Season 5, Episode 25, July 28th, 2018
"Nourish Knoxville community programs & the Tomato Jam Fundraiser with Executive Director, Charlotte Tolley"
On this episode, Amy visits with Charlotte Tolley, Executive Director of Nourish Knoxville. Charlotte describes the work of Nourish Knoxville and how they connect the community to healthy, local foods through the “POP Club” program with kids, the East Tennessee Food Guide, and yearly events. One such event is the annual Nourish Knoxville  “Tomato Jam” Fundraiser - a drinks competition featuring East Tennessee’s Finest Tomatoes and Bartenders.This event will take place Sunday, July 29th, 2018, from 12:00 Noon until 4:00 P.M. at the Mill and Mine, in downtown Knoxville, TN. Link to event:

- Mary (Dee Dee) Constantine who is Food Editor of The Knoxville News Sentinel shares a recipe from Linda Amendt for Spiced Blue berry jam from her Linda’s cookbook “Blue Ribbon Canning” Here is a link to that cookbook:

- Fred Sauceman  shares a pot luck radio segment about his ETSU student Aynsley Porchak who is a grand masters fiddle champion in both the united states and Canada from Woodstock, Ontario and she describes her favorite dish “Poutine”.  

Links to events mentioned during the show brought to our community by area non profit organizations that are specifically local food, farming, or sustainably oriented:

Century Harvest Farms/ 2nd Harvest Food Bank

Cobbler Festival and Competition, July 28th, 2018.

Grainger County Tomato Festival:

Nourish Knoxville Tomato Jam:

Wine on the Water Event, September 14th:

East Tennessee Young Farmers Coalition:

Nourish Knoxville Market Square Farmers’ Market:

Dixie Lee Farmers’ Market:

Maryville Farmers’ Market:

East Tennessee Farmers Association of Retail Marketing:

CAC Beardsley Farm:

Sevierville Market (every Friday):

Eastside Sunday Market:

Morgan County Farmers Market:

Harriman Farmers Market:

Seymour Farmers Market:

East Tennessee Children’s Hospital Farmer’s Market: