Recently, I had the pleasure of sitting down for a quick interview with activist, author, and producer Laurie David to discuss her new documentary film Fed Up, which looks into our problematic sugar consumption. We also dove into her book The Family Cooks, and the importance of family dinners. Enjoy! To help families initiate their […]
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by guest blogger Maria Luci, associate editor at Maria’s Farm Country Kitchen I’ve been a fan of Brad’s Raw Foods for a while now, and have been known to nibble on my fair share of their various kale chips. So it came as a surprise to me when I found out that Brad’s Raw Foods […]
It was about 18 years ago. I was driving in my car with the radio on, listening to WMUH my local favorite college station. I heard a song. Time stopped. It was a beautiful woman’s voice singing “When I was a boy.” These lyrics stopped me in my tracks. So, it is my total pleasure to have Dar Williams as a guest on my back porch today.
by guest blogger Wendy Gordon. The actress is world-renowned for her ability to transform herself into a character. But few know her as I do, in her real-life role as a transformational environmental health activist.
Alisa Gravitz, green-living pioneer, social investment leader, and executive director of Green America, is in my kitchen today.
by guest blogger Bea Johnson. The zero in “zero waste” makes it sound scary and hard to achieve. It’s actually not as hard as it seems.
Agapi Stassinopoulos, motivational speaker and the author of Unbinding the Heart, stopped by my kitchen today to share with us a few of her favorite things.
Bea Johnson and her family strive to live a zero waste lifestyle. Through her blog, she shares waste-reducing tips and inspires readers to take a stance on needless waste.
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