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December, 2016

Year of the Turkey, part 2

  If there is one thing I’ve learned about turkeys, it’s that people are very particular about their bird. What is the best way to prepare it? Is brining the best option, or is it a complete insult?   Some swear by frying the turkey, but that could be dangerous. You could also tent your bird, …

December 5th, 2016  |  Posted by Kaylan Smith | Published in In the Kitchen


Have a Local, Organic Thanksgiving, Naturally!

Thanksgiving is the easiest time of year to “eat local and organic,” for the simple reason that nearly everything that appears on a traditional Thanksgiving dinner table has its roots in local, seasonal, organic foods. And that’s because Native Americans, and the Pilgrims they shared their food with, ate organic food long before it was called organic. Our …

November 17th, 2016  |  Posted by Terra Brockman | Published in Earth Dinner, Featured Post, In the Kitchen, Organic Farming, Sustainability


Year of the Turkey, part 1

This is it. This is the year of the inaugural Smith family turkey. Smith is a common name, but it’s my new name. Let me formally introduce myself. My name is Kaylan Smith, I’m 28 years old, and I have the privilege to work at Organic Valley. My husband and I married three years ago, …

November 2nd, 2016  |  Posted by Kaylan Smith | Published in CROPP Culture, Family, In the Kitchen  |  1 Comment


 
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