Tag Archives: in the kitchen

Kentucky Forager: Smooth Sumac

Our latest post from the Kentucky Forager! Smooth sumac (Rhus glabra) is one of the most common roadside trees in Kentucky. Considered a nuisance by most, this incredibly prolific plant is easy to spot and can be found nearly everywhere. Sumac tends to get a bad rap for a number of reasons, but you might […]

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The Skinny on Fermentation: Chutney

{Another post from our resident fermentation guru, Jesse Frost of Rough Draft Farmstead. If you haven’t yet, you really need to pick up a copy of Jesse’s new book, Bringing Wine Home. It’s a fast and strangely riveting read considering my interest/knowledge level about fine sustainable wines was pretty much nonexistent going into it. Can’t wait […]

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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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Just Say Yes to Goat’s Milk!

{A few months back, Carolyn Gahn of Sweetgrass Granola educated us on why we need a home dairy. Today, her awesome husband Jacob shares with us how they use their raw goat’s milk in their own home. I’ll give you a little hint: for everything!}   Raw Milk: It’s what’s for breakfast, lunch, antipasto, dinner, dessert, […]

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January Real Food Challenge: The Rules

{Our awesome columnist Rachael Brugger is embarking on a cool eating challenge for the month of January. We’ll be updating weekly or so on her adventures here on the blog, so check back often. You might consider joining her and adjusting some of your eating habits, too!} “Quinoa is something Rachael would eat.” This statement […]

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