December 29, 2010 • in Gardening

Food Gardener Survey

By guest blogger Laura Vogel. Laura is a second-year fellow in the University of Delaware Longwood Graduate Program. Her thesis research and career interests revolve around education and food gardening. I adore plants, especially edible ones. Starting at an early …

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December 28, 2010 • in Health & Fitness

How Big, Cheap and Fast Do We Want to Be?

By guest blogger Alberto Gonzalez, founder and CEO of GustOrganics, www.gustorganics.com, the world’s first certified organic restaurant,  and one of the greenest and most progressive restaurants on the planet. We live in the most powerful country in the world.  However, …

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December 27, 2010 • in Organic Food

A Visit to My Kitchen: Erin Ely of ElyOrganics.com

Erin Ely is in my kitchen today, talking about her organic lifestyle, a hearty and warm favorite go-to meal, and her media obsession. Erin Ely is an organic fanatic, strategic optimist, community and political activist, homebirther, attachment parent, and homeschooler. …

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December 24, 2010 • in Organic Food

Brussels Sprouts That Will Blow Your Mind

I used to hate Brussels sprouts. In fact, I once went to bed without any dinner because first I tried to hide them in my water glass, and then I tried to feed them to the dog—who wouldn’t eat them …

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December 23, 2010 • in Environment

A Visit to My Kitchen: Paul Rice from Fair Trade USA

Paul Rice is in my kitchen today, talking about his global journey to appreciating organics, his love for coffee, and his surprising new organic obsession. Paul is the founding President and CEO of Fair Trade USA, the leading independent, third-party …

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December 22, 2010 • in Maria Recommends

2010 Top 10 Farm-to-Table Restaurants (Third Annual!)

It’s that time of year…when I share my list of my favorite farm-to-table restaurants. This is not a scientific list. It’s simply a roster of the places I’ve eaten in the past year that have fulfilled my criteria for a …

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December 21, 2010 • in Organic Food

How to Make Traditional Apple Pie

By guest blogger Dana Blinder I come from generations of foodies. My auntie Rae makes a brisket that will knock your yarmulke off and my papa had a backyard garden that yielded crisp cucumbers and plump raspberries. My immediate family …

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