So what is good to eat this fall?
When the weather changes, so does what you cook
The ultimate in local food is right outside your door in your own garden
Summer is the perfect time not to cook. Eat raw and keep your kitchen cool and your body strong.
How are you doing conserving energy with respect to food? Take this quick quiz and see.
When the seasons change, it is good to change your diet.
How to get fulfilling foods, proteins, and complex carbohydrates in the spring, when those soups and stews stop being appealing
Garden fresh is just around the corner. Here are some ideas to hold off those cravings...
From seed to soil, from now through next winter, you can join in Nature’s process
Ideas to Reduce Your Fossil Fuel Use for Food and also Save Money and Improve Your Health!
Who says vegetables can't be fun?
So... do you get a little
crazy this time of year?
Keep you plate full of color in the winter for pleasure and nutrition
The chill of autumn might be in the air, but not in the kitchen
This is a great idea and here are 20 reasons why.
Not just a pretty face!!
You know you are really serious about change when you change the way you eat.
Local Food is fresh, tasty, healthy and also very good for the local economy. Read how and why!
Beets have a nice long growing season, from June through October, so you have plenty of time to enjoy these little gems.
Tami gives more reasons than you need to look locally for food and sustenance!
What can make grocery shopping more fun?
Experience the taste, texture and nutrition of this great green
What do you drink? Can your choice save energy?
A weed? A nutritious vegetable? A spring tonic? Yes to all!
Wanting to garden, but have no room? Some great info about community gardening.
Every five years we have a chance to change what farming practices are supported. Now is our time!
Buying “in season” has more advantages than you think
Find out about all the goodness of honey...
No land? All shade? Some creative ideas for finding a place for your garden...
This saves time and money, is easy to do and makes you feel good.
It is time for something new for dinner
Live in the city? Have a small, shadey lot? Here are some solutions.
Saving time, money, footsteps and ENERGY. How can you miss?
Some new ideas for the Holidays
There are so many things you can grow in your kitchen, and you won’t get dirt under your nails
Now that summer’s over, you’re probably thinking that there’s no point in going to the farmers market. It’s not like there are any vegetables in December, right?
9. Buy only food produced in the USA
How far are you willing to have your food travel?
Not much experience with turnips? You will be surprised!!
One step to lowering energy use while supporting local farmers and improving your diet
Waste not, want not is an ancient adage just as true today as centuries ago.
Pumpkins are for more than Jack-O-Lanterns. Just plain good eating...
A common sense approach to buying local foods plus lots of good info
One of the great treats of fall is the abundant apples. Try this interesting recipe.
Dig in, put your shovel in the dirt, any time, anywhere
There are a lot of things we can do to save energy, but not eating is not one of them!
How you garden is just as important as what you grow when it comes to satisfaction
There is so much more that can be satisfying than eating the meal...
Collard greens may be new to you, but they are a powerhouse of nutrition and flavor. Give them a try.
Food energy can mean many things -- this meaning is very helpful
Upstate NY is one of the best places for eating in season. Check out the winter choices...
One step at a time results in the unlikely accomplishment of the Mohawk Harvest Cooperative Market.
Here are a few insights into life on the homestead and the creation of the Gloversville Farmers Market.
Happen to have a little extra basil? Here are some ideas to wet your appitite.
Garlic is one of my favorite crops and for good reason.
How to build and use a solar dehydrator, including tips on building with used material.
Low and no energy ways to store a variety of food for the winter and longer.
Bean independence is way more important to many families around the world then the stock market. See why and how you can become independent too.