It’s that time of year to get your buckets ready and go pick your own fruit and/or vegetables.
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.
Fall is a busy time of year on Bi-Zi Farms, and is marked by their annual public harvest festival they refer to as The Pumpkin Patch designed to entertain families of all ages.
This week’s Food.Farmer.Earth newsletter focuses on fresh berries.
As farmers markets across the country have grown exponentially over the years, one farm’s local success can be directly traced to this phenomenon.
This week’s Newsletter explores urban farms.
A short preview of next week’s episodes being featured on Food.Farmer.Earth.
Berry picking is something I’ve been doing since I moved to Oregon. There is something very special about the berries here. Like the grapes for pinot noir, berries like the weather here during the summer months – once it kicks in! Cool nights and hot days. Generally the strawberries come into their full sweetness in […]
Jack Campbell, AKA Chef Jacques, demonstrates how to use fresh berries to make special sauces to enhance a variety of dishes.
A cooking demonstration to make small batch jam using fresh strawberries, sugar, and other simple ingredients. Marge Braker is a retired home economics teacher.