The Mushroomery in Lebanon, Oregon is where we find owners Dustin and Jen, and a whole house full of WWOOFers.
“WWOOF! The Movie” is about a collective of organizations that go by the acronym WWOOF: World-Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms. My wife and I have traveled around the globe for the last 5 months and videotaped our experiences within the organizations of France, Japan, Italy, and India. The tentative delivery date for the whole sha-bang […]
My wife and I have traveled around the globe for the last 5 months and filmed our experiences within the WWOOF! organizations of France, Japan, Italy, and India, and are working on a feature film documenting this journey. “WWOOF! The Movie” is about a collective of organizations that go by the acronym WWOOF: World-Wide Opportunities […]
WWOOF! The Movie” is about a collective of organizations WWOOF: World-Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms.
A cookbook author, gardener, and artist? I liked the idea of doing a story on someone with such a rich family history in which food played such a major role.
From the Award-Winning DVD (full disclosure: yes, it’s ours), BBQ Secrets: The Master Guide to Extraordinary Barbecue Cookin’, world champion cook Mike Davis demonstrates some tips for preparing chicken for the cooker. For many of us, the notion that cooking barbecue requires much experience and know-how to do a good job—it doesn’t! But, for those […]
Going whole hog for world champion BBQer Mike Davis is an every day experience. A cancer survivor, Davis has made barbecue not only his life’s passion, he has made it into a highly successful career.
Two friends form a close bond through their mutual food preservation efforts.
Courtesy of Michael Schaap, United Vloggers This is one of those video gems I found a couple years ago on the web. Journalist Michael Schaap, macdocman, takes us on a bicycle ride (first dropping off his young son) to a herring shop to eat raw herring (that is what the Dutch do! ). Enjoy!
Sunday Suppers are a great way to balance the weekday hustle by consciously taking back Sunday as a day of rest. This is not labor-intensive cooking.