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Rootstock Radio: Connection, Resistance and Reform Through Food

 Julia Turshen is the bestselling author of Feed the Resistance, named the Best Cookbook of 2017 by Eater, and Small Victories, named one of the Best Cookbooks of 2016 by the New York Times and NPR. She is currently working on her newest cookbook, Now & Again, which will be released September 2018 (mark …

August 14th, 2018  |  Published in Food & Ag Issues, In the Kitchen, Rootstock Radio


French Toast Muffins

I’m all about brunch foods – whether they’re served for breakfast for as a breakfast-for-dinner option, I can never get enough. When I was a kid my dad would sometimes make us French toast on the weekend or as a special dinner treat. It remains one of my favorite foods, and while I don’t eat …

May 16th, 2018  |  Published in Featured Post, In the Kitchen, Recipes


DIY Natural Egg Dyes

Yes, you can dye brown eggs! Natural dyes work beautifully with organic brown eggs, creating rich, muted colors. Try natural dyes from beets (pink), turmeric or boiled onion skins (yellow), and boiled red cabbage leaves (blue). Here’s how: 1. Prepare the dyes: RED/PINK: Boil a few cut beets in a small pot of water until …

March 27th, 2018  |  Published in Family, In the Kitchen, Sustainable Living  |  1 Comment


Southwestern Lentil Soup

We’re nearing the time of year when I’ll stop making soup on a regularly basis, but I’m going to continue my tradition of making a big pot of soup on Sunday night for as long as I can. I love starting the week with plenty of leftovers to take to work for lunch. I’ve been trying …

March 20th, 2018  |  Published in Featured Post, Recipes


Grassmilk Yogurt Lemon Poppy Seed Pound Cake

I pretty much always have a carton of Grassmilk Yogurt in the fridge since I use it in my breakfast green smoothies every day. My schedule was a little crazy last week and I ran out of time to make smoothies on a couple of mornings and ended up going into the weekend with extra yogurt on …

March 13th, 2018  |  Published in Featured Post, Recipes  |  2 Comments


Cranberry Orange Shortbread Cookies

One of my favorite holiday traditions is making plates of cookies to deliver to family and friends. I love the ritual of spending time in the kitchen working on recipes and putting together delicious plates of treats for all of my favorite people. Driving around to deliver the plates is the perfect excuse to stop …

December 21st, 2017  |  Published in Featured Post, Recipes  |  1 Comment


Sweet Potato Dinner Rolls

When I signed up for bread detail at our Thanksgiving this year I initially planned on doing some basic white rolls. After seeing a few versions of these pretty Sweet Potato Dinner Rolls showing up in my newsfeed I was instantly drawn to the idea of including some sweet potato in the rolls. My family …

November 22nd, 2017  |  Published in Featured Post, In the Kitchen, Recipes


Spiced Pumpkin Roll Cake

Roll cakes are so fun and impressive to look at, and they’re shockingly easy to make.  I love the pretty swirls of bright white frosting next to the pumpkin cake, and when it tastes even better than it looks- you know you’ve found a great dessert. The cake can be whisked together by hand and …

November 9th, 2017  |  Published in Featured Post, Recipes  |  3 Comments


Halloween String Cheese Broomsticks

These witches’ brooms aren’t scary at all—they’re super-simple and downright cute! Kids will love seeing them in their lunch box (they don’t need to know it’s a healthy snack *wink wink*), or add some class by pairing with dipping sauces and themed garnishes for a grown-up Halloween gathering. Enjoy! Halloween String Cheese Broomsticks Print Recipe …

October 23rd, 2017  |  Published in Featured Post, Recipes  |  2 Comments


Rootstock Radio: Food that Heals and Empowers

Download In 2007, entrepreneur, chef and activist Cathryn Couch founded the Ceres Community Project, a non-profit organization that delivers free, nutritious, prepared meals to individuals dealing with serious illness. What’s especially unique about the organization is that it engages youth volunteers ages 14-19 in growing the ingredients and preparing the food. Cathryn has received many awards …

September 12th, 2017  |  Published in Health & Wellness, In the Kitchen, Rootstock Radio


 
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