Archive for January 2018

Renee Studebaker

Jan 19th, 2018 | By | Category: guest bio, the show

Renee Studebaker writes about the intersection of gardening, food and life on her blog, Renee’s New Blog. She claims her affection for homegrown vegetables began when she was a kid spending summers at my grandparent’s farm in Arkansas.

Starting Vegetable Seeds Indoors (podcast)

Jan 19th, 2018 | By | Category: Featured Articles, podcast, the show

Seeds are crazy cool. They remain dormant until conditions are right to support their growth. Once they receive the necessary moisture, warmth and sunshine, the life force stirs within them and they begin their journey into the world.

Onion Soup with Venison Shanks

Jan 19th, 2018 | By | Category: blog, cook something, meat and poultry, soups and salads

This classic French onion soup includes venison shanks. The long cooking process melds the sweetness of the onions and the meatiness of the venison.

Seed Starting Tips from Renee Studebaker

Jan 19th, 2018 | By | Category: gardening tips, Grow Something, show tips, the show

Renee Studebaker is a gardener and cook and educator; she’s helped hundreds of seeds find meaning, and in so doing has reaped the rewards of their fruitfulness. And she wants to help you do the same.

Food Recovery for the 21st Century (podcast)

Jan 12th, 2018 | By | Category: Featured Articles

Grocers have to offer consumers perfect produce. But what happens to the “ugly produce” or other food that doesn’t make the grade–especially when 1 in 8 Americans are food insecure? That’s where food recovery comes in. And Wheatsville Food Coop is a model for the practice.

Timely Tips for Preventing Food Waste

Jan 12th, 2018 | By | Category: show tips

Food waste is prevalent in the United States. With 1 in 8 Americans living with food insecurity, there’s no reason that perfectly edible, nutritious food should go to the landfill. We have some tips to help you not to add to food waste in America.

Two of Austin’s Food Recovery Heroes

Jan 12th, 2018 | By | Category: guest bio

Food recovery is growing throughout the country and in Central Texas. Many organizations and individuals are involved in this activity that ensures good, edible food that might otherwise end up in the landfill, ends up in the hands of people who need it, instead. Meet two people who work tirelessly to make this happen.

“Ugly Produce” Recipe, Courtesy of Food Not Bombs

Jan 12th, 2018 | By | Category: blog

Food Not Bombs recovers food that would have been discarded, and shares it as a way of protesting war and poverty. The organization also reduces food waste and meets the direct need of their community by collecting discarded food, preparing vegan meals that they share with the hungry.

Cultivating New Frontiers for Peace…

Jan 5th, 2018 | By | Category: show tips

This world could do with more pie and more peace; Luanne Stovall, founder of Peace through P.I.E., thinks we can have both in this new frontier.

Peace through P.I.E.(podcast)

Jan 5th, 2018 | By | Category: Featured Articles

Peace through P.I.E. (Peace Includes Everyone) is a movement and nonprofit with a “simple” premise: gather together people from diverse backgrounds and ideologies to share meaningful conversations about themselves, peace, social justice and more. Oh, and there’s pie.

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