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Learn about rain gardens and storm water management February 23 at the Library

Learn about rain gardens and storm water management February 23 at the Library

Rain garden mentors Cheryl Bosley and Karen Carnot Looking for creative ways to manage water runoff on your property? Pick up some great ideas at the  Rain Garden Seminar on Saturday, February 23, 2:00 at the Bainbridge Library. In this podcast BCB host Bob Ross […]

Joe Pulicicchio talks winter produce

Joe Pulicicchio talks winter produce

Challenged by the winter snows? So are our grocery stores! Listen here as Town and Country’s Joe Pulicicchio describes the best of winter produce, stocking challenges during snow events, and T&C’s recent decision to MOVE THE PEPPERS! This month’s big news is that T&C’s peppers […]

<b>Holiday meat, seafood, and produce recipes</b>

Holiday meat, seafood, and produce recipes

Town and Country Markets’ Michael Fodness (L) and Joe Pulicicchio Listen here as T&C’s Joe Pulicicchio joins Bob Ross and Michael Fodness, Director of Meats and Seafood for Town and Country Markets to talk about seasonal meats, seafood and produce items. In this rich interaction […]

<b>T&C’s Joe Pulicicchio on preparing produce for Thanksgiving</b>

T&C’s Joe Pulicicchio on preparing produce for Thanksgiving

Purple brussel sprouts, peeling parsnips, and perfect potatoes: T&C’s Joe Pulicicchio is back to tell us about the best produce for your holiday meal. Our old Tastes of Bainbridge friend, Joe Pulicicchio, Director of Produce and Floral for T&C Markets, returns to the BCB studio […]

<b>Fishgirl at the Farmers Market</b>

Fishgirl at the Farmers Market

Fishgirl owner Frank Ralph with his daughter, Campbell, the Fishgirl Meet one of the newest additions to the Bainbridge Farmers Market: Frank Ralph, the Owner of Fishgirl, a company solely dedicated to the harvesting of wild and sustainable seafood. In conversation with BCB host Bob […]

<b>Swimmers wrap Arms Around Bainbridge</b>

Swimmers wrap Arms Around Bainbridge

Joy Archer, Dena Kutrich and Cestjon McFarland of Arms Around Bainbridge Arms Around Bainbridge swimmers will swim 30 miles around Bainbridge again this summer to help support families in financial crisis due to major illness. You can help! In this podcast, members of Arms Around […]

<i>Podcast: Tastes of Bainbridge: </i><br>4H Chicken Pageant at the Farmers Market

Podcast: Tastes of Bainbridge:
4H Chicken Pageant at the Farmers Market

It’s time for the annual 4H Chicken Pageant at the Farmers Market, and Tastes of Bainbridge producer Bob Ross is on hand for the festivities. The 4H Chicken Pageant is a delightful event in which 4H members and their respective fowl dress up in costumes […]

<i>Podcast: Tastes of Bainbridge: </i><br>The Market at Bay Hay

Podcast: Tastes of Bainbridge:
The Market at Bay Hay

Meet Carolyn Goodwin, food buyer for the Market at Bay Hay, and learn about the challenges and excitement of keeping a small market stocked with exclusively local food products. In this podcast, Carolyn joins host Bob Ross to tell us about the Market’s evolving identity. […]

<i>Podcast: Tastes of Bainbridge: </i><br>Joe Pulicicchio talks summer produce

Podcast: Tastes of Bainbridge:
Joe Pulicicchio talks summer produce

Joe Pulicicchio, Director of Produce & Floral for T&C Markets, returns to Tastes of Bainbridge to share his insights on the best produce for summer. Talking about everything from berries to avocados to red potatoes, Joe provides a keen insight about some of the challenges […]

<i>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge: </i><br>Zero Waste volunteers needed for Rotary Green Team and July 4 festivities

Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
Zero Waste volunteers needed for Rotary Green Team and July 4 festivities

Meet Diane Landry of Bainbridge Island’s award-winning non-profit, Zero Waste, and learn how you, too, can help with cleanup after the Rotary Auction and on July 4th. In this edition of What’s up Bainbridge, Diane gives us the inside scoop on Zero Waste, an initiative […]