by the Rodale’s team It’s apple season! And more importantly for us, it’s organic apple season. We’re celebrating organic apples at the 7th annual Organic Apple Festival at the Rodale Institute in Kutztown, Pennsylvania, TODAY, Saturday, September 19th! We invite you to come on down and join us for a fun-filled day of apple picking, […]
Tag Archives | apple festival
You’re standing in the supermarket. You’re in the produce section looking at apples. Organic and conventional apples are there right next to each other. They look the same. Which one do you pick? Based on all the questions I get about the price of organic, I’m going to guess many will pick the cheaper apple. […]
by guest blogger “Coach” Mark Smallwood, Rodale Institute executive director Apples. Apples are the single most pesticide-contaminated produce item available at the grocery store. If you had to choose just one item from your grocery list to buy organic, make it organic apples. Why do we spray so many pesticides on apples? Well, we humans […]
Turns out, hot dogs are the great unifier. I figured this out at our first annual Organic Apple Festival four years ago when I spent the day serving up grilled organic hot dogs that even the old Dutchie men gave the thumbs up. And I am thrilled that this Saturday, we’re holding our fourth annual Organic Apple Festival, and I’ll be out there again, from 10 to 5, woman-ing the grill and serving up the best organic hot dogs ever, donated by Applegate Farms.
Consider this your official invitation to the Organic Apple Festival at the Rodale Institute: Once again, I will be grilling up organic hotdogs from Applegate Farms (and a few organic vegan dogs for those of you who must go without meat). But this year I am adding a new treat: Organic Apple Cider Floats! Made […]
Raised on America’s first organic farm, Scratch author Maria Rodale learned how to make everyday favorites from, yes, scratch — the way you remember them; the way they turn out best.Order Now