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More Recent Podcasts

September 4, 2014

 

pantry

Community Kitchen Challenge, Roast Tomatoes, Art+Farm

Working with whatever is in stock at a community kitchen. Cooking with butternut squash with Chef Daniel Orr. My Farm Roots with military veteran Dan Hromas.

August 30, 2014

 

coffee beans growing on the plant

Know Your Coffee, Frog Legs, Price Of Tomatoes, Jeff Mease

Jeff Mease hopes to sell his Asian water buffalo to Midwestern farms. The hidden cost of tomatoes. Catherine Tucker describes the virtues of shade-grown coffee.

August 30, 2014

 

jeff mease walking with shadow the asian water buffalo

Meet Shadow, The Asian Water Buffalo From Indiana

Businessman Jeff Mease envisioned adding Asian water buffalo to his southern Indiana farm so he could milk them for cheese. But, that's not possible. Now what?

August 23, 2014

 

Catawba grapes

Indiana Wineries, Potato Leek Soup, Ball Jars, Drones

It's collaboration not competition for Indiana wineries. Potato leek soup with Chef Daniel Orr. The back story of the Ball Jar. Drones skirt 'ag-gag' laws.

August 16, 2014

 

making saag

Greens Become Saag, Tenderloin Sandwich, Drought Report

Megan Betz says working with community orchards is about people. A recipe for Indian saag. The best breaded pork tenderloin sandwich. Drought report from Colo.

August 9, 2014

 

food truck and customers

Food Truck Rules, Fruity Meringue, Meet A Farmer

We talk to a Bloomington city official about proposed changes to food truck regulations. Emily Robbins tells stories from her farm life. Meringue for dessert.

August 2, 2014

 

tree in community orchard

Urban Food Forestry, Pickled Eggs, Dumpster Diving

Megan Betz on why we see so few community orchards in the U.S. Harvest Public Media looks at Right To Farm legislation. Then, pickled eggs and dumpster diving.

July 26, 2014

 

baby turnip on the farm

Brain Food, Palmer Amaranth, Turnips And Kale

Dr. Drew Ramsey connects brain health with certain types of foods. Chef Daniel Orr cooks some baby turnips with pears. And, meet the superweed Palmer Amaranth.

July 19, 2014

 

farm tour

Time To Preserve, Swiss Chard, Agritourism For Chefs

Tips for preserving the abundant harvest of zucchini. How to start a home food business. The logistics of tourism on the farm. Swiss chard with Daniel Orr.

July 12, 2014

 

kohlrabi

Maureen Ogle, Feed The Future, Kohlrabi With Papaya

How did we get here? Maureen Ogle gives us a history of U.S. meat production. Papaya plus kohlrabi in a salad. Universities work to alleviate world hunger.

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