Today, it’ll be raspberries and cantaloupe. While fruit is the centerpiece of our dishes, Chef Daniel Orr is actually showing us how to make herb-flavored simple syrups to drizzle on top.
“When you think of herbs, you think of savory things, but they’re great to make syrups with,” says Chef Daniel Orr.
From Harvest Public Media, farmers who want to work with big meat companies invest a lot of money in their operations with no guarantee of it paying off.
Small food businesses that don’t want to invest bucketloads of money upfront can rent professional kitchen space, and we visit one such facility in Bloomington.
Then, making ends meat on the farm means adopting new technologies, but not all growers are able to keep up.
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Farmers sign multi-million dollar deals to do business with big corporations. It requires a major investment from farmers, who hope the investment will pay off.
As each new innovation came to market, farmers who could afford it jumped on board. Those who could not were unable to keep up. And it's still true in Colorado.
Several efforts are underway to turn food byproducts into food containers to curb plastic pollution and food waste at the same time.
Amid labor shortages and rising global demand for food, companies are developing better and smarter robots to fill gaps and boost production in the field.
What started as a way to centralize the production of pizza dough is now also an incubator for small food businesses. We go inside One World's kitchen share.
We’re making some herb-infused simple syrups to drizzle over fresh fruit we picked up at the market.