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  • April 12, 2013 • AZ Family

    The Breadfruit's Jerk Rub/ Feast on the Street

    PHOENIX -- Feast on the Street brings our community and friends together around a half-mile long dining table in downtown Phoenix, transforming First Street into a pedestrian promenade in celebration of food and art in the desert. The Breadfruit's Jerk Rub Ingredients 
1/2 lb. Habanero, Stems removed/Roasted 
1 cup Green Onion, Chopped
 2 Tbsp. Thyme, Pulled from stalks 
2 Tbsp. Garlic, Minced 
2 T C Gold Rum
3 Tbsp. Salt
 2 Tbsp. Black Pepper, ground
 1/4 cup Jamaican Allspice, ground 
1/4 cup + 1 Tbsp Sugar 
1 1/2 tsp. Nutmeg, ground
 1/2 tsp. Cinnamon, ground
 1/4 cup White vinegar Instructions
 Roast habaneros on grill or in oven for 5 minutes at high heat or 450 degrees In a food processor or blender add all ingredients EXCEPT white vinegar. Run food processor or blend until all ingredients are very smooth. Add vinegar.  Pulse until combined. Read More

  • April 11, 2013 • The Republic

    4/13: Feast on the Street in downtown Phoenix

    The inaugural Feast on the Street on Saturday is billed as an urban harvest festival. Urban harvest? Does that seem like an oxymoron? Organizers want to show you why it’s not. “People will be sitting down together … eating and sharing stories about food in an urban environment,” said organizer Heather Lineberry, of Arizona State University Art Museum. The free festival will showcase the abundance of urban gardeners, restaurant owners, artists and musicians who live, work and grow in Arizona. It was inspired by London’s Feast on the Bridge, which takes over the Southwark Bridge over the Thames River in the fall. English artist Clare Patey started the London festival and worked with Arizona artist and fourth-generation farmer Matthew Moore to bring the event to Phoenix. This is the first time the event has been in North America. Read More

  • April 10, 2013 • East Valley Tribune

    Feast on Food, Fellowship at Half-mile Long Downtown Dinner Party

    Most people know what it’s like to pull up a chair at a family reunion or holiday meal, but not many have tucked their toes under the table at a community harvest feast. Several local art and community organizations are hoping to change that with Saturday’s “Feast on the Street” in downtown Phoenix. The event’s defining feature will be a half-mile long banquet table, running down First Street between Taylor and Moreland streets. Conjuring images of a glorious wedding feast, the table will be draped in linens and lined with chairs. Read More

  • April 05, 2013

    Two Arts Projects Initiated at Margaret T Hance Park in April

    Two artists will debut temporary artworks at Margaret T. Hance Park in April. Artist Jay Atherton will install his work, “Towards Time (130811 11:52)”, on April 9 at the southern entrance to Margaret T. Hance Park, at Moreland and Second streets. Read More

  • February 25, 2013 • Phoenix New Times

    Feast on the Street: Clare Patey and Matthew Moore Bring a Celebration of Local Food to Roosevelt Row in Phoenix on April 13

    For the past five years, Clare Patey has managed to shut down a bridge in London and invite thousands to come together to celebrate local food. The internationally recognized artist and curator has made a name for herself creating what she calls social spaces in the public realm and opportunities for people to connect with the food they eat. Read More