Tag: education

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Oatmeal-Cinnamon Cereal-Breaded Pork Chops

The name of this dish is, admittedly, a mouthful. The pork chop is a mouthful too – of crispy, juicy, cinnamon goodness.

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CSA Share #12 – So, You Want To Join a CSA?

L to R: Red bell peppers, tomatoes, salad mix, radishes, chile peppers, kale, cucumbers, carrots, green beans, cherry tomatoes, watermelon. Our CSA has begun its fall membership sign-up. Renewing members get a “loyalty” discount until the end of the month, and I will be taking advantage of that. It will help our CSA farmer begin ...

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The Incredible Edible Kick In The Ass

First things first: Woo Hoo! Tonight the Bruins begin the final stage of their quest for the Stanley Cup, against the Chicago Blackhawks. 12 wins so far, 12 bottles. Hey, It’s June 12th-kismet! So, as you may know, I’m taking cooking courses online through America’s Test Kitchen. I’ve been at it for over a year ...

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Quests

As life has gotten bigger and wilder in the last few weeks, my mind has become full of untamed beasts, all clamoring for my undivided attention. I have spent the last few days trying to wrestle each of these beasts into cages, to no avail. They will be wild. So, rather than a trip to ...

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Two Options- #perennialplate

The Perennial Plate | Adventures in Sustainable Eating has a new video up titled “Two Options”. It’s about farmers in India, their age-old practice of saving seeds, and two women reviving the practice, in response to the desperate choices farmers must make when they begin doing business with Monsanto. I’ll let the video speak for ...

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Must-Read Article in the NYT Magazine

The Extraordinary Science of Junk Food, an excerpt from an upcoming book by Michael Moss, is a disturbing peek into the world of processed food engineering, and the lengths the food industry has gone to in order to keep people buying and eating foods they know they really shouldn’t be eating. I first heard a ...

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Chef Marcus Samuelsson talks about How Kids View “Healthy” Foods

Here’s a link to a great read from Chef Marcus Samuelsson: Notes From LinkedIN: X-Ray Vision Carrots & Changing the Way Our Children Eat « Chef Marcus Samuelsson. He discusses the idea that the way we talk about food with our children can influence whether or not they will be interested in eating it. In ...