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by Jojo Frey October 06, 2016

I was so excited when I discovered Louisa Kasdon and her organization, Let’s Talk About Food. Based in Boston, Let’s Talk About Food is a city-wide organization that is dedicated to improving food systems, culture and most importantly, food education in the region. We were invited to join their 5th Annual Let’s Talk About Food Festival as a featured demonstration.

Hosted at Copley Square, the festival is an all-day affair that . Festival goers range from professional chefs and farming experts to food psychologists and culinary enthusiasts. Churncraft had an hour long demonstration in the Spotlight Kitchen. Kristin and I loved teaching people all about the benefits of homemade butter. One thing is for sure, they all adored the slow-churned butter we sampled!

 

Jojo Frey
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