Who will be the next generation of family farmers? How will they access the needed land to farm? Listen in on this discussion between farmers and eaters.
What does sustainable food mean to you? Good, clean and fair? local? social justice? Care for the environment? Carlo Petrini offers some of his own thoughts in this video.
Damascus, Oregon ponders how to integrate existing urban agriculture into its future urban fabric. City Master Plan will address urban farms preservation.
As a young farmer experiences the springtime cash flow crisis, the USDA offers no direct financial help, a catch-22 situation impossible for new family farmers
Venezuela is one of the principal oil-exporting countries of the world. However, petroleum is not edible and, lamentably, Venezuela is not able to feed its population.
Dan Imhoff explains how a number of opposing interest groups may be coming together to push the Farm Bill toward rewarding better farming practices.
Creating a restaurant around locally produced food, good land stewardship, and preserving social tastes is Stu Stein’s vision for a sustainable restaurant.
Ingredients 3 —14.5 ounce cans of green beans ¼ cup chicken broth ½ cup finely chopped onion 1 tablespoon granulated garlic 2 Tablespoons of margarine 1 Tablespoon flour ½ teaspoon salt dash white pepper ½ cup cream 2 egg yolks, fork beaten ¼ cup finely snipped parsleyli> 4 teaspoons lemon juice Instructions Cook onion until […]
Ingredients 3 14.5 ounce cans of green beans 4-5 slices bacon 3 medium sized potatoes, pared, cut into ½” pieces 1/3 cup bean liquid (add water, if necessary) dash salt one-quarter large onion, sliced Instructions Drain beans, reserve liquid, fry bacon until crisp. Add potatoes, green beans, and remaining ingredients to bacon and fat. Cook […]
Michael Claypool and Sasha Davies travel across the country sampling artisan cheese one destination at a time.