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Sign up for three new local food directories
Local food is on a roll. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Farmer’s Market Directory website lists 8,268 markets, which is an increase of 76-percent since 2008. But, there are...
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Deirdre Heekin grows nearly all of the produce for her restaurant
Deirdre Heekin and her husband Caleb Barber of Barnard, Vermont lived  in Italy for a time, and while there became interested in farming to provide local food. When they returned home, the...
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A dining concept that shows you exactly where your food came from, and how it was raised.
A dining concept that shows you exactly where your food came from, and how it was raised.
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A convenient source of protein
Dried meat, or jerky, has been a popular food for thousands of years. It’s made by drying the meat at low temperatures for a long period of time, usually in a food dehydrator. It can be made...
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Try one of these tasty chicken recipes tonight!
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Bring a taste of Italy to your next meal with one of these fabulous recipes. Mangia!
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Three new USDA directories help connect consumers and farmers through local food opportunities.
Three new USDA directories help connect consumers and farmers through local food opportunities.
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We all get tired of the same salad dressings and sauces
Make your own herb-flavored vinegar to spice things up in the kitchen. Lisa Treiber is a food safety extension educator at Michigan State University. She recommends three-to-four fresh or dried...
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From classic dill pickles to the unique flavor of pickled radishes, these recipes are great for snacking and layering on sandwiches.
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 Here is some information about gluten-free foods, and some ways to create a simple Fourth of July spread that your gluten-free guests can enjoy, along with everyone else!
Do you have gluten-free friends or family members coming over for a cookout, and are wondering what they can eat? Here is some information and tips to create a simple spread that your gluten-free...

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