Change the Kitchen Layout! | Budget Mobile Home Remodel #21

hey guys and welcome to Green Acre Homestead. I’m Angela and we’re in the middle of a budget mobile home kitchen renovation. Yesterday we got new cabinets but today we’ve changed our minds. Last night we kind of mocked up the kitchen and we were looking at it and talking about countertops and stuff and […]

Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Cluster

If you enjoy the outdoors, working with animals or plants and don’t mind getting your hands dirty, dig no deeper for a career in the Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources career cluster. A wide variety of options exists in this career cluster including horticulture, landscape technician, urban forestry, veterinary technician, dairy herd management, agriculture power […]

Future of Food: Farming in the age of climate change

I’ve kind of accepted my fate, in a way, of being, sort of, the guy that’s alarmed about this before everybody else is. “One slice of New York cheesecake.” Why is it, in so many of the sci-fi movies, “Breakfast of champions.” food of the future comes out of a gadget? “Hydrate level four, please.” […]

Growing and Foraging 100% of My Food – Day 333 Update

Hey everybody, Rob Greenfield here, and today is day 333 of growing and foraging all of my food. No restaurants, no grocery stores, no pantries at a friend’s house, no dumpster diving, no eating from another friend’s garden. Literally growing and foraging 100% of my food. It’s been about 4 months since my last update, […]

Zéro déchet dans sa cuisine mobile sur les fermes du Québec – Kimchi et autres!

To be faithful to ourself is to listen, in the roar of the world, our own murmur and to follow it’s direction. We enter here. It would be amazing to work directly with local farmers! So I talked with Sonia and Etienne, owners of Le Jardin Du Village, And I asked them: -Would you be […]

Ugly food: a solution to food wastage?

We buy the plants, we get the ground ready. We’re waiting two or three months before we finally get it there. We’ll be waiting the whole season to make money. And then you can just get a hail storm that will clean you up. It’s coming close to harvest time for Hawkesbury farmer Manuel Cherry. […]

Seared Romaine and Eggs | Kitchen Vignettes | PBS Food

(“Gentle Marimbas” by Podington Bear) (birds chirping) – I’m Alanna Rose. My husband and I, with my husband’s brother and his wife, all co-own and operate Cairncrest Farm. We’re in central New York. We’re producing a 100% grass-fed beef, lamb, pastured pork, and pastured eggs. (hens clucking) What’s wonderful about pastured hens is that they […]

Undercover at Smithfield Foods (2012 Webby Award Winner)

What we found were extraordinarily inhumane conditions at Smithfield Foods, the largest pork producer in the entire world. I still remember the first time I ever laid eyes on a gestation crate facility and seeing the helplessness of these animals who have done nothing to deserve the fate that they’re enduring, suffering inside of these […]

Hay Day Kitchen: Apple Jam

HAY DAY KITCHEN APPLE JAM 5 RED APPLES (WASHED) CUT APPLE INTO BIG SLICES MAKE SURE TO LEAVE OUT THE CORE DICE APPLES INTO SMALL CUBES ENOUGH TO FILL 4 CUPS IN A COOKING POT, ADD DICED APPLES ADD 3/4 CUP SUGAR ADD 2 TBSP CINNAMON ADD 1 CUP APPLE JUICE GENTLY STIR AS IT […]

The Bard College Farm

♪ ♪ ♪ [Carter Vanderbilt:] Without student interest the farm never would have happened. A number of students got together and basically tabled for three weeks to get not just the money for the project but also to demonstrate that this was a thing that students really were backing and really wanted to happen at […]