Tag: Deborah DeBord

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.

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 now. To start us off gently, here are Deborah […]

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 top of a rinsed head of garlic. (You can use 1 head or […]

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 […]

Spring CSA: One Woman, One Story

Welcome to Spring! After a long, hard winter, it’s truly a relief to feel warmth seeping into earth’s bones and emerging as life irrepressible once again. With spring’s resurrection of a lush growing season ahead for most of the country, I’m happy to announce renewed vigor in our blog this year with fantastic new writers, […]

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