As we looked up at the cloudy sky and sniffed the air, my husband commented,  “It must be raining somewhere.” Rain is part of the hydrologic cycle of energy that we call "weather." ...
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It came across my desk yesterday in an email that I was copied on. “Rick, I ordered one package of bees with marked & clipped queen ($125). Laura Weaver says to expect them to be ready for ...
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"Eating is an agricultural act"- from “The Pleasures of Eating” from What Are People For? by Wendell Berry From the bottom of my heart, I cannot be more grateful that Wendell Berry and Wes ...
Read more: Winter 2011

Welcome  Welcome to our second annual edition of Edible Austin COOKS! We hope you enjoy reading it with as much pleasure as we had in its creation. We’d like to thank our contributors as well ...
Read more: COOKS! 2011

Just Call it Food... I’d like to address our current national language of food. Since when do basic words such as “food,” “cheese,” “meat” and “produce” need to be modified with ...
Read more: Fall 2011

It must be raining somewhere... Rain is part of the hydrologic cycle of energy that we call "weather." As water evaporates from the surface of our earth, it must just as assuredly fall, somewhere. ...
Read more: Summer 2011
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