This week we learn about making shakes from the fruit of a school garden, and making beer in the barrels of Kentucky bourbon
Start with fresh watermelon, and add the fruits and herbs of your choice, for a refreshing beverage, straight from the garden.
Five garden fresh watermelons divided by 71 schoolchildren equals watermelon smoothie samples for the whole class.
These syrup recipes are a great way to use every last herb in your herb garden. In our show, thyme and mint season some fresh cantaloupe and raspberries.
Researcher Raj Patel contributed an essay to "Letters To A Young Farmer." This week, Megan Betz speaks with him about alternatives to private ownership of land.
Since you'll be freezing the watermelon, you won't need to add ice to this drink. The cucumber and lime add some additional refreshing flavor.
In the past, I’ve usually made a simple syrup to add to the watermelon puree but this year I found it to be completely unnecessary.
Farmworkers in South Texas marched 200 miles for better wages and working conditions, but the strike failed and workers today are still systematically underpay.
In the podcast, Vicki Pierce talks about the Community Kitchen of Monroe County's summer meal program for kids and how her organization defines 'healthy food.'
What do you think of when you hear the terms "farmers market" and "organic?" Home brewing with some passionate amateurs. And, Daniel Orr's watermelon puree.
Since we're doing a lot of food preserving right now, it's fitting that we learn more about Ball jars. And, fresh watermelon juice and a blackberry liqueur.
Put smiles on the faces of your brunch guests with this watermelon carved as a whale. But this dish isn't for kids. Fruit is covered with tequila lime syrup!
The juice from this gorgeous watermelon harvested fresh from the garden is accompanied by a few mint leaves -- and that's it.
'Tis the season to start planting your fall plants. Stephanie Solomon gives tips. Chef Daniel Orr prepares two dishes: apple butter and watermelon juice.
We see what one college student eats for lunch, we take a peak at a course about food and politics and we make two dishes any cash-strapped student would love.
I will welcome my kids home from school with a frosty glass of watermelon lemonade, a sweet and refreshing drink I can feel good about serving.
Christine Barbour acknowledges that eating slow food is more expensive than the fast, cheap, and easy alternative. But she says it's totally worth it.
We get advice from a pickling expert and try our hand preserving some hot peppers. And, fresh fruit with tequila lime syrup makes a delicious brunch treat.
Sometimes when I get home from the Saturday farmers market I just want to dive in and start cooking.
Kids love a good harvest and when combined with a party, I don't have to tell you what to expect: grab more invites - children are jogging down the driveway!