Sedona Pies and Foodstart

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Sedona Pies decided to partner with FoodStart to use as our crowd funding platform to raise seed capital so we can re-launch in East Bay California. Foodstart only serves new and expanding businesses in the food-and-beverage industry. That includes restaurants, breweries, food trucks, markets, bakeries and cafes, community farms, and packaged food and drink products – in other words, if you can eat it or drink it, Foodstarters can back … Read more

Make White Zinfandel Wine Jelly

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Make White Zinfandel Wine Jelly, a cooking class with Detra Davis. This recipe will make 6-8 (8 ounce) jars. Here’s what you will need: 6 cups sugar 4 cups red wine 1 bottle liquid pectin Directions: 1. Combine sugar and wine in a large saucepan. 2. Mix well. 3. Cook over medium heat, stirring continuously, until sugar is dissolved. 4. Remove from heat. 5. Add liquid pectin and mix well. … Read more

National Food Day

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National Food Day is a nationwide celebration and a movement for healthy, affordable and sustainable food. Food Days, October 24, 2013 Food Day’s platform is very broad and goes across all sectors of the food movement, from public health to animal welfare. Food Day 2013 will focus on food education as a way to improve our diets, address obesity and other health issues, starting with schools and campuses. Food Day is … Read more

Sensational Tartlets

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Sensational tartlets or little pastries. And why not serve them. A great slice of deliciousness. According to 1. a small pie filled with cooked fruit or other sweetened preparation, usually having no top crust. 2.a covered pie containing fruit or the like. 3. Slang. a prostitute or promiscuous woman. Verb phrases 4.tart up, Slang. to adorn, dress, or decorate, especially in a flamboyant manner: The old restaurant was tarted … Read more


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