cast-iron, different ways to prepare and serve polenta, how to make a pâte à … Continue reading
Enjoy a full day of fun for $15 at the Women in Agriculture Conference – Pioneer Women: Planting Roots. Growing Families. Motivational speakers Susie Oberdahlhoff and Carolyn Miller will be featured during this day-long event. Enjoy breakfast, lunch, workshop sessions … Continue reading
The Grand Tasting is a night Columbia’s wine lovers look forward to all year long. This year’s Grand Tasting showcases more than 400 wines. Your $50 ticket comes in the form of a passport. Make your way to the booths … Continue reading
Visitors of all ages are invited to explore the wonders of China, a country rich in natural landscapes, habitats and plant species diversity at the Missouri Botanical Garden. Enjoy interactive displays, images, artifacts, costumes, puppets, games, puzzles and books as … Continue reading
The Missouri Botanical Garden in St. Louis will host an international exhibition of larger-than-life, lighted works of art from China in 2012. “Lantern Festial: Art by Day, Magic by Night” will attract visitors from throughout the country to experience one … Continue reading
This two-day workshop will teach strategies for creating dynamic local food systems that help communities establish thriving local businesses, protect natural resources and strengthen community ties. Registration is $40 and due May 24. For more information, Contact Debi Kelly, 234 … Continue reading
Car Cruise – 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Pie Judging and Ribbon Cutting – 2 p.m. Kids’ Karaoke – 4 to 8 p.m. More Information – (636) 671-6233, www.theblueowl.com
Enrich is partnering with Feast Magazine to gather a panel of experts to discuss branding and marketing specifically for businesses in the food industry. A panel discussion will begin the night, followed by wine and eats. For more information or … Continue reading
Learn what you need to know to implement food production in your yard and garden, from vegetables and fruit trees to bees and chickens. See firsthand how homeowners in St. Louis City and County are transforming their yards from energy … Continue reading
Celebrate spring with 140 vendors, 70 old time musicians and over 40 craftsmen. Browse through thousands of varieties of plants and learn how to grow them with our acclaimed guest speakers. Enjoy a sense of community with fascinating seed collectors, … Continue reading
Come join in the fun of learning how things are done on a farm and where some of our everyday products come from. For all first through fourth graders from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event will then be … Continue reading
Join the crew at Newman Farm for their annual farm to table event. The day begins at 10 a.m. with introductions and a farm tour, followed by lunch and a carcass cutting demonstration. Later a panel of chefs and consumers … Continue reading
Educational workshop tailored for anyone interested in growing elderberries on a commercial basis. Questions: Terry Durham 573.999.3034
Event features 40+ varieties of tomatoes, peppers and other vegetables, along with annuals, perennials, hanging baskets, shrubs and trees. Master Gardeners are availalbe for selection and planting advice. Contact Julie Long at 573.295.6263 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Enjoy a cooking demonstration and hors d’oeuvres prepared with farm fresh ingredients by Mike Odette, head chef at Sycamore. Tallulah’s will be onhand to showcase their Top Ten Kitchen Essentials for every home cook. Space is limited. Tickets $20/person and … Continue reading
All foods demonstrated will be available for tasting and thee will also be a sake tasting. Delicious! Space is limited. Tickets: $40/person and registration ends May 15, 2012.
Participate in a demonstration from chocolate maker Alan McClure. Chocolate will be fore sale and Kaldi’s will be providing coffee. Space is limited. Tickets $15/person and registration ends May 10, 2012.
Sample confectionery creations from Missouri bakeries, then vote to help your favorite bakery take home the prize! Registration ends May 19, 2012. Tickets: $10/Adults, $6/Child
This seminar begins with presentations and then moves outside to the high tunnel. A tour of other tunnels located between Mountain Grove and Cabool is also included. Seminar runs from 1 to 4 p.m. Contact: Pam Mayer, Evans Library at … Continue reading
The workshop will feature a presentation on “Wholesale Success: a Farmer’s Guide to Selling, Post Harvest Handling and Packing Produce.” Participating producers will receive a free copy of the Wholesale Success Manual (a $50 value). Developed by FamilyFarmed.org, this 256 … Continue reading
Mountain Grove Cellars presents the 2011 Vintage wines. Come as you are and be the first to taste and purchase the new Missouri wines. Featuring Vineyard Photography by Joyce McMurtrey. Time: 3 to 7 p.m.
Susanne Howard, horticulturalist with the Missouri State University School of Agriculture, will present information and conduct a tour of the Horticulture Demonstration Garden. The first 36 people to register will receive a plant. $5/person
The grand opening of the recently renovated Hermann Mill will be held in conjunction with the annual Hermann Antique Show. Featured exhibit: “Make Do or Do Without” – The art and Craft of Old Flour sacks used as Aprons, Quilts, … Continue reading
A festival about mushrooms. Loads of fresh mushrooms for sale; more than 130 food and craft booths; a carnival parde; motorcycle show; antique tractors; live Christian music; tractor pull; talent contest; 5K run and more.
More than 20 groups performing traditional bluegrass, rockabilly, uptempo bluegrass and folk music. Food and gift vendors.
Farmers Market of the Ozarks will hold its first vendor meeting that will be open to all of the region’s farmers and artisans. At the meeting vendors can expect plans and designs of the pavilion, marketing initiatives, Specialty Crop Block … Continue reading
Check out the Missouri Farmers Market Association link below to learn more about their upcoming Annual Meeting. Hope to see you there! http://missourimarkets.wordpress.com/
Have a glass of wine while you sample and shop the wares of ten different AgriMissouri members, 6-9 p.m., at Cooper’s Oak Winery in Boonville. Live music. No cover charge.
Every year during the holidays, thousands of visitors make the drive to Tilles Park in St. Louis County to enjoy a Winter Wonderland. The park is filled with more than a million twinkling lights and various holiday scenes throughout the … Continue reading
Local floral designers show off their best work at the annual holiday wreath exhibit at the Missouri Botanical Garden. Wreaths are on display from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. You may also have the chance to win one of … Continue reading
Self-guided tour through the CMC Complex Thursdays through Sundays, through the month of December Info: 417-358-7787
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Visit www.mda.mo.gov to register for the 2012 Missouri Governor’s Conference on Agriculture.
Rosewood Farms and Country Gifts will begin their annual “Christmas in the Ozarks” celebration with special buys on holiday decor, textiles, rugs, ornaments, wreaths, bulk spices, kitchenware, vintage reproductions and much, much more. And don’t forget their irresistible Grandpa Joe’s Chocolate.