This Phyllo kale bake contains bunches of kale, Phyllo dough, feta cheese, onion, garlic, olive oil, tomato, and fresh lemon.
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Tom DeNoble of DeNoble Farm Fresh talks about his winter crops, and how cold temperatures effect their flavor.
Cauliflower is the gateway food to other farm fresh vegetables, and this recipe is a great way to get veggies into a meal!
Now that the winter season is close at hand, have you considered growing a winter garden? Kelly Wood shows us how she transplants her kale starts into her garden beds.
In an effort to learn where our food comes from, cookbook author Ivy Manning visits a local farm to find out more about Lacinato kale.
Ivy Manning demonstrates how to create a wonderful Irish potatoes dish using kale, a winter-time favorite crop.
When it comes to farming through the winter months, Tom DeNoble of DeNoble’s Farm Fresh Produce in Tillamook is no romantic. “Winter farming is a big gamble,” he said. “It’s like rolling the dice every year.”
I came across this recipe back in 2007, attached to an article/restaurant review in the NY Times. In that article, Melissa Clark echoed my own skepticism about a raw kale dish; I was no stranger to the winter green staple, but thought of it as coming out of a sauté pan with garlic and butter […]
Master Gardener Jen Aron gets a head start by planting some lettuce seeds in a few seed trays for her winter garden.
Food.Farmer.Earth: The video theme this week is root vegetables with cookbook author Diane Morgan, farmer Tom DeNoble, the Weekly Roundup and more…
The possibilities are limitless. Kale, spinach or mustard greens would also be great.
Veteran cookbook author Diane Morgan demonstrates how to make two rutabaga-centric dishes. Who’s growing produce locally in the winter, we visit one farmer who does. In the winter, many vegetables taste sweeter, find out which ones, and why.
This week on Food.Farmer.Earth: Chef Michele Knaus makes a Red Flanel Hash. Clark Haass spreads the word about hash, and talks about its origins. The Weekly Roundup and coming next episodes.
A profile of a culinary teacher, cook, and food activist.
Introducing Katherine Deumling, a Portland, Oregon culinary teacher, cook, avid gardener, and food activist. Deumling studied food and culture in Italy and Mexico, and grew up in Germany. Combining her personal life experiences, and professional studies, Deumling offers classes to “bring better food and more fun into the kitchen”. Join us on May 1, 2012 […]
TwoJunes, Lisa Bell and Nicole Rees, share their delicious homemade dog food recipe. One quart lasts their dog Stella for two days.
January 13, 2010 National Geographic has just published a 320 page book with “8 Simple Steps to a Healthier You”, called true Food. There is a short excerpt to give you an example of what is inside: ” What’s in Season? A Guide to Local Eating in the Winter: •The Northeast: From root cellars and […]
In this Growing Fresh Food video, OSU Master Gardener Jen Aron talks about caring for potatoes.
For a hardy farm lunch, we like to make pizza out of what is coming out of the field. The farm pizza recipe changes depending upon the seasonal harvest.
Marisa McClellan, of Food In Jars, shows us how to can marinated red peppers. These red peppers are great in sandwiches, salads, or in an antipasto plate.