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One Bite Feeds Many

One Bite Feeds Many

Popping Zebra Cakes like tic tacs is no great feat and eating Little Debbie is supporting local but can we take it up a notch? Enter Leda Phillips, owner of Noogarons, standing at a strong five feet tall (so she says), she is preceded by her brightly colored homemade...

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Bird Fork Farm Can Be Your New BFF

Bird Fork Farm Can Be Your New BFF

Recently acquiring land in Dunlap, owners and farmers Alysia and Stephanie use permaculture principles to steward the land for future generations and seek to contribute to the community through wholesome engagement and education At Bird Fork Farm (BFF), their mission...

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Kale Yeah To New Vendors!

Kale Yeah To New Vendors!

Ingredients: Half a bunch of kale from White Oak Valley Farm 1 Tbsp avocado oil 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper 1 tsp garlic powder 1/2 tsp salt 2 Tbsp nutritional yeast Juice from 1/3 a lemon Set oven to 350 De-stem your kale and rip into bite sized pieces. Place it in a...

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Savory & Simple

Savory & Simple

Savory Oats with brats and chives Serves 2 Ingredients: 2/3 cup oats 1 1/2 cup bone broth Toppings: Bratwurst from Land to Table Farm Chopped chives from Laurelbrook Farm Sautéed onion Cilantro Over easy egg Turn your oven to 350 and place your brat(s) on a oiled cast...

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Pleased To Be In A Pickle

Pleased To Be In A Pickle

Pickled Deviled Eggs This recipe is great because its dairy free and less fat since there is no mayo or other creamy ingredients added, which means you can eat more! 1. Simply slice the amount of pickled eggs you'd like to serve in half and place on a decorative...

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Cornbred Fed

Cornbred Fed

Cornmeal from Red Clay Farm Eggs from Circle S Farm Cream from Orchard House Creamery In a 6-7 inch cast iron Preheat oven to 450. Oil your cast iron and let it warm up in there. Mix wet ingredients: 2 pullet eggs or one normal eggs 1 cup raw cream 3 T avocado oil (or...

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