Tag: vegetables

11 Tips to Improve Your Food Shopping Budget

With skyrocketing inflation, here are 11 tips, plus other resources, to help you cut your grocery bill and improve your food shopping budget.

Growing Nourishment in Lovely Ways

This has been a year of travel for me. Some of it has been to places exotic and exciting like New York, Paris, London, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego, but also to others not so well-known but still wonderful and beautiful—like the American Midwest and the delightful college town of Eugene, Oregon. Everywhere […]

A Remembrance

At the end of this past March, my father, Dewey Lipe, transitioned in his sleep after a tremendous 14-year journey with Lewy Body dementia and Parkinson’s. Normally, my blog posts here are about food, cooking, and local agriculture, but I wanted to take this moment to remember my dad, who profoundly shaped my thinking about […]

Chefs Cooking with Less Meat & Rethinking Protein Sources

“Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.” So wrote Michael Pollan, well-known critic of US food policies in his book, In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto. His 2008 advice to “eat food” contrasted real food—vegetables, fruits, whole grains, fish, and meat too—with what he called “edible food-like substances.” Eight years later, who can say […]

Getting to Know Your Food as a Gardener and Forager

Depending on where you live, winter snows may still be piled high, or perhaps it is unseasonably warm outside. Regardless, spring feels like it could be just around the corner, psychologically at least. And perhaps you’ve been plying seed catalogs and ordering packets and transplants. If you’re a farmer, that means one thing—a season of […]

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