After heartfelt beginnings a decade ago, the trumpeting about farm sourcing at restaurants – “farm to table,” or F2T in Twitter-code – has not only become a cliche, it’s becoming wince-worthy in the restaurant world.
After heartfelt beginnings a decade ago, the trumpeting about farm sourcing at restaurants – “farm to table,” or F2T in Twitter-code – has not only become a cliche, it’s becoming wince-worthy in the restaurant world. MARY KELLEY KRT
After heartfelt beginnings a decade ago, the trumpeting about farm sourcing at restaurants – “farm to table,” or F2T in Twitter-code – has not only become a cliche, it’s becoming wince-worthy in the restaurant world. MARY KELLEY KRT

What’s more important? Local or taste?

June 09, 2015 11:56 AM