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Eating My Feelings: Summer BBQ Tempeh Bowls

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We realize that Summer is still quite aways away, but it's okay to rush the season with a burst of bbq in the privacy of your own kitchen; photo by Robin Catalano.

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Dem Bones

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Since we stopped hunting and gathering and turned to markets for our food and ingredients, cost-conscious cooks have depended on affordable basics to provide hearty, healthy meals for their families. Many of these items are now being appropriated and glorified by “foodies” who have “discovered” them. The gentrification of traditional foods has enhanced the plates

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Cooking and Cookbooks

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I love to cook as much as I love to eat. During my farming days, meat was kept in a large dedicated chest freezer until a particular craving struck. My favorite meal was roast pork, and before the meat was done, I had usually picked off about half of the crusty fat squares and devoured

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Plenty #13: The Ultimate New Mom’s Cookbook

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As you might expect, we’d never settle for a cookbook that asks us to sacrifice the satisfying or substantial to achieve our family dietary priorities. Thankfully, The Ultimate New Mom’s Cookbook, by Aurora Satler, doesn’t leave taste buds or tummies, big or

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TLC#59: Food for Thought: Dinner with Virginia Willis at Hancock Shaker Village

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Shaker Meets Southern with Virginia Willis

Gardens with Round Stone Barn and Dairy Ell, Hancock Shaker Village; photo by Bestbudbrian; [CC BY-SA 4.0], via Wikimedia Commons

Top Left TunesThis episode features “Hot Chicken,” off Dom Flemons‘ release, Prospect Hill. We interviewed this Grammy Award

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Plenty #11: No-till and Urban Ag at NOFA/Mass Winter Conference

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Amazing no-till results, proof-of-concept urban agriculture, and learning “tracks” available for a curated conference experience

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Plenty #9: Christopher Kimball Settles in on Milk Street

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In Episode #9, Plenty talks with another icon of the food world, this time pioneer of the culinary airwaves, Christopher Kimball. The founder of Cook’s Illustrated magazine, and instantly recognizable host of the Emmy Award–winning  “America’s Test Kitchen” from 2001 through 2016,

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Plenty # 5 — Sharing an Ocean Breeze with “Fresh Fish” author Jennifer Trainer Thompson

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Whether you grew up on the shore or spent your life as a land lubber, Fresh Fish — A Fearless Guide to Grilling, Shucking, Searing, Poaching and Roasting Seafood will have you catching the scent of the beach on the wind.

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Plenty #2 — Berkshires Author Alana Chernila Launches “The Homemade Kitchen”

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Practical guiding principles point to cooking and eating habits that make sense for families.
Alana Chernila has been piecing together a philosophy about food at least as early as becoming a mom. Her first contacts with preparing meals, often with vegetables she helped

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