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Reflections, insights and news about the food movement and “going Slow”

What Kalo Taught Me

Jan. 2, 2015

Learning is a never ending process. Being receptive and curious towards what’s most near to us is the way to never stop being a student. Read how old style pedagogy stretches beyond books and classrooms, to encompass kitchens and taste buds. Jen Urban, a FoodCorps member, tells us about fun and creative school garden lesson on (and from) the most important tuber in Hawaiian history.

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All Beef Chili Recipe

Dec. 31, 2014

This week’s Nose-to-Tailgate recipe takes it back to basics with this deceptively easy, incredibly delicious chili. Perfect for New Year’s Day or game day!

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Quinoa Salad with Newtown Pippin Apples, Fennel & Slivered Almonds

Dec. 29, 2014

Today Olivia Roszkowski of Natural Gourmet Institute shares with us a delicious salad recipe.. giving us the opportunity to explore the stories behind some of its amazing ingredients. Learn, taste and enjoy!

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Chicken Liver Mousse

Dec. 17, 2014

This week’s Nose-to-Tailgate recipe is a delicious, luxuriant dish to class-up any menu, whether you served as part of a holiday spread or shared from your seat in the bleachers.

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The Origins of Chocolate

Dec. 12, 2014

Let’s dig beyond the sweetness of bars and candies and focus on chocolate itself. Do you know its history and where it originates? Join us in navigating the world of chocolate!

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