“How long shall they kill our prophets while we stand aside and look?” – Bob Marley I met Ken by my own force. Seeing a comment he’d left on a friend’s blog post, I felt I needed to know him. … Read More
The Texas Veggie Fest in Dallas, Texas on October 17th hosted some amazing vendors from around the country who play awesome roles in promoting fruits and vegetables. One of our personal favorites is Heidi Ho Organics, makers of delicious, real-ingredient, … Read More
These delicious cinnamon rolls were served as a surprise lunch during Culinary Skills Week at the FoodnSport event in Sedro Woolley, Washington. Following the rave review, it has become an event staple. This recipe makes one large cinnamon roll, or several small ones. Multiply all ingredients for more accordingly.
If only there were a way to get fresh food directly to these dinner-tables-in-the-desert.… That was the conversation in 2012, says Ms. Asantewaa, 45, who co-ordinates FoodShare’s Mobile and Good Food Markets, when the dream was to convert a full-sized TTC bus into a mobile produce market, just like the “Fresh Moves” program in Chicago had done. While FoodShare was getting by using a cube van, staff craved something customized for the task; however, limited real estate and a limited budget soon squashed the full-sized bus plan, and discussion turned to a smaller Wheel-Trans bus.
Potatoes, tomatoes, sweet and hot peppers, eggplant, tomatillos, tamarios, pepinos, pimentos, paprika, and cayenne peppers are classified as nightshade foods. A particular group of substances in these foods, called alkaloids, can impact nerve-muscle function and digestive function in animals and humans, and may also be able to compromise joint function. Because the amount of alkaloids is very low in nightshade foods when compared with other nightshade plants, health problems from nightshade foods may only occur in individuals who are especially sensitive to these alkaloid substances.
By Abby Ellin Image courtesy of Jim Wilson/The New York Times Meals for Levi Bowland are pretty much the same every day. For breakfast, it’s melon. For lunch, a heaping bowl of coleslaw and three bananas. Dinner involves more fruit, and … Read More