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Keep Growing Slow Food, Even When Tomatoes Have Gone
Nov. 21, 2014
Do you ever wondered why winter vegetables are mostly green? Learn about growing and consuming winter greens from David Kennedy’s insights on these plants’ special “antifreeze” tactics and nutritional value.
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Flap Meat Tacos
Nov. 19, 2014
In this third installment of our Nose-to-Tailgate recipe series a slow marinade and proper slicing bring out the full flavor of this economical cut of beef.
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A Reason to Kiss the Sea: Montauk Pearl Oysters
Meet Mike Martinsen and Mike Doall, a commercial fisherman and marine biologist who’ve teamed up to give back to their community and pay respect to the Earth…
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La Minga
The ideas of cooperation and working together are central to many movements in Latin America. Nestor Escobar has brought those ideas to Louisville, KY where he…
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A Year in Grandpa’s Garden, from Tales of Thatcher Gray
Upon the birth of my son, Thatcher Gray, I became acutely aware of the emerging evidence that our industrialized food machine is taking a tremendous toll on…
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