The Farmer, The Miller and The Baker Featured in Edible Columbus Spring Edition

The Farmer, The Miller and The Baker are getting a little press! We’re proud to be featured in the Spring Edition of Edible Columbus, our closest division of Edible Communities Publications.

Take heed foodies and families: If you’re still unfamiliar with Edible Publications, you should find a way to pick up the spring issue today in your area. Edible Publications spread the good word about the importance of local food not only in our fertile Ohio Valley, but throughout this great food nation of ours and beyond. From Brooklyn to Chicago to the San Francisco shore, Edible Communities publications share stories with the mission of transforming the way consumers shop for, cook, eat and relate to local food. Through its printed publications, websites and events, ECI strives to connect consumers with local growers, retailers, chefs and food artisans, enabling those relationships to grow and thrive in a mutually beneficial, healthful and economically viable way.

Inside, you’ll not only find great local stories like ours, but also real face-to-face coverage of local chefs, growers, recipes, resources, how-to’s, farmer’s markets and a wealth of vendors who genuinely care about food-related issues. The Farmer, The Miller and The Baker are proud to be aligned with the values of the Edible network. Pick up your free copy of the Edible Columbus Spring Edition at any advertiser location, or subscribe to the quarterly publication and have great local food news delivered directly to your door.

Thanks Edible Columbus!


Farmer Miller Baker at Versailles FareFest 2010

Last Saturday, The Farmer, The Miller and The Baker collaborated with The Inn at Versailles (another local food-based treasure) at FareFest 2010 in Versailles, Ohio.

The Farmer, Miller, Baker group shared our story and brought tastes of spelt bread and spelt cookies for an estimated 700 attendees, all of whom were there to enjoy samples of amazing food from local restaurants and producers as well as wines from around the country. Bakehouse Bread & Cookie Company was also there, sharing their artisan breads topped with fresh, locally grown tomatoes and basil, and E.A.T. Food for Life Farm shared their locally made butter and cheeses.

Many thanks to the Inn at Versailles, Telisa Delligatta and Chef Michael Delligatta from Michael Anthony’s at the Inn for bringing us not only spectacular seasonal plates using locally grown produce from their very own organic farm, but an amazing selection of wines, and spectacular local events.

The Farmer, The Miller and The Baker have a Video!

Watch our video by clicking the “Story of Local Collaboration” link on the right, and learn a little bit about The Farmer, The Miller, The Baker, our healthy Spelt product collaboration, and how important local cooperation and commerce is to the health of your community.

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Grow sustainably. Buy locally. Eat real, wholesome food.


The Farmer, the Miller and the Baker at Versailles Farefest

Be sure to stop by the local foodie event of the year this Saturday, August 28th from 3-6PM to see the Farmer, the Miller and the Baker in person! Try amazing wines and taste local gourmet foods while enjoying the end of summer outdoors with live entertainment at Versailles Farefest.

For ticket information, contact the Inn at Versailles at 937-526-3020.

See you there!