Roasting a chicken can strike fear in the hearts of beginning home cooks. Chef Amanda Love walks us through the steps of easy, yet perfect roast chicken.Growing Food and Leaders with Urban Roots (podcast)
As the 20th Century began to unfold, the telephone, rural free delivery, and roads started to relieve rural isolation. It was a mixed blessing. Because as these innovations and improvements brought the world to once insular communities, they also paved the way for children of farming families to leave the land to seek new opportunities in urban centers.Composting for Zero Waste Living (podcast)
Composting isn't limited to people with gardens or even backyards. In Austin, Texas, you can participate in community composting at Texas Farmers Market.City Chickens, Funky Chickens (podcast)
Across the nation, a growing number of Americans are raising chickens in their backyards for eggs, sometimes meat, and always entertainment.
Roasting a chicken is something every cook should know how to do. It may seem intimidating at first, but it really is easy once you get the hang of it.Chilled Beet Salad with Urban Roots’ Ranch Dressing
Very few people are on the fence when it comes to beets: they either love them or hate them. People who hate them often claim the root tastes like dirt, whereas those who love them say they have a sweet, earthy quality.Recipe: The Original Deviled Egg
From Molly O'Neill's cookbook "One Big Table", comes the original Deviled Egg recipe with a side of history and lore. It's all delicious and sharable.Recipe: Tomato Salad with Watermelon, Toasted Cashews, Chèvre, and Lemon-Agave Vinaigrette
A delicious and healthy salad for one using the explosive flavors of summer on one plate. It comes from the creative mind of Chef Stephane Beaucamp.