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Crop to Cuisine: The Politics of Food

19 Jan 2009 |
View all related to chickens | Crop to Cuisine | Local Food | Politics | Water
A day before President Elect Obama is sworn in, Crop To Cuisine explores the politics of our food. We speak with professor and author of Food Politics Marion Nestle about the incoming administration, and Bart Miller, Water Program Director at Western Resource Advocates.
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Crop to Cuisine: Homebrewing for the Planet

05 Jan 2009 |
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Crop To Cuisine explores the world of brewing beer at home, speaking with Richard Berkey and Brian Carter, owners of Hop To It Homebrew supply shows. They explain the joys of brewing, and the benefits, ranging from economic to entertainment.
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Crop to Cuisine: Animal Production

15 Dec 2008 |
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On this episode of Crop To Cuisine we take a look at Farm Animal Production, around the country and in Colorado. Robert Martin of the Pew Commission on Industrial Farm Production joins us to discuss the results of their study. Mr. Martin explains the impact of industrial animal production on the environment, animal welfare, social health, and our wallets. Dov takes a trip to a cattle operation in Dacono, Colorado, where Frank Silva has been raising beautiful Highland Cattle for over 18 years.
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Crop to Cuisine: Farm Aid's moe. & Local Food Superheroes

17 Nov 2008 |
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This week on Crop To Cuisine, we hear from moe. Well, not the entire band. But Al Schnier, guitarist, keyboard and vocals for the band shares his thoughts on the local food movement. He also tells us about their participation in Farm Aid 2008. We also talk with two people on the scene in the Denver metro area, doing what they can to help ordinary people choose local when possible.
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Crop to Cuisine: The Annual Pueblo Chile & Frijoles Festival

15 Sep 2008 |
View all related to Crop to Cuisine | Local Food
Pueblo is a town on Colorado’s Front range, about 45 min south of Colorado Springs. The town is fairly small, home to a little more than 100,000 people. But over one weekend every September, this small town almost doubles in size. Almost 100,000 visitors from all over the country, some from as far away as Hawaii and Alaska, come to celebrate the annual Pueblo Chili and Frijoles Festival.
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Crop to Cuisine: Colorado Goat Cheese & Denver's Harvest Week

18 Aug 2008 |
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This week on Crop To Cuisine, we talk with internationally acclaimed Haystack Mountain Goat Dairy. Haystack Mountain quickly worked its way onto the international culinary stage beginning in the late 90’s with an array of quality goat cheeses. Since then, they’ve grown by leaps and bounds, and continue to receive recognition all over the world.
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Crop to Cuisine: Innovations in Farming & Gardening

04 Aug 2008 |
View all related to agriculture | Crop to Cuisine | Food | Local Food | urban agriculture
Around the world, we face the worst food crisis in a decade. Many factors effect the cost and availability of food. But regardless of the political, social, and economic influences, we need to rethink the way we grow our food. If people around the world are going to feed themselves, we need to stop thinking in the past. This episode of Crop To Cuisine addresses somewhat new methods of farming & gardening.
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Crop to Cuisine: Supporting Local with Sports Nutrition

14 Jul 2008 |
View all related to Crop to Cuisine | Local Food
Summertime is here, and that means a whole lot more time outdoors. More active lifestyles require changes in our diets. For some it means energy bars and Gatorade on long bike rides. But for those of us looking to support local food, what can we do? No need to fret. This episode of Crop To Cuisine will look at what we should be fueling our active lifestyles with, and how we can do so using local food and ingredients.
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Crop to Cuisine: Colorado Fine Food & Wine

30 Jun 2008 |
View all related to Crop to Cuisine | Food | Local Food
Crop To Cuisine takes a look at the foundations of sustainable agriculture and food from the food and wine industry, with a special focus on the food and wine in Colorado.
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Crop to Cuisine: Midwest Permaculture

09 Jun 2008 |
View all related to Crop to Cuisine | Permaculture
In this episode of Crop To Cuisine, we talk with the people from Midwest Permaculture about the roots of the movement, and the growing interest all around the world in permaculture. We are also joined by Sandy Cruz, a specialist in High Altitude Permaculture in the Rocky Mountain region, and learn how she is able to grow tomatoes at 9200 ft all year long.