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Field & Feast is a 5-minute radio feature, currently broadcast Saturdays and Sundays on KUT 90.5 FM in Austin, Texas.  It’s a show about good food from the ground up.

In case you miss a show, or want to revisit a topic, our Shows page is a great place to get started.

A podcast of each show is available on our website, as well as on iTunes. We enhance the experience online with the addition of gardening tips or recipes and other information to make your time with us more enjoyable–and useful.

Please explore and come back often to discover what’s new on Field & Feast.

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Tips for Making Great Bread-free Bread

October 30, 2014

Bread-free bread recipes use non-typical ingredients with delicious and satisfying results. To get the best results, it takes a little finesse, and Nerissa Oden, author of the book Bread-free Bread provides tips to help enjoy every sandwich.

Bread-free Bread’s Creator: Nerissa Oden

October 30, 2014

Author, Nerissa Oden Nerissa Oden is a former movie and video editor turned health advocate and housewife. She's written the cookbook, Bread-free Bread.

Bread-free Bread (podcast + giveaway)

October 30, 2014

We love bread, and have been eating some form of it since ancient times. But it doesn't always love us back. And that's why Nerissa Oden of Wimberley, Texas developed recipes for something she's dubbed: bread-free bread.

Top Tips for Fermenting Food

October 24, 2014

Kate Payne, author of The Hip Girl's Guide to Homemaking and The Hip Girl's Guide to the Kitchen cans and ferments a lot of foods, and offers advice for the beginner "fermentista."

Fermentation Femme: Kate Payne

October 24, 2014

Kate Payne is an author and freelance writer, and a frequent consultant for design, decor, cooking, and crafting publications and sites.

Fermentation: Delicious Decomposition (podcast + giveaway)

October 24, 2014

Fermentation is a controlled metabolic process in which organisms, like bacteria or yeast, convert carbohydrates, such as starches or a sugars, into alcohol or acid. It's a way of preserving and enhancing the flavors of those foodstuffs. Learn about an upcoming festival celebrating this delicious decomposition process.

Tips for Living and Giving La Vida Local

October 17, 2014

Getting involved in your community -- no matter where you live -- is easy and rewarding. Austin, Texas local food and farm supporter, Carla Crownover, offers tips for giving and living "La Vida Local."

Green Corn Project (podcast)

October 17, 2014

The Green Corn Project, a local nonprofit, helps folks in underserved areas of Austin, Texas grow food gardens of their own. The organization builds gardens for low-income, elderly, and persons with disabilities who might not otherwise have the resources or ability to start a garden on their own, or have access to local organic produce.

Green Corn’s Carla Crownover

October 17, 2014

Carla Crownover self-identifies as avid gardener, Slow Food advocate, fierce supporter of our local food systems and urban farms, board member of Green Corn Project, blogger, and obsessive preserver of seasonal produce. She likes to grow her own food, or know who did.

Tips for a Tippler’s Garden

October 10, 2014

David Alan, The Tipsy Texan, believes in using fresh ingredients in his craft cocktails. And if some of those ingredients come from his garden -- all the better.