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Chef and author Eugenia Bone to can tomatoes at Downtown Market

Sharill HawkinsGlenwood's Downtown MarketGlenwood Springs, Colorado CO
Contributed photoAuthor and chef Eugenia Bone will be presenting at Glenwood's Downtown Market cooking demo and signing her books, "Well-Preserved" and "Mycophilia."
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GLENWOOD SPRINGS, Colorado – Glenwood Springs’ Downtown Market has been highlighting one of Michael Pollan’s Food Rules each week from his book, “Food Rules: an Eater’s Manual.”This week’s food rule is No. 7: “Avoid food products containing ingredients that a third-grader cannot pronounce.” He says, “Keep it simple.”At 6 p.m. on Tuesday in the market’s cooking demonstration tent, Eugenia Bone, a nationally known food journalist and author, will be canning tomatoes. She says, “It’s simple and everyone should know how to do it.”Using Rule No. 7 and the fresh natural ingredients Bone will be preserving as a smart and healthy combination.Bone lives in New York City and Western Colorado. Her work has appeared in many magazines and newspapers, including Saveur, Food & Wine, Gourmet, Fine Dining, Martha Stewart Living, Wine Enthusiast, The New York Times and The Denver Post. She is the author of four books. “At Mesa’s Edge” is about her discovery of the foods in the North Fork Valley. She wrote “Italian Family Dining” with her father, celebrated chef Edward Giobbi. “Well-Preserved” was nominated for a James Beard award. Her current book is “Mycophilia: Revelations From the Weird World of Mushrooms.” She is working on her fifth book about preserving, titled “The Kitchen Ecosystem.” This book takes a bumper crop of fruits and vegetables and uses them in multiple preparations: current meals, preserves, soup stock and items for the freezer.Come to the market with questions for Bone about preserving foods, Italian cooking and mushrooms and welcome her to our valley. If you can’t make it to the market on Tuesday to hear Bone, or want to learn more from her, the Glenwood Springs Garden Club will host her at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 8, in the US Bank Community Room, 1902 Grand Avenue. Her talk that day will focus on the benefits of fungi and her book “Mycophilia.”Bone’s books “Well-Preserved” and “Mycophilia” will be available for purchase at both presentations. Both of the talks are free and open to the public. The Rock Dogs, will perform at the market starting at 5:30 p.m. Dale Loper, Dan Brennan-Combs and Tom Mercer have been playing together for years. The band strives to deliver up-beat, danceable rock ‘n roll, with material ranging from alternative and classic rock to originals. Be ready to supply background vocals on your favorite songs. The music sponsor this week is Stifel Nicolas.The market is starting the second half of its season on Aug. 7. All of the vendors have busy schedules this time of the year doing the markets in our valley and the Western Slope. The produce vendors have stories to tell about their farms. The hot food vendors share a love a cooking. The artisans’ products are made from the heart. When shopping at the market, take a moment to get to know the hardworking folks who come every week, rain or shine, to bring our communities their local products.Mario Batali, in his cookbook “Molto Gusto,” writes, “There is nothing that inspires me more, no matter where I am in the world, than to visit a local farmers’ market. To see what the sweet earth is giving up to those who care enough to coax it into fruition is my main gauge of the greatness of a town or city in any society.”Glenwood’s Downtown Market wants to thank all the customers who support our market and other markets in our valley. Glenwood’s Downtown Market takes place from 4 p.m. to dusk Tuesdays, in Centennial Park at Ninth and Grand Avenue in downtown Glenwood Springs.


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