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NPR’s Kitchen Window

Canned Won’t Do: Spring Brings Fresh Bamboo Shoots

You Say Hazelnuts, I Say Filberts: Any Way, Delicious

Homestyle Hangzhou Cuisine: Subtle, Not Spicy” (buzz)

Oyster Stew: Four Ways To Warm Up Winter” (buzz)

“Chestnuts Welcome At Any Kitchen Table” (buzz)

“Demystifying the Quince” (buzz)

The Oregonian FOODday

Oregon’s New Breed of Rabbit Farmer” (PDF) (buzz) (controversy)

Dogs Help Truffle Hunters Find the Ripest, Most Valuable Specimens” (PDF)

Growing Greener Acres (on eco-farmer Joel Salatin’s revival in Oregon)” (PDF) (buzz)

Hmm, Wasted Fruit, Needy Folks: Think I’ll Jam” (PDF)  (buzz)

Making a Match Down on the Farm” (PDF) (buzz)

A Food Bank Run By, For Students”  (PDF)

Slow Food Moves Faster on Social Activism” (PDF) (buzz)

Edible Portland

Culinate–Eat to Your Ideal

“Larry Korn: The Soil Servant” (Culinate’s monthlyinterview)

Willamette Week Restaurant Guide

Reviews of clarklewis (PDF), Fratelli (PDF) and Kir (PDF)

Northwest Palate Magazine

Review of Vault 244 in Albany, Ore.

Review of Ping’s Cafe in Vancouver, B.C. (PDF)

MIX Magazine

“Eat Here: Newport” (PDF) (website)

Food Show on Portland’s KBOO Radio

Turophiles (Cheese Lovers) Special: Artisan Cheeses of the Pacific Northwest, Cheesemaking at Kookoolan Farms, Briar Rose Creamery, Gordon Edgar’s Cheesemonger ” (May Show)

IACP Special: The New York Times’ Kim Severson and Peace-Making Beirut Chef Kamal Mouzawak” (April show)

St. Patrick’s Day Special: Corned Beef and More” (March show…my year anniversary!)

Discrimination on the Farm in Oregon and the Nation” (February show)

Foraging with Truffle Dogs, Cooking with Parsnips and other Root Vegetables” (January show)

Ecotrust’s Food Hub, Dangerous Dungeness and Political Spats at the Holiday Table” (December show)

Thanksgiving Special: Tofurky, Oregon Cranberries and Ivy Manning’s The Adaptable Feast” (November show)

Joel Salatin and D.I.Y. Sports Nutrition” (August show)

Food Carts special” (July show)

Food, Inc. and Making Jams and Jellies” (June show)

Local Foods special” (May show)

Meatpaper Magazine and other Meat Matters” (April show)

“Vegan Soul Food and Potato, Potato” (March show)

The Baltimore Sun cookbook reviews

In a New York State of Mind

A Wide Range of Curries

Working with Spices and Sweets

Feeding a Love of Italian Food

Casseroles, Stews and Other Tasty Comforts

Preparing Latkes and Other Treats

Japanese Fare: Humble to Flashy

Written by baltimoregon

February 11, 2009 at 1:27 am

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  1. Laura,

    I enjoyed your story in today’s FoodDay section and wanted to extend an invitation to you to visit Jon Bansen’s organic dairy farm in Monmouth (he was the speaker at the April InFARMation event) this Saturday when Jon hosts “Generation O,” a group of more than 20 of Organic Valley’s next generation of organic farmers,for a day-long session of mentoring and bonding over pasture walks and presentations by guest speakers.

    Organic Valley’s “Gen-O” program is designed to support and encourage young people entering the world of organic dairy farming by giving them the tools and know-how needed to take on some tough challenges. A few of the educators this Saturday include nutritionist Kelly Horton (founder of Connect Nutrition) and Wisconsin-based large animal veterinarian Dr. Sarah Slaby, who will speak to holistic animal care and show the young farmers how to do a quick check-up to proactively maintain animal health.

    Monmouth is not far from Corvallis and I think you’d like this event with these young dairy families.

    Let me know if your schedule allows and I can provide more details and directions.

    Best regards,
    Amy Brown (fellow Baltimore transplant)

    Amy Brown

    June 23, 2009 at 9:54 am

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