Thursday, August 7, 2008

Edible City Celebration

This upcoming week (and weekend) is the first annual Edible City Celebration hosted by Food Not Lawns of San Diego. There will be several workshops around the downtown San Diego area. Some of the workshops will be:

  • Food preservation through fermentation (Kim Chi, Sauerkraut)
  • Indian cooking
  • Bio-Intensive Gardening
  • Composting
  • Solar cooking potluck (people will be cooking in Balboa Park with solar ovens and sharing the food with people interested)
  • Food related movie nights
Most of the workshops are free. There's a few that ask for small donations. You can find out more info here:

I'm helping out with the promotion and can answer any questions you might have, so feel free to contact me with any questions.


Anonymous said...

Hi Ian,
I don't know why I haven't found your blog before this but I was happy that I finally did. I see you haven't posted in awhile and wonder if you've stopped altogether...?

I'd love to see more posts from you.

deborah stone said...

Hi Ian
I am writing up local new ethnic "cheap eats" in San Diego and new coffe spots. Would like to link to your website.

Anonymous said...

Hi Ian –

I’m working with a start-up for food bloggers in Southern California called Tabelog ( They’re a subsidiary of the largest company in Japan (similar to Yelp here in the US).

We’re bringing their annual restaurant awards to the US that are judged solely by a panel of local food bloggers (all online). The winning restaurants get a framed 2014 award and the food bloggers get an “official judge” icon/etc and related PR for their blog. We’re looking for bloggers from the Southern California area to invite as an official judge. Is this something that you would be interested in?

Thanks in advance!