“As the new year begins, I always find myself pleasantly surprised. The things I had strategized may go to plan, but there are new mistakes and new lessons: new opportunities for knowledge and growth.”
This lovely Farmer Voices shows us what it looks—and feels—like to raise animals with such care and reverence that the farmer can say goodbye knowing the animal will have only one bad day in its life.
From communion to family meals, bread has always brought people together. Today, more and more bakers are returning to traditionally fermented sourdough breads, and we are thrilled.
Sourdough starters require a bit of attention and care, but it’s worth every moment to enjoy fresh, tangy sourdough bread from your own oven.
At some point this summer while I had my head down focused on growing, building and learning as much as I possibly could, I looked up and realized I was becoming a resource and a mentor in my field.
Traditional dishes are more than food. They represent a bond we as descendants of immigrants hold to: a bond of community.
Dig out the Dutch oven. Long, cold, winter afternoons are the perfect time to warm up the kitchen with a simple and comforting braise.
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