A recipe for using clearance bread to make a duck-egg bread pudding with crumble topping.
The budding Central Rivers Farmshed in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, serves as an inspiring model for local food community building and family farmer support. Their three key elements for success: collaboration, creativity and a cooperative mindset.
Who doesn’t love a warm scone to have with afternoon tea or coffee? Or break-fast? Here’s a great treat to try next time you are baking.
Jerusalem artichokes, also known as sunchokes, have long been considered a nuisance weed. But now, you can find them in high-end grocery stores. For ideas on how to prepare Jerusalem artichokes, read on.
Roundup is now found in much of the food we eat. The consequences include not only less nutrition in our food, but many illnesses that have become epidemics since the 1990's. In this three-part series, the author, a physician and homesteader, explains how Roundup works and what we can do to keep ourselves healthy.
Use duck eggs to make this easy, no-knead bread.
Changing the question from 'why is this so expensive?' to 'why is this so cheap?'
Transform a grilled cheese sandwich into an epic autumn feast of flavors by adding cranberries, winter squash, apples and some cran-pepper jam with a recipe from Great Expectations in Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin.
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