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Crafting menus at the Community Kitchen

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Heather Craig sees the community kitchen as a bridge rather than a net.

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A gardener, a baker and a brewer walk into a bar…

Anthony Gosset and Megan Gosset standing in front of a door to an old bank vault. There are plants and other decor around them including a red metal fireplace.

Hear the story of gardener-turned-bread-baker, Candace Minster who sells her bread to a kombucha bar in Twelve Points.

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Keitlyn Alcantara on Indigenous foodways of the past and the present

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Anthropological bio-archeologist Keitlyn Alcantara studies pre colonial burial sites to understand indigenous foodways.

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Goods for Cooks is a “mom and pop” kitchen supply shop run by a brother and sister

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Siblings Sam Eibling and George Huntington keep up with the latest trends, while maintaining that old-school personal touch in their independent store–filled with cooking equipment, tableware and specialty food items.

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Earth Eats Presents: The Hoosier Young Farmers Podcast, Part II

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What is the role of community in the life of a farm? How do farmers strike a work/life balance? Explore these questions and more on this special episode.

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An Indiana bakery with a history, looks to the future

Brittany Kiel, with brightly colored hair, standing at a long counter, with pink and yellow walls, a brightly patterned curtain in the background.

When Brittany Kiel took over the family bakery, she wanted to make changes to reflect her own passions. Honoring tradition is also important to her, so she’s striking a delicate balance.

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Native Americans across Midwest embrace traditional foods rejected by centuries of colonization

Jojo Blackwood standing at a table with many potted plants, and greenery in the foreground

Native American tribes and communities are creating formal programs that focus on their traditional foods to not only combat systemic food insecurity, but also connect people to their culture.

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Wheat prices are really high. But drought could wither U.S. farmers' chances of making a profit

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Russia’s invasion of Ukraine created high prices for wheat. But between drought and costly inputs, wheat farmers might not benefit from the booming market.

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Research team develops application to help oyster farmers plan harvests

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In North Carolina, storms can shut down oyster harvests for weeks. Josephine McRobbie speaks with a team of researchers at North Carolina State University who have developed a web tool that might help shellfish farmers better plan their rainy seasons.

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Recipes

Kayte's Panzanella

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This version of tomato bread salad includes fresh mozarella.

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Try this vegetarian farro and mushroom bake for dinner tonight

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Watch a how-to video from Kayte Young for this one-pan savory dish using whole grains.

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Fritters with Black Locust Flowers

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If you catch the flowers growing wild--in that window in early spring--you can fry up a batch of these tasty treats.

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