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Harvest, 2014

Cover 33Issue #33 of Iowa’s premiere source for local food is now online.  It includes your invitation to the first Public Hearth event, and the new trailer to our Public Television show Edible Feast.  Tune in!

In this issue:

Field to Family — Local food festival returns to Iowa City for its 13th year

Grist for the Mill

Sweet Harvest — Hand-picking sweet corn at Dan D Farms in Knoxville — by Robert Leonard

Building Connections — Eat Greater Des Moines boosts local food efforts — by Renee Bricks

Buy Iowa —Regional food co-ops take off in Cedar Rapids and Des Moines — by Cindy Hadish

Pierce’s Pumpkin Patch  by Robert Leonard

The Future of Food in Iowa — A Voter’s Guide

The Public Hearth — Sun-dried tomatoes — by Bob Saar

Prairie Gold — An essay on honey and marriage — by Chris Wiewiora

Edible Nation — Building the soil of a restorative economy: A conversation with Slow Money visionary Woody Tasch — by Bill Giebler

Edible Imbibables — Manchester’s Franklin Street Brewing — by Tim Rask & Jeff Allen

The Last Word — Defending Beef: The Case for Sustainable Meat Production – The Manifesto of Read More

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A Public Hearth Cooking Event: Three Days on One Chicken (And other Depression folklore)

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Join in on the first Public Heath cooking event!

 

 

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This program is Edible‘s effort to share the basic techniques of cooking – to teach fundamentals (as opposed to recipes), and to encourage each student to share what s/he has learned.  We call that #CookItForward.

The Public Hearth was the brainchild of Edible Iowa publisher Kurt Michael Friese, based on two separate essays he wrote about America’s cooking problem.  You can follow (and contribute to!) the development of the Public Hearth on the Facebook page, and by following on Twitter at @ThePublicHearth.

Meanwhile please share widely, and we hope you’ll join us for the class.

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