Today’s episode dives into the Earth Eats archive for some favorite stories, conversations and recipess.
I think what’s happened with baby food in the last ten years is so interesting and kind of completes the story in a very interesting way.
We revisit a conversation between Annie Corrigan and author Amy Bentley about her book on the invention and evolution of baby food in America.
We’ve got a new story from Harvest Public Media on the lack of regulation for city water supplies in farm country.
And, if you celebrate Thanksgiving by feasting with family and friends, you might find yourself with leftovers. We’ve got plans for those.
Plus, Indiana rancher Dave Fischer talks about how he’s cultivated relationships with local restaurants.
We’ve got plenty more ideas for Thanksgiving leftovers from the Earth Eats archive.
Stories On This Episode
"The cities are not in the driver’s seat here, they’re being driven," says Mark Ryan, an attorney with EPA.
Farmer Dave Fischer and Gregg Rago of Nick's English Hut joined forces almost a decade ago to get locally-raised meats onto customers' plates.
Yukon Gold potatoes have become a darling of chefs and home cooks alike. Here are three dishes using boiled potatoes, all prepared at the same time.
Quinoa is a complete protein that is high in iron and dietary fiber. Throw some leftover turkey into a pot for a tasty and nutrient-rich soup.
The slice of taleggio cheese on top of this finished dish is what puts it over the top.
We’re going to do something very Hoosier with turnips today, pairing them with some local maple syrup from Burton’s Maplewood Farm.