I may not be ready for cooler weather, but I am sure ready for fall food!
Yes, I realize we're still in the middle of growing season, but you want to be prepared for the day when it's time to harvest!
We visit a local organic seed company and an urban farmer talks about raised beds. While you wait for your plants to grow, enjoy the recipe using red buds.
If you get into the habit of saving the bones from your steaks, you'll have the 3-4 pounds of bones you'd needed to make stock in no time.
This recipe provides a great excuse to buy an entire chicken from your local farmer. The broth will be better than what you can make from store-bought birds.
This recipe is low in fat and high in taste. Mustard seed adds a nice zing.
Looking for some new dishes to spice up your holiday meal? Try this collard greens dish from Brazil and a clever way to present steamed catfish.
Enjoying the bounty of root vegetables? Try combining them with breakfast gravy and pour it over some biscuits to have a hearty start to the day.
We’re celebrating veggies of all kinds. The cucumber soup is tasty in a bowl or spooned over some fish, and the salad uses carrots, radishes, and seaweed.
This week, engineered salmon is scrutinized by everyone except the FDA, carrot snack machines are a hit and the Iowa egg farmer's apologies fall to deaf ears.
Skeptics are eating their words. Junk food is out of school vending machines and carrots are in.
Today we have two soups that can be served either hot or cold. They also work great as pasta sauces, and as an added bonus they’re both vegan-friendly.
This summer salad with citrus, dates and (edible) nasturtium flowers is delicious and beautiful too!
Earth Eats contributor Alex Lopez went on an adventure this week in search of turnips to make a spiced, braised, tagine style, root vegetable dish.