Day 6: Local food deja vu

Breakfast Day 6: Same story as yesterday. Forgot to take a picture, and can’t really remember what it was. My money would be on a smoothie. Frozen strawberries from the home farm, Snowville… Continue reading

Day 5 – halfway there!

Breakfast Day 5: I’m starting to miss oatmeal. And even cereal. The only local breakfasts we’ve come up with are eggs, french toast, or smoothies. I forgot to take pictures, and now I… Continue reading

Thank you, coffee.

Breakfast Day 4: After a late night of serving 30 people a 5 course meal, day 4 absolutely needed to start with coffee. Unfortunately, coffee is not a crop that grows well in… Continue reading

Epic Eating – Day 3 Local Food Challenge

At the end of day 3, I had helped serve 160 portions of all-local food. And my feet were killing me. Breakfast Day 3: We started out innocently enough. Lunch Day 3: We… Continue reading

Day 2 Local Food Challenge

Lesson of the day: It’s harder to be flexible when my sources of ingredients aren’t sold nearby every day. Our local food dinner party was scheduled somewhat tentatively, so I was adding the… Continue reading

10 Days – 100 Miles – 10 Exotics

This whole blog started with a challenge. Almost exactly 3 years ago I took on the Food Stamp Challenge and fed myself and my unwilling husband on $60 for a week. I learned… Continue reading

What I’ve Been Reading (about food)

Great articles come across my twitter feed, facebook feed, and email, and I often want to share them, but I don’t just want to repeat what they say so well! So here I… Continue reading

Simple Baked Summer Squash

Farmers’ markets are the best. Don’t you agree? I can’t think of anywhere I’d rather be at 10am on a Saturday. Ok, maybe being served breakfast in bed, but I’d be pretty cranky… Continue reading

Faux Fettuccine on Meatless Monday

Sometimes I have cravings. Ok, lots of times I have cravings. Like 30 minutes ago when I wanted ice cream so I stopped at Dairy Queen for a twist cone. ┬áMmmm… Most of… Continue reading

4 Ways I Fund My Love of Food

By the plethora of hits you get when you Google “how to make money blogging” it’s pretty safe to say that most of us are not making our salary by writing online. ┬áSome… Continue reading

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