Whether you are new to town or a long-time resident, recently published book, The Food Lover’s Guide to Portland, 2nd Edition, is your culinary navigation friend.
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I have to admit that when my husband and I first bought our home a few years back the last thing on my mind was gardening. I was mainly concerned with un-doing all the peach colored paint with gold flecks on the living room walls and what seemed like endless amounts of border and stencil […]
The Backyard Homestead, edited by Carleen Madigan is the primer you need for turning that boring old backyard into an organic, and sustainable homestead.
This giveaway contest is for a free copy of Katrina Blair’s book, The Wild Wisdom of Weeds: 13 essential plants for human survival.
This post is under construction. A new video player will be added shortly. David Korten, co-founder of Yes! Magazine, former Visiting Associate Professor of the Harvard University Graduate School of Business, and author of When Corporations Rule The World, and his most recent book Agenda For a New Economy, will be appearing next week on […]
These fine authors and filmmakers have all appeared on Cooking Up a Story. Check out their work, and watch the CUpS:Food News videos to learn more about these leading thinkers, activists, and experts in the sustainable food movement.
For some, barbecue season is year-round! the America’s Best Ribs book is for experienced and also beginners who wish to move to the next level.
The Resilient Gardener is a personal revelation about “All-American food security,” and a clarion call to action.
Win a new book from Anne Willan, Secrets from the La Varenne Kitchen, that contains 50 foundational recipes from the legendary school she founded 40 years ago.
Harriet Fasenfest offers a page-turning seasonal monthly breakdown of food in “A Householder’s Guide to the Universe: A Calendar of Basics for the Home and Beyond.”
“Home Dairy” shares the history of home dairy making with a solid overview of tools and equipment essential to the tasks.
Naomi Montacre, of Naomi’s Organic Farm Supply store shares some of her favorite books, hand tools, and expert advice to help beginner’s to grow food.
The genetically modified grass was called Creeping Bentgrass, ideally suited for golf course greens, smooth, tough and easily cut to a short surface. And, it has escaped into the wild.
Giveway: 2 books from Gianaclis Caldwell: The Small Scale Dairy and Mastering Artisan Cheesemaking.
Mark Bittman, author of How To Cook Everything, discusses his latest book Food Matters: A Guide to Conscious Eating.
In this interview with Langdon Cook, author of The Mushroom Hunters, we discuss his book and his first-hand encounters on the commercial wild mushroom trail.
In this video interview with noted author Sandor Katz, he talks about his latest book, The Art of Fermentation, and his passion for ferments.
Deborah Madison talks about some of the botanical families, and their edible members that are organized by chapter in her new book, Vegetable Literacy.
It’s a fast approaching train, and it’s heading directly our way. Visionary author Lester R. Brown warns civilization is heading toward collapse…
Jo Robinson’s new book Eating on the Wild Side: The Missing Link to Optimum Health takes careful measure of the last 15 years of scientific research in the fields involving food and nutrition— tens of thousands of individual studies are distilled into a sizable number of startling revelations.