by guest blogger Alberto Gonzalez. This is a fundamental question that, in an ideal world, we’d all be able to answer. I talked with organic dairy farmers, the Hardys, to find out what it means to be a farmer today and why it’s important to know where your food comes from.
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Thanksgiving dinner is a rare American meal, and not just because it’s an annual event celebrated with family and friends, but also because this day of gratitude tends to spin off the yummiest leftovers, so thankfully little ends up as food scraps.
They say turkeys are stupid, and that may be the case, but I’ve looked different turkeys in the eye and have seen keen intelligence and even humor. I’ve also seen the vacant stare of the doomed…
Over the next few weeks, I’m going to share my favorite party appetizers—the stuff that gets eaten to the bottom of the bowl, plate, or dish.
Carving pumpkins is fun. At our house, I make pretty ones and my husband specializes in scary ones. (In the past, he has been known to use ketchup as an accessory.)
The best home-made organic taco recipe this side of the Rio Grande. Or, at least, I think so.
In America, we think we are hot stuff because of all our growing farmer’s markets across the country. Or in Manhattan, a place like Eataly seems like a whole new invention. And then you go to Barcelona, which, like many cities in Europe, has a food market in the middle of the city that has […]
Sometimes when I travel, everything goes so smoothly that it feels like a miracle of modern transportation. Other times, everything goes so horribly wrong that I have to cry and comfort myself with an airport cheesesteak, which makes me cry even more because mine at home are so much better. Such was the case recently. […]
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