2024 Georgia Grown Executive Chef Program
Georgia Grown
by timvanvalkenburg
6M ago
Participant Requirements The Georgia Department of Agriculture’s Georgia Grown program has partnered with the Georgia Restaurant Association for a statewide Georgia Grown Executive Chef program. The following terms outline the commitment to the Georgia Grown Executive Chef program. Incorporate locally grown products into your menu, educating patrons about foods from local farms and generating awareness about the product and its producers. Promotes and fosters a relationship between chefs and farmers while creating greater awareness among both restaurateurs and consumers about the availability ..read more
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The 2023 Georgia Grown Symposium
Georgia Grown
by timvanvalkenburg
1y ago
The Georgia Grown Agriculture Commodity Commission and the Georgia Department of Agriculture are pleased to announce the 2023 Georgia Grown Symposium being held in coastal Georgia at the Jekyll Island Convention Center February 28 and March 1. This year’s symposium will be a two-day event with educational sessions offered on day one geared toward Georgia Grown artisan makers and agritourism operators. During Tuesday’s symposium attendees will be able to visit with exhibitors throughout the day who offer business services to Georgia Grown members. On day two, Wednesday, March 1, attendees will ..read more
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Buy Georgia Grown Grits Today.
Georgia Grown
by mattkulinski
3y ago
Georgia grows the best grits in the world. Georgia grown grits are perfect to make at home or to purchase as a gift for a friend. Here is a quick list Georgia grown grits producers that sell online: Gayla’s Grits – gaylasgrits.com Freeman’s Mill – freemansmill.com Logan Turnpike Mill – loganturnpikemill.com Riverview Farms Milling – riverviewgrits.com Dayspring Farms – dayspringfarmsga.com Nora Mill Granary – noramill.com Grits Bits – gritsbits.com Farmview Stone Ground Grits – farmviewmarket.com/products/farmview-stone-ground-grits Buckeye Creek Farm – georgiagrown.com/member/buckeye-cr ..read more
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A Fork in the Road
Georgia Grown
by mattkulinski
3y ago
A Fork in the Road New series on GPB takes viewers behind the scenes with Georgia farmers  By Amy Carter amy.carter@agr.georgia.gov Explore the bounty of Georgia agriculture from the comfort of home in a new series debuting Saturday, Jan. 16, on Georgia Public Broadcasting channels statewide. Sponsored by Georgia Grown, the marketing and economic development arm of the Georgia Department of Agriculture, A Fork in the Road will give consumers a realistic look at food production in Georgia and put names, faces and stories to the people who produce it. “Viewers will experience cattle ranches ..read more
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4 Ways to Preserve Your Pumpkin 
Georgia Grown
by Amir Sports
3y ago
4 Ways to Preserve Your Pumpkin Fall is finally here and nothing screams trick-or-treat louder than a wonderful Jack-O-Lantern on a front porch. This year we do not want you to let your pumpkin’s spooky smile be transformed into a spoiled face before Halloween because it isn’t fresh anymore. So here are some tips from the Farmers’ Almanac article 5 Tips To Keep Your Jack-O-Lantern Fresher Longer to keep your Jack-O-Lantern fresh longer! Before we dig into the 4 tips, always remember these simple rules from the Farmers’ Almanac article to have the freshest pumpkin in town. First, try not to ..read more
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The 2020 Georgia National Fair Starts Virtually October 8th
Georgia Grown
by Amir Sports
3y ago
The Georgia National Fair will begin virtually Thursday, October 8! This virtual fair will be online until Sunday, October 18, and will feature everything you could expect from Georgia Grown. Just because we’re not meeting in person doesn’t mean we still can’t have fun! The fair will include: Delicious Recipes Cooking videos of awesome game day recipes that will be a hit for your family, friends or whoever is lucky enough to get a taste. If that isn’t enough, there will also be a delicious kid’s recipe that you’ll have to add to their lunchboxes. Live Calf Birthing The fair will host an oppo ..read more
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Local Lunchbox: Mix & Match Recipes
Georgia Grown
by erinwhite
3y ago
Whether your kids are sitting around a lunchroom table or in front of a computer, treat them with an awesome lunch assembled from the recipes below. Mix and match to create a week’s worth of delicious and nutritious meals.   These Georgia Grown recipes are made just for kids- some recipe cards even come with an additional activity. Involve your kids in the kitchen and get them excited about learning with our local lunchbox recipes! Entrees: PB&J Quesadillas Give a boring old peanut butter and jelly sandwich a twist by turning it into a toasty quesadilla that will make your kid the ta ..read more
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Georgia Grown To Go Market Coming to Tucker
Georgia Grown
by Amir Sports
3y ago
Just in time for the 4th of July, The Georgia Department of Agriculture will hold their last Georgia Grown To Go event of the season on Tuesday, June 30, next to the construction of the new Smoke Rise Elementary School close to the corner of Hugh Howell Road and Mountain Industrial in Tucker. “Our Georgia Grown To Go markets have been wildly popular and we are proud to finish up the summer season with our good partners in Tucker and DeKalb County,” said Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Gary W. Black. “These events would not be possible without the community coming together to show support for ..read more
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Georgia Grown Menu: Father’s Day
Georgia Grown
by erinwhite
3y ago
Father’s Day is the perfect time to make some memories with a backyard barbecue. These grilling recipes featuring in-season Georgia Grown produce are sure to please with their easy assembly and savory flavor.   Steak Option Shitake Smothered Grilled Steak   Burger Option Shitake Mushroom Blended Burger   Seasonal Sides Oven Roasted or Grilled Baby Potatoes   Blue Cheese Stuffed Vidalia Onion   Georgia Grown Elote The post Georgia Grown Menu: Father’s Day appeared first on Georgia Grown ..read more
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Industry Insights: Georgia Milk
Georgia Grown
by Amir Sports
3y ago
Before the Covid-19 pandemic hit the United States, dairy farm families faced drops in milk prices by roughly 40 percent over the last six years and fluid milk sales steadily declined year over year. For decades, population increase kept overall milk consumption stable, but that was not the case over this last decade. It became evident to dairy farmers producing for the gallon jug that if conditions continued, most would go out of business. There was a glut of milk on the market. Fewer meals were being prepared at home and competition with other beverage options like bottled water, energy drin ..read more
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