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Garlic and Arts Festival this weekend! The winner of today’s garlic eating contest downed a whopping 56 cloves. It was impressive. No need to chomp the stuff raw as there are plenty of vendors serving up cooked versions. Celebrate community, sustainability, and the release of @makinglovewhilefarming (as seen in the summer issue of EPV) at one of our favorite festivals of the season. #epvfood #garlicandartsfestival
We’ve been away from Instagram for a while, but we’re back! And have you seen our fall issue? Gorgeous cover shot as always by @dominicperri #epvfood #foodphotography #foodjournalism #localfood #413
Who will win? Bartender challenge at @foodbankwma Farm to Cocktail! #epvfood #drinklocal
That's a lot of glassware! At @wgby57 wine dinner!
The new issue is out! Find it around the Valley or read it online (link in profile). #epvfood
It's here! Our winter issue is out and hitting the streets! Look for it across The Valley starting now.
Pre-frost warning harvest. Squash, tomatoes, tomatillos, ground cherries. And one freak yellow eggplant. #epvfood
Demo time at umass. Rollatini to come soon! #epvfood
Guest chef at umass tonight. Celebrating local food! Here's my arancini line, hard at work! #epvfood
Was going to post a picture of a gorgeous heirloom tomato stew topped with poached duck eggs, but kitchen accidents happen. This is the aftermath. #kitchencrisis not #epvfood #pizzafordinner