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Ra Ndakuu & Taza "The Feast of the Sorcerer and the Eagle," St. Paul MN

Sean Sherman, the Sioux Chef, has been revolutionizing the culinary world of the upper Midwest where he is based, (and indeed around the nation), creating beautiful dinners of entirely pre-contact ingredients sources from the Great Lakes and Northern Plains regions.Sean grew up on the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota where he learned his way around the kitchen early. 2,045 more words

Indigenous Foods

Where's our New Southern Food Manifesto?: on being "local, "Southern," a famous chef, and poor people in the Triangle

by Angela Perez

In writing about, interviewing and getting to know local restaurant owners, chefs, food producers, farmers and other food industry folks in and around the Triangle, some issues and ideas have started to weigh on my mind.  1,371 more words

Local citrus in mid-America? Build your own greenhouse

People are increasingly interested in buying local foods, but there’s no universally accepted definition for what local means for various shoppers. Some have suggested the… 267 more words


Let’s Eat Local! ACME Farms + Kitchen Debuts in Portland

With a full weekly schedule of play dates, parkour and chess club, it might seem like you need to be a magician to plan and shop for healthy meals to feed your busy family. 882 more words

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What I Learned Recently from Podcast Episodes

I find podcasts to be great not only for fun or inspiration, but also to gain ideas and insights. I listen to podcasts when exercising, eating lunch, or making dinner, and when traveling on long bus trips or flights. 852 more words


Yonder Way Farm Finalists for Local Food Hero Award

Do you know where your food comes from?

The Yonder Way Farm are finalists for the edible Houston Local Food Hero Award – in the FARM category. 379 more words

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Nominate a Farmer - Local Food Hero

Nominate a farmer, chef, food truck, or organization.

Vote for your local food heroes today. I just voted! :)

Good luck, Yonder Way Farmers!!

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