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Guest Post #12 Kate Gridley’s “Pig Tales”

Barbara’s Note: This week we bring you our dear friends — Kate Gridley and her son Charles Barstow are incredible cooks, artists, thinkers and stewards of this earth.  Kate, a painter of fabulous portraits, still lifes and landscapes, is also my fellow conspirator and columnist at The Addison Independent and my co-blogger at Eating Well.  […]

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Guest Post #9: Kate Corrigan & Sebastian Miska Write about Raising Meat & Labeling It

Barbara’s Note: I buy my meat from these two young farmers–fabulous pork shoulders and chops, chickens and ducks–and am much inspired by their example.  Kate Corrigan grew up in Shoreham, Vermont where her family raised their own eggs, pork and poultry. Sebastian Miska grew up in the Middlebury, Vermont area and enjoyed frequent visits to […]

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Reflections on Father’s Day Recipes

Last Sunday for Father’s Day, the LA Times published 10 recipes to celebrate fathers. The recipes included: three types of steak, two gourmet hamburgers, “Man-sized turkey wings,” “Naked ribs,” two desserts, and a gin cocktail. After spending the past year researching and writing a thesis on the relationship between gender and food (The Gendering of […]

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