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‘Cook’ Your Garden

This week Annie Corrigan from Earth Eats will co-host as we talk with food lovers and gardeners to discuss different ways to “cook" your garden harvest.

Fruits and vegetables on a table

Photo: Charles Roffey

Share your favorite recipes and ideas to use all of the produce from the summer harvest.

Eating from your garden is a great reward for all of the hard work put into planting and caring for your crops.  But at the end of the summer season you may find yourself with an excess of fruits and vegetables in the kitchen. Join us this Friday to discuss ideas for using all your garden harvest and learn how to best plan for the fall growing season.  We will also be sharing recipes.  You can also share your favorite recipes with us.

This week on Noon Edition, Annie Corrigan from Earth Eats will co-host as we talk with food lovers and gardeners.

 

You can join us for a live chat at WFIU.ORG/NoonEdition, follow us on Twitter at Noon Edition or call into the program at 812-855-0811.

Noon Edition airs Friday at 12 p.m.

Guests

Stephanie Solomon, Director of Education and Outreach, Mother Hubbard’s Cupboard

Marcia Veldman, Coordinator, Bloomington Farmer’s Market

Lorrie Heber, Board Member, Terre Foods Cooperative Market

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