Earth Eats is celebrating strawberry season today with a fresh take on strawberry shortcake and a recipe for a better-than-a-cobbler summer berry grunt.
First Lady Michelle Obama and the USDA unveil a new nutrition icon that aims to emphasize the importance of portion size when determining what to eat.
My grandmother used all-natural methods to help her skin stay healthy. I have come up with some of my own concoctions for you to experiment with!
We've got rhubarb on the brain today on Earth Eats with homemade rhubarb compote and local goat cheese and a strawberry rhubarb tart
Now that the genetic make up of strawberries is decoded, will scientists breed more desirable fruit or GM berries?
There's no need to leave your house to satisfy your fondue craving this Valentine's Day. Serve this rich chocolate ganache with your favorite fruit.
Environmentalists and farm workers are asking California's governor-elect to ban the use of cancer-causing pesticide, methyl iodide, on strawberry fields.
Drying apricots is super easy and helps fit a lot of fruit into a small space. Dried apricots make a great snack and can even reconstituted to use in a cobbler.
A few weeks ago, we pickled vegetables to preserve the flavors of summer. Today, it’s fruit’s turn!
Kombucha is a fermented drink that can be made on a countertop. It has to be divided and shared regularly, making it a fun fermented food to make and share.
This weeks Green Links is going to keep you healthy this winter. We've got "Flu-fighting" foods, foods that lead to depression, and a dessert with 1/2 the fat!
Grandpa Orr would rather chew on the end of his leftover cigar than eat cake, but he did love a simple piece of pie - that's what we made him for his birthday.
In Indiana, it just wouldn't be Fall without a pan of homemade persimmon pudding. Chef Orr shares his recipe on this episode of Earth Eats.
After a hard day, a cool libation is the perfect reward for the day’s toil. Try these two refreshing beverages at your next summer party.
A baked dessert is a wonderful way to show off the season’s bounty of fruit. A juicy cobbler, slump, or grunt is the perfect foil for fresh berries and peaches.
Homemade suet cakes or puddings filled with seed are a terrific food for attracting a wide variety of our feathered friends.