The Mystical Deliciousness of Mushrooms—with a Recipe

The Mystical Deliciousness of Mushrooms—with a Recipe

Although the time of irresistible spring morels has passed, there is a whole world of mushrooms coming along in the next few months—think summer chanterelles, boletes, and coral. Come September and October, fall fungi will mushroom (no apologies for the bad pun) into...
Worried about Enough Fresh Food? Grow Your Own!

Worried about Enough Fresh Food? Grow Your Own!

In the past decade, it seemed that many Americans were enjoying a love affair with farms and the idyllic image of small farms—think farmers markets, farm-to-table restaurants, CSA farms, school garden programs, and farm-stay vacations. Bounty From the Box: The CSA...
What the Pandemic Means for Farmers and CSAs

What the Pandemic Means for Farmers and CSAs

This is the second of a special three-part series by Martha Wagner and Mi Ae Lipe about how COVID-19 is transforming local food systems—farmers markets, local farms, and community and backyard gardens. ____________________ As we all know, no part of our lives has been...
Quarantine Cuisine

Quarantine Cuisine

In these challenging times, our resident writer Deborah DeBord reminds us that meals at home don’t have to be boring. With simple ingredients that you might already have in your refrigerator or pantry, food that’s not only nourishing but downright...
Staying Calm & Eating Well in Times of Coronavirus

Staying Calm & Eating Well in Times of Coronavirus

These are surreal times, to say the least. On a recent trip to Portland, Oregon, my family and I went from dining out in restaurants on Saturday to relying on Caviar deliveries to our hotel room on Monday. No doubt your food options may be changing very quickly too as...
A Winter Farm Interlude—with Spinach

A Winter Farm Interlude—with Spinach

Happy Spring, and welcome to the start of our blog for 2020! Like many farmers across the country, we’re excited to begin the new season. And with it comes new posts, recipes, and ideas for enjoying the best of what’s to come, or even what’s here...
Preparation: Roasting Garlic

Preparation: Roasting Garlic

Garlic responds wonderfully to slow-roasting in the oven, losing its ornery pungency to become a sweet and mellow creature. Here is an easy recipe from Deborah DeBord.  —Mi Ae _______________________________ Roasted Garlic When too many heads roll. Cut ½ inch off the...
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