Monday, May 11, 2009
www.HippyGourmet.com http www.SlowFood.com In this segment from Organic Living TV with the Hippy Gourmet, we take a wondrous tour of the Slow Food Nation conference in our backyard here in San Francisco, California. Slow Food is an international organization dedicated to local, sustainable, organic, fair-trade ingredients and to the artisan providers and chefs who bring it all to life!
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Grill up moist and tender pork chops every time with this quick and easy barbecue recipe as shown by the BBQ Pit boys! They'll show you how to keep your barbecue bone-in center-cut pork chops from drying out, while serving up some butter roasted potatoes, onion and mushrooms as a side dish. You can print out this BBQ Pit Boys recipe at www.BarbecueWeb.com ---
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www.howdini.com Whoever coined the phrase "easy as pie" probably didn't make pie crusts from scratch. But if you follow the instructions from Chef Scott Cutaneo, the highly acclaimed chef-proprietor of the four-diamond (AAA) Le Petit Chateau in Bernardsville, NJ, you'll make a pie crust that is flaky and beautiful. Recipe: How to make a pie crust Gather your ingredients and tools: * Flour * Cold butter * Cold water * Salt * Sugar * Fork * Rolling pin * Pie plate Making the pie crust: 1. Mix ...
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Visit: cookingastory.com This is not your typical story, for Anthony Boutard, of Ayers Creek Farm, is not your typical farmer. Trained as a forester, he and his wife, Carol, backed into farming - as he likes to tell it. He shares many stories, including how he goes about deciding what to grow for a particular season, and shares his wealth of farming knowledge, some of it borrowed from indigenous cultures.
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