Food.Farmer.Earth Newsletter: Kitchen Knives

Food.Farmer.Earth Newsletter: Kitchen Knives

Food.Farmer.Earth newsletter: Kitchen Knives Chef Melinda Casady demonstrates how to work effectively with a 10″ kitchen knife. Arnon Kartmazov forges japanese inspired kitchen knives in his warehouse studio. Coming next week is a look at cookies, and great selection of posts curated from around the web.

Food.Farmer.Earth Newsletter: Wine

Food.Farmer.Earth Newsletter: Wine

Food.Farmer.Earth Newsletter: Wine—Kevin Chambers of Resonance Vineyards in Carleton, Oregon, is on the 32nd harvest for this property, and we are visiting on his last day of harvesting grapes. Bruce Bauer of VINO, a boutique wine shop in Portland, Oregon, shares some of his favorite moderate to low-priced wines from the Pacific Northwest region, and the world. Also, The Weekly Roundup of great food related content on the web, and more…

Food.Farmer.Earth Newsletter: Grains and Crackers

Food.Farmer.Earth Newsletter: Grains and Crackers

Food.Farmer.Earth Newsletter: Grains and crackers— A visit to the Cedar Creek Grist Mill is the only working hydro-powered grist mill in Washington. Kevin Chambers of Resonance Vineyard is harvesting his 2012 wine grapes

Food.Farmer.Earth Newsletter: Corn

Food.Farmer.Earth Newsletter: Corn

Food.Farmer.Earth Newsletter: Corn has become organic farmer Anthony Boutard’s passion, so much so that he wrote a book about it called “Beautiful Corn: America’s Original Grain from Seed to Plate.” Chef and restaurateur Kelly Myers of Xico, in Portland, Oregon, shows us how to make a quick form of enchiladas she refers to as street style, they are cooked on a grill or stovetop without any baking.

Food.Farmer.Earth Newsletter: Halloween

Food.Farmer.Earth Newsletter: Halloween

Food.Farmer.Earth Newsletter: Robin Hassett of The Dessert Tray demonstrates how to prepare a cake for fondant, how to create fondant colors, and how to work with fondant. Fall is a busy time of year on Bi-Zi Farms in Vancouver, Washington, and is marked by their annual Fall harvest festival they call “The Pumpkin Patch” designed to entertain families with kids of all ages. The Weekly roundup of top posts, and more.