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Meet the Wild Allium Family

We got to the root of this group's most famous members: onion, garlic and shallot By BCFA Special Correspondent Courtney Linder Much like a French Mirepoix, the best things in life include carrots, onion, and celery. We're imagining comforting chicken soups,...

Chives

Onion and Poppy Seed Bialys

These soft and chewy cousins of bagels are a stalwart of Polish bakeries, where their hole-less centers are filled with caramelized onions and poppy seeds. Yield: makes about 1 1/2 Dozen Learn more about the wild allium...

Onion Poppy Seed Bialys

Wrightstown Winter Farmers Market

Visit Wrightstown Farmers Market! Saturday Feb 13th This Week's Vendors Apple Ridge Farm - Sourdough starter and wood oven baked breads, baked goods, and pizza, plus farm products vegan chili and pot pies. Pre-order available. Order and pre-pay by 7 am Thursday...

Sacred Cow Movie Review

Pasture-raised Meat; Your Key to Heart and Bone Health By Shari Rossmann and Susan Pierson At our small and careful Thanksgiving gathering, the conversation turned, as it often does in my family, to health and nutrition. My brother Bob (Farm to City farmers'...

Meet the Humble Carrot

Sure, the days feel shorter than ever, as the sun crests behind the hills in Eastern Pennsylvania at around 4:30 p.m. or so, but that doesn't mean that your cooking has to become equally dreary. Really, the dark, cold nights are an incredible excuse to bust out the stockpot and whip up a hearty Irish-style beef stew with maple and stout, or a pile of roasted root vegetables, seasoned well and caramelized on a sheet pan in the oven. Maybe even a carrot tart with ricotta and feta will feel just indulgent enough.

Creamy Carrot Soup

This recipe has only 7 ingredients is simple to make and does not need cream to make it creamy! What makes it creamy and delicious?...those yummy carrots from the Farmers Market.

Carrot Soup

Free Range Vs. Pastured: A Guide

Free Range labels are regulated by the USDA only for poultry produced for meat. The requirements are not very high: poultry can use the label if the chicken had any access to the outdoors each day for some unspecified period of time; it could be just a few minutes,...

Good Reads About Good Eats

Here is the board pick for the month This well-written book details how to select, cook and even store produce for maximum nutrition and flavor. Which is more nutrient dense, an orange or purple carrot? Read the book to discover (or read our Interview with a Carrot...

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