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The Bakers Dozen Cookbook is now an affordable e-b...

Blog: Home Farm Herbery   -   Saturday April 13, 2013   -   By Arlene

The Bakers Dozen By Arlene Wright-Correll e-book $9.95 This is a 13 chapter book on how to be a really great baker. A complete "How to Bake" book baking, recipes, how to bake, bread, bagels,...

Celebrity Cook-Off 2011

Blog: Rainbow Ranch Farms   -   Saturday January 15, 2011   -   By Poly

Celebrity cook-off 2011 - All the produce, meats, dairy, fish etc.. will be locally grown and of heritage varieties. Grown without the use of pesticides or herbicides. The meats will be 100% pure, grown without the use of corn, soy or wheat and G.M.O. FREE! ...

September 25, 2010 Market Calendar

Blog: Williamsburg Farmers Market   -   Wednesday September 22, 2010   -   By WFM

Saturday, September 25 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. Fresh local pumpkins, cut and dried flowers, apples, bison and an abundance of fall harvest products will be available at the Williamsburg Farmers Market this Saturday.   ...

Cooking grass fed beef

Blog: Harvest Hill Farms   -   Wednesday March 10, 2010   -   By Justin & Sara

Hi all fellow foodies!!  Since all beef is NOT created equal, I'm going to give some tips on cooking 100% grass fed beef (this only applies to 100% grass fed beef). Not the organic stuff they call grass fed that is sent to a feedlot and stuffed with...

Huevos Rancheros

Blog: Cookus Interruptus   -   Sunday September 06, 2009   -   By Cynthia

The farmer's markets are rich with peppers, tomatoes, corn and farm fresh eggs.  Put it altogether and make brunch for a friend or two.  Huevos Rancheros.  I want some now.  

How to use Duck Eggs ~ Important Facts to help you...

Blog: MamaDuck's Duck Eggs   -   Friday August 21, 2009   -   By Sara

Duck eggs will last up to 3 weeks in the refrigerator.  But, there are some important facts that people don't commonly know about the quality of duck eggs.  The fresher the duck eggs the better are the results, the duck eggs are rich, delectable and...

Edamame Tofu Salad with Sesame Chile Dressing

Blog: Cookus Interruptus   -   Friday August 14, 2009   -   By Cynthia

Dazzle your family and friends with this deceptively simple platter of beautiful food.  It’s a well-balanced and beautiful meal.  Did you hear the report dissing organic?  Read Sandi’s rebuttal.   And don’t forget to enter our 2nd Annual...

Top Ten First Foods for Baby

Blog: Cookus Interruptus   -   Thursday May 14, 2009   -   By Cynthia

Feed baby the best.  Find out how to simply take part of the delicious whole foods the family is eating and make fresh food for baby this week on Cookus Interruptus.  

Golden Spice Rice

Blog: Cookus Interruptus   -   Thursday April 30, 2009   -   By Cynthia

This week on Cookus Interruptus: Golden Spice Rice (No blame, no gain) Sautéing the rice before cooking it results in a more separate finished grain.  By adding a few simple spices you add fragrance to the rice and add a lovely golden color. ...

Fried Tempeh

Blog: Cookus Interruptus   -   Thursday April 23, 2009   -   By Cynthia

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Date Pecan Bon Bons

Blog: Cookus Interruptus   -   Thursday April 09, 2009   -   By Cynthia

Peeps for the holidays?  Nah.  Impress your friends with these sweet, coconutty, orange-zesty treats.  Recipe at Cookus Interruptus .  We make these in cooking class at Bastyr University and students love them because they're yummy and...

How NOT to Cook a Turkey (& how to cook one well)

Blog: Friendly Haven Rise Farm   -   Wednesday November 26, 2008   -   By Jacqueline & Joseph

Early in our marriage, before we bought our farm (2001) we got invited to two feasts on Thanksgiving day, one early in the day and the other toward evening. We were concerned that we wouldn't come home with any leftovers from either of them. But then we...

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Braised Greens

Blog: Cookus Interruptus   -   Thursday November 06, 2008   -   By Cynthia

Braising is a tasty way to cook fresh, local seasonal dark leafy greens.  Every time I cut some kale from my backyard, I am thankful that I live in a house that has a yard big enough to grow a few greens and a climate that sustains them all winter. Yum. ...


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