Archive | April, 2012

Interview: SKY Farmers Market, Bowling Green

I am very excited to share with you a series I have been working on for a while now of profiles of farmers markets throughout Kentucky. Many of you have written in because you are interested in starting a farmers market or wonder what can be done to improve the one in your area now. […]

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Herbs and the Anatomy of a Salad

The most common questions I get are usually related to the use of fresh herbs. Lots of people have never cooked with them, or even seen them, outside of an occasionally limp piece of parsley on the plate next to their meal at a steak house. Thankfully, people are becoming more and more aware of […]

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Spring Pasta with Chive Blossoms

I love pasta for so many reasons. I especially love how adaptable it is. It also makes meatless meals easier. I try to make at least half of our meals vegetarian, for both health and budget reasons. (I am not anti-meat, especially when it is raised in a responsible way!) This is a great adaptable […]

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Oven Roasted Asparagus

This is my favorite way to eat asparagus. It is probably related to the fact that it is so easy. I’m all about easy! Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Trim the ends of the asparagus. (The best way to do this is just to bend them and let them break where it happens naturally. It […]

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Why SUSTAINABLE Isn’t A Liberal Word

The last few weeks, I have been on the receiving end of something pretty cool: HATE MAIL.  Isn’t that awesome? The thing is, I’ve devoted a huge amount of time and energy to building up this little website that some people like to read. I don’t earn money from it (actually, that isn’t true—I earned […]

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