Will the Seminole Heights Sunday Morning Market run away with the competition, or is there another Tampa Bay area farmers market you prefer?
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Sunday, January 30, 2011
Seminole Heights Sunday Morning Market is raising scholarship funds for a Hillsborough High School student.
It's almost time to soak your beans and grind your chilis and spices. The Seminole Heights Sunday Morning Market is hosting its first Chili Cook Off on Feb. 13, and first prize is $100. Second place earns $50, and third prize earns $25. This month's chili cookoff replaces one promoted for last month, which was cancelled due to a lack of enough entries. To enter, contestants must pay $10 per batch of chili by Feb. 9, but they may enter more than one batch. Entry fees go toward the market's annual scholarship for a Hillsborough High School student. The scholarship will be handed out at the end of the market season in May. Chili can be made with or without meat, but entries are asked to be labeled as such. Judges won't know the identity of …
Tuesday, December 28, 2010
From vegan and organic restaurants to farm grown foods, shoppers have lots of options in Seminole Heights.
Seminole Heights residents looking for healthy and earth-conscious eating options are fortunate. There are lots of choices here. From unique restaurants featuring vegetarian and organic dishes to markets where fresh produce is sold, it's not hard for Seminole Heights residents to find wholesome, nutritious food. Since 2005, owners Spencer and Sabrina Greene have provided their patrons with vegan, vegetarian and organic foods at Grass Root, located at 2702 N. Florida Ave. "This is the only neighborhood in Tampa with an organic restaurant," Spencer Greene said. Grass Root caters to everyday diners in search of a healthy lunch as well as people with specialized food needs, including "macro-biotic, strict vegan, fruitarian, raw foodists, …