Where does my food come from? How many Americans actually ask this question? It’s something that I didn’t really wonder or ask until a few years ago, when I saw an episode of Dirty Jobs that took place on a pig farm. Pigs are one of my favorite animals, and while I’m still fine with eating them, I was horrified by how they were treated. This realization caused me to start looking more deeply at where all of our food comes from, and really changed the way our family eats. It caused us to join our first CSA, to buy a whole cow from a local rancher, and even to start growing things ourselves. But most importantly, it helped us realize the necessity of asking questions and talking to people about food issues.
I’m so excited to partner with some dear blogging friends on a new to me product giveaway. Have you guys heard of Bee’s Wrap? It’ a sustainable food storage solution … Read more
Not sure how to scramble eggs? Not to worry, two year old Corban is here to show you just how to make scrambled eggs with step by step photos, and … Read more
I get lots of cookbooks to review, and have amassed quite an assortment. Having cooked through many of them, I’ve decided that I need to start sharing this wonderful … Read more
Spring has supposedly arrived but I’m not buying it. We’ve had snow or hail more times than I can count over the past few weeks. It’s cold, windy and dreary. … Read more