The Perfect Saturday?

The Vices That Made Virginia Having your fill of oysters, bourbon, cigars, and bluegrass sounds like a great way to spend a Saturday. Add a Virginia pig roast and, well, now you really have a party. These are just some of the highlights of The Vices That Made Virginia, a fundraiser to benefit the new partnership between Arcadia Center for Sustainable Food & Agriculture and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. All proceeds will go toward helping this innovative venture create a vibrant, secure, and equitable local food system in the national capital region. WHEN? Saturday, November 6, 2010 WHERE?  Woodlawn in Alexandria, VA

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Reel Food: Dinner with Mathilda and Friends

On the eve of our annual gala auction and dinner, we're excited to share this short video of some lucky folks enjoying one of the live auction packages auctioned off at last year's event. With some help from Edward Lee of Magnolia 610 in Louisville, Kentucky, JBF Chairman Woodrow Campbell threw a festive head-to-tail pig roast for family and friends in his Connecticut home over the summer. Watch the video below to see chef Lee in action and the life story of a black heritage pig named Mathilda:

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