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From the time I could walk and have my toes in the dirt, I knew food came from a real place and required effort to obtain.
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Veteran beer-making instructor Jeremy Frey from F. H. Steinbart Company, shows us the art of making home brew beer.
Chef Lisa Schroeder of Mother’s Bistro believes in the importance of eating home cooked meals, better than any restaurant for regular meals.
Mo Rocca turns to the grandparents of America to learn how to become a home cook.
This story is about a farmer that provides food from his fields to school lunchroom cafeterias in order to bring fresh, and wholesome foods to growing kids.
December 03, 2010 Also known as the Child Nutrition Act, the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act (S3307) was passed in the House of Representatives yesterday. The good folks at Farm to School share this: “The House of Representatives today [12/02/2010] approved the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act (S. 3307), paving the way for President Obama to sign […]
Being a mom is really connected to feeding your kids”, says Sarah Gilbert, a stay-at-home working mom, referring to the importance of food in raising children.
“Home Dairy” shares the history of home dairy making with a solid overview of tools and equipment essential to the tasks.
There is a food camp for youth ages 9-14 that’s hosted by two university county cooperative extension agents in New Mexico.
For our family, teaching kids the value of food begins at a very age: 2
How kids can learn by cooking and by farming, and having fun along the way.
Having done so well with my butter making you can only guess what was next. I decided to tackle making cheese at home.
Tim Healea of little t american baker shares some important tips for making better artisan breads at home.
Mia Bartlett and Chef Lisa Schroeder are teaching kids by offering them hands-on culinary and farming experience.
TwoJunes feel fortunate to live in Oregon where summer fruit rules! Well, it was a little rainy this July weekend here in Portland, but that couldn’t stop TwoJunes from making ice cream. It’s one of those things where once the idea has entered your consciousness, the craving just wonít go away. Lisa has had a […]
Chef Kathryn Yeomans of The Farmer’s Feast demonstrates how to can home-made bread and butter pickles.
With some construction skills and imagination, a small loft is made into a comfortable home with an attached supper club and performance space.
Catherine Schon, of Sassafras Catering, a recent Portland, Oregon Pie-off winner, offers her home made pie crust recipe.