by Eugenia Bone One summer day I helped my friend Marilee Gilman slaughter and process about 24 fat ducks. Marilee and her husband Charlie have a beautiful farm in Hotchkiss, Colorado, and they have ...
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For more than 20 years, Austin’s The Natural Epicurean Academy of Culinary Arts has educated students in all the must-knows of plant-based, garden-friendly cooking. And just as our culture has ...
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 by Marilyn McCray, Octane Press Before the advent of modern-day canning, food was preserved by the process of fermentation. The simplest type of fermentation with naturally occurring yeasts or ...
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by Mark Lawley A combination of family, friends and food is a consistent theme for our camping getaways, and on our most recent trip to Port Aransas for the long Easter weekend, we were fortunate to ...
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by Kate Paynephotography by Jo Ann Santangelo I always tote gluten-free crackers to events, potlucks and restaurants to ensure I don’t miss out on whatever spreadable goodness or ...
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