Practical tips for living sustainably: an interview with Joel Salatin (part 5 of 5)

Practical tips for living sustainably: an interview with Joel Salatin (part 5 of 5)

In part 1 of this 5-part video interview series, we heard a short history of Polyface farms and its’ owner Joel Salatin. In part 2, Joel talked about the issue of “real food” education and whether we should really try to convert everyone. In part 3, we asked the big question – isn’t this whole […]

These people are livin’ right.

These people are livin’ right.

Well, after many years and much deliberation, I’ve decided what I want to be when I grow up. I know this is a slightly different career path than I’ve ever pictured myself as having, but I’ve carefully considered this and come to the conclusion that… I want to be one of Barefoot Contessa’s neighbors. I […]

I’m back and I have the best news ever.

I’m back and I have the best news ever.

I’ve had a much needed break from blogging and being so visible online, and it’s done me good. My life has changed so much since I’ve been away from you guys! And all for the better. Now, I am back and with the best news ever. I am leaving my job with the corporate world […]

Curried Zucchini Soup

photo copyright © gwarcita We got TONS of zucchini in the CSA this summer. I grated a lot and froze it so I could make zucchini bread this winter. I also sliced some and froze it, but wasn’t sure what I was going to use it in til I was flipping through a book on […]

Delhi Dhal

Indian cooking, for all its complex flavors and aromas is often very simple! You chop some things, you heat some oil, you stir in some spices, you stir in the chopped things, you stir in your protein, cook, stir, cook, stir, serve! I highly recommend a cookbook called Indian Vegetarian Cooking At Your House, by […]