Savory bonbons and cauliflower popcorn are great party snacks. Curtailing antibiotic use in livestock. And, a life of food and music for Freda Love Smith.
Oak-rod baskets were made by farmers years ago. Now the practice is all but gone. Make challah with Muddy Fork. What Idaho's over-turned ag-gag law means.
What do you do with the little shards of almonds that are leftover from making almond milk? You make banana bread, of course!
Whether it's used as a sauté base, a dressing or a garnish, recognizing flavor variations amongst olive oils can really enhance your cooking.
This recipe features some fresh tomatoes and cucumbers along with an ingredient that is past its prime -- stale bread.
Quick! Pick up some ramps from a local forager and pickle them. Mike Siberz has become one with the bread at Feast. And, Mark Winne talks food policy councils.
Parents often struggle to get kids to be adventurous eaters. Our experts have some ideas. Bread baking at Muddy Fork, and Brussels sprouts paired with polenta.
Our experts give you advice for baking delicious loaves of bread, gluten-free and gluten-full. Maple syrup with turnips. And, are invasive weeds on the rise?
Keith Romaine wants to turn his neighbors into bread bakers. He has plans to build a community wood-fired oven in his backyard.
A new wheat variety may have cracked the code to marry the fluffiness of white bread with whole grain nutrition.
We continue our conversation from last week about compost. It's one of the few sources warm spots at Bread & Roses. And a recipe for green juice, cheers!
We had a blast this year speaking with researchers, visiting farms and eating great food. In this week's podcast, we take a look back at highlights from 2013.
Guess what? Taiwan excels at the fine art of baking too.
Muddy Fork Farm & Bakery discovered that buying ingredients from local sources wasn’t just good for the local economy, it was good for their products.
Breathe new life into your leftovers with this flexible and flavorful chawt recipe.
Nine out of ten Americans eat too much salt, and the bad news is in what foods that salt can be found.
If you prepare this recipe the night before, you can wake up to a hassle-free and tasty French Toast Bake breakfast.
I wanted to do a pumpkin bread, but I didn't want to stick with tradition, so I decided to combine pumpkin and zucchini for this one.
Yes, baking bread can become enjoyable and therapeutic. It's really true what you hear: There is nothing like homemade baked bread!
Over the next month leading up to Thanksgiving, Earth Eats (and I) will be bringing you six pumpkin-focused recipes that have nothing to do with pie.