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Cooking Up a Story

Summary: Stories that reveal the character and passion of real people who share a special connection to food and sustainable living. No on-air talent, no scripted programming, and no studio environments, just authentic stories filmed in native surroundings.

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 How to Can Crushed Tomatoes | File Type: application/pdf | Duration: Unknown

Originally published on Cooking Up a Story Marge Braker, a home economics instructor, shows us how to can crushed tomatoes using a boiling-water canner. The post How to Can Crushed Tomatoes appeared first on Cooking Up a Story.    

 An Expert Explains the Maps of the Ogallala Aquifer of the Texas High Plains | File Type: application/pdf | Duration: Unknown

Originally published on Cooking Up a Story Lucia Barbato of the Texas Tech University Center for Geospatial Technology explains the various maps of the Texas High Plains region. The Ogallala Aquifer formed millions of years ago, and no longer has an effective recharge capacity. This finite, fossil water resource will one-day run dry. The post An Expert Explains the Maps of the Ogallala Aquifer of the Texas High Plains appeared first on Cooking Up a Story.    

 Douglas Fir Snow Cone Intermezzo | File Type: application/pdf | Duration: Unknown
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Originally published on Cooking Up a Story Adapted from the original Food.Farmer.Earth story about Kathryn Yeomans and her pop up restaurant event The Chef, The Farmer, and the Pop-Up Restaurant. The post Douglas Fir Snow Cone Intermezzo appeared first on Cooking Up a Story.    

 Widespread Obesity: Are Certain Chemicals Also a Big Contributor? | File Type: application/pdf | Duration: Unknown

Originally published on Cooking Up a Story A flurry of new scientific evidence suggests that certain chemicals we are being exposed to from our environment and in the food we eat, may also be a major contributor to the obesity problem. The post Widespread Obesity: Are Certain Chemicals Also a Big Contributor? appeared first on Cooking Up a Story.    

 Protecting the Viability of Organics from the Purists | File Type: application/pdf | Duration: Unknown

Originally published on Cooking Up a Story This post delves deeper into how one false impression in particular is fueling the sense of loss behind organic’s mid-life crisis. Specifically, we’ll examine how the exclusion of synthetic materials, which some within the organic community would elevate to a cardinal principle, actually threatens to drive farmers out of certification, if not out of business entirely. The post Protecting the Viability of Organics from the Purists appeared first on Cooking Up a Story.

 Peek Inside An Organic Farm Supply Store | File Type: application/x-shockwave-flash | Duration: Unknown
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Originally published on Cooking Up a Story Encouraged by friends to start their own company, their love of urban farming, and a strong sense of community, led them to open the original Naomi's Organic Farm Supply where they set up shop for two years, but were forced to close prematurely when they lost their lease... The post Peek Inside An Organic Farm Supply Store appeared first on Cooking Up a Story.

 Food.Farmer.Earth Newsletter: Sweet & Savory Pies | File Type: application/octet-stream | Duration: Unknown

Originally published on Cooking Up a Story Kate McMillen makes a chocolate cream pie. Sarah Curtis-Fawley opened a sweet & savory pie restaurant in Portland. The Weekly Roundup of curated blog posts from around the web, and more. The post Food.Farmer.Earth Newsletter: Sweet & Savory Pies appeared first on Cooking Up a Story.

 Food.Farmer.Earth Newsletter: Birth of a Restaurant | File Type: application/pdf | Duration: Unknown

Originally published on Cooking Up a Story Food.Farmer.Earth Newsletter: Chef David Padberg demonstrates how to make his variation of the classic ham and cheese sandwich. Lisa Mygrant of the Raven & Rose restaurant shares her views on sustainable farming. The weekly roundup around the web, and coming next episodes on Food.Farmer.Earth. The post Food.Farmer.Earth Newsletter: Birth of a Restaurant appeared first on Cooking Up a Story.

 Expert Tips for Safe Home Food Storage | File Type: application/pdf | Duration: Unknown
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Originally published on Cooking Up a Story Janice Greg from the Oregon State University Extension Service shares her knowledge on food storage of staple items over the winter season. The post Expert Tips for Safe Home Food Storage appeared first on Cooking Up a Story.

 Food.Farmer.Earth Newsletter: Bread | File Type: application/pdf | Duration: Unknown

Originally published on Cooking Up a Story Food.Farmer.Earth Newsletter: Bread—Tim Healea, of little t american baker, is renowned for the quality of the breads that he make. His discovery of his passion for bread came as a complete accident. Watch this episode to find out more about this accomplished baker. Pastry chef Mary O'Rourke demonstrates a holiday soda bread recipe. Coming next Sp[irits, and The Weekly Roundup of great stuff from around the web. The post Food.Farmer.Earth Newsletter: Bread appeared first on Cooking Up a Story.

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Cookingupastory says:

Food and Sustainable Living Stories: For those interested in a diverse and personal look at food and sustainable living. Documentary shorts, how to cooking videos, interviews, and recipes.