Monthly Archives: March 2011

By Sarah Fritschner Kentucky author Wendell Berry writes about a time in rural Kentucky when part of the farm economy depended on animals close to the house — a milk cow and a flock of chickens. Families — women — … Continue reading

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Listen to this podcast on Edible Radio. Edible Radio host and publisher of Edible Santa Fe, Kate Manchester, talks to Virginia Willis. Virginia is the author of the acclaimed cookbook, Bon Appétit, Y’all! Recipes and Stories from Three Generations of … Continue reading

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Blue Plate Special hosts Kurt and Christine Friese talk to Deborah Krasner, winner of just about every award there is for culinary writing including a James Beard Award, an IACP award and a Gorrmand World Cookbook Award. Krasner discusses her … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Brian Halweil and Edible Manhattan for the James Beard Award nomination in “Profile” category for the article “Joan Gussow, Teacher of Teachers.” Also nominated in the “Profile” category: Barry Estabrook’s “The Catch” for the New York Times magazine, … Continue reading

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By Gabrielle Langholtz | Photographs by Gianluca Gentilini On meat as fashion, how pastured poultry is like light cigarettes, and why policy can’t accomplish what meatless lunches can. Writer Jonathan Safran Foer is best known for creative writing—his novels Everything … Continue reading

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By Steve Holt Fact: We all crave fast food. It’s as human as hangnails, bad hair days and squabbles with the mother-in-law. Even the most set-in-her-ways, bleeding-heart locavore must admit that on occasion all she wants is to order her … Continue reading

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Listen to this podcast on Edible Radio. Blue Plate Special hosts Kurt and Christine Friese talk to Dave Joachim, author of 19 cookbooks, including A Man, a Can, a Plan, Mastering the Grill and the new edition of The Food … Continue reading

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If you are like most backyard gardeners, right about now your mailbox is filling up with seed packets that you ordered from your favorite garden catalogs this past winter. Probably more seeds than you’ll ever be able to plant this … Continue reading

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