How have backyard chicken farmers reacted to the avian flu outbreak? Tacos with walnuts and fish. And, students run the grocery store in a tiny Nebraska town.
Small producers still feel the effects of #BoycottIndiana. Farmers could be forced to improve worker housing. And, pickles for tacos with No Coast Reserve.
Don't worry, these pickles won't be overwhelmingly hot (as long as you remove the seeds and pith from the serranos).
We look at the business relationships behind a local burger. No meat on our eggplant and cabbage tacos. And, is wet weather new normal for Midwestern summers?
Let this cabbage slaw sit for a couple days or serve it right away. Either way, it makes a fantastic topper on tacos.
Instead of throwing tofu, seitan or another meat-substitute on the grill this Fourth of July, use whole foods like eggplant to take the place of meat.
So long, drought! We're celebrating wet fall weather with stories about hydroponics and rain barrels. In the kitchen, Chef Daniel Orr cooks tilapia and squash.
In anticipation of Easter next week, we're doing eggs three ways in the podcast. And a local Community Kitchen eagerly awaits spring.
Did you have a bad experience eating livers as a kid? This dish might change your mind. We're cooking local lambs' livers very simply.
Capers, scallions and lime slices give these tilapia tacos a unique flavor.
These pizza-like roll ups are so simple and can be made with virtually any filling you like. They are a perfect appetizer for any get-together.
Federal regulations coming next year will require many restaurant chains to list the number of calories in the food they serve.
In anticipation of Cinco de Mayo, we prepare tacos three ways. But first, we go back to the garden with Joseph Swain to cultivate some raised beds.
Our listeners requested an episode of raw recipes. So, we deliver three raw snacks using cabbage, walnuts, and cauliflower!