Archive | February, 2013

Perfect Homemade Whole Wheat Crackers

For years, I have been kind of obsessed with making crackers at home. I’m a cracker junkie, but don’t want them loaded with preservatives or corn syrup. Plus, when you buy them at the store, you get all that wasted packaging that must go into a landfill somewhere. I have finally settled on a recipe […]

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Great Hikes: Yahoo Falls

I took the kids on our first hike of the new year. We went to Yahoo Falls in Stearns, Kentucky. This is a perfect hike for kids because if you go the short way, you can be at the falls in a quarter of a mile. Great for little legs, although there are some spots […]

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Awesome March Events

This winter has been shockingly mild, which could be considered both good and bad, depending on your personally-held views on climate change. Either way, I still have a pretty bad case of spring fever. I’m ready to get into the soil and the garden and back onto my beloved Kentucky farms for a new season […]

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The Sustainable Kentucky Map

We get lots of emails here at Sustainable Kentucky, but one of the most common is, “Where’s the map?” We’ve long thought about putting one together, but after being inspired by Rona Robert’s informative local foods map at Savoring Kentucky, we decided to go ahead and take a stab at it. Instead of listing all the […]

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On Cheaper Chicken

Sarah Fritschner wrote a must-read piece this week titled “How Cheap Is That Chicken?” (If you aren’t familiar with the work of the brilliant Ms. Fritschner, you definitely should be. She is a leader in Kentucky’s local food movement, fighting the good fight every single day to change our cultural dining economy.) In her post on cheap […]

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