Tag: cooking

In Memoriam: Katherine Deumling and Deborah DeBord

In this post, we honor two remarkable women who shaped the world of food around them: Portland-based cooking teacher and Slow Food USA leader Katherine Deumling, and Deborah DeBord, a visually impaired home cook and CSA advocate who wrote for this blog in 2019–2020.

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 delicious and creative can be concocted with a few simple tricks and techniques. As we […]

Staying Calm and 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 restaurants close their doors to […]

Make the Most of Your CSA Share

Recently join a CSA? Here are seven tips and tricks to make the most of your CSA share before the harvest, at the CSA farm or farms market, and in the kitchen.

Barn Bits:  Picked at the Peak

­CSA members might find something puzzling at their harvest pick-ups these days. It very well could be an unfamiliar type of produce…that Sputnik-looking kohlrabi thing? A handful of something called tatsoi? An enormous, all-at-once amount of basil? Rather than passing up a puzzle, members are encouraged to try it all. Here at the farm where […]

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