Cold Weather Cooking with Beth Dooley: Chicken & Dumpling Soup

This time of year when the tips of our noses are drippy and cold, and we’re tired, achy, and chilled to the bone, who doesn’t crave chicken soup? It’s brothy and light, satisfyingly simple, and innocently good. It’s the global go-to for those wintery blues, and just about every cuisine has its own version. Here’s […]

Amber waves of heritage grain: Minnesota’s historic grains and seeds are seeing a revival

Across the northern Heartland, thanks to local organic farmers, small producers, and community gardeners, a renaissance of place-based culinary traditions are redefining the way we eat and think about our food. The smallest element in this is the most important—our seeds. Of the millions of seed varieties once available to our grandparents, 97 percent have […]

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Cold Weather Cooking with Beth Dooley: Autumn Salads

Editor’s Note: This is the first in a monthly series of recipes in which Beth Dooley, author of “In Winter’s Kitchen”, will talk about enjoying the bounty of the Upper Midwest even in the cold, barren months ahead. Who says salad season ends with Labor Day? Come late in the season, the farmers markets are […]

Beyond the beautiful gardens: Can urban farms grow our food?

Along bike paths, in church parking lots, and between high-rise apartments, vegetable gardens are beginning to green. Soon, urban growers like the farmers behind Stone’s Throw Urban Farm and the high-school students of Youth Farm will be filling CSA boxes and farmers’ market stalls with glossy eggplants, vibrant peppers, and verdant kale—the freshest, most delicious […]

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