Re: chef interviews
Eric Gibson (email@example.com)
Tue, 30 Apr 96 19:51 PDT
I feel that the Bay Area and Northern Calif. in particular have achieved
great success in connectein local growers with high end restaurants. And
the best way to do this is with a Tasting! The Tasting of the Summer
Produce held annually at the Oakland Museum some years eventually ceased
because it had achieved its goal: creating an avenue of commerce between
Bay Area growers and many of the high end restaurants in the area. Talk
to David Visher at the Small Farm Center in Davis, CA--he's very
knowledge about the grower-chef relationship. Also see the chapter in my
book, Sell What You Sow! on selling to restaurants.
Eric Gibson/New World Publishing/3085 Sheridan St./Placerville, CA 95667
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