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, […]

Making a braided challah bread

Hey folks, today we’re going to do some bread. Em we’re gonna do something called challah which is traditionally a Jewish bread that’s eaten on Shabbat and also on Rosh Hashana appropriately so happy new year to all my Jewish friends out there and Rosh Hashanaa starts tonight for those who don’t know. This bread […]


Summer Barbeque Ideas for Everyone Having a summer BBQ is a fun way to bring people together. Whether neighbors, work colleagues, or family � a BBQ in the summer is the ideal way to do it. It�s the causal atmosphere, the games you play, and the food you eat which will bring you all together […]

A very short guide to making pancakes

Hey folks, I’m Eli_App_D and today we’re making pancakes! So today we’re talking pancakes and in the UK, or rather most of the UK, when people talk about pancakes the mean those really, really flat, paper thin crepes from France. Apart from Scotland however. Here in Scotland when we talk about pancakes, we mean these […]

Tour a Thriving 23-Year-Old Permaculture Food Forest – An Invitation for Wildness

My philosophy about what to do in the world isn’t, go to a pristine area and live there and enjoy your life. It’s to find a place that’s degraded and fix it up. Twenty-three years ago we started developing the food forest system here. A food forest is a permanent planting. So you want to […]

SDSU Dining: Vegan Cooking

To me chefs are the future. Chefs are the heroes right now they’re the ones that make the decisions of what goes on the plate. We came here today at the invite of San Diego State University to work with chefs in the kitchen and show them how to make really amazing plant-based food. As […]

Walmer Castle Kitchen Garden: From Plot to Plate

Spring is my favourite time of year. I just love all the blossom. I love all the spring bulbs that come through. People have been growing produce here at Walmer Castle for about 300 years. The visitors here really love the connection between the kitchen garden and the tea rooms. We grow produce all year […]

Baker family photographs from 1890s to 1920s

Cheshire Archives & Local Studies CheshireRO cheshire_archives CheshireRO Baker Family Photographs 1897-1927 D 8082_213 Harry Baker (1859-1935) was a prolific amateur photographer from the 1800s to the 1920s. Later in life his daughter Margaret joined him in his love of photography. He was by profession a chemist, a lecturer and assistant to Professor Sir Henry […]

Munchies Presents: Old-School Italian Cooking With Danny Smiles

What’s up kids? I’m Danny Smiles. I’m out here in the East End, Montreal. I’m a second generation Italian. Though I feel like I’m a first generation, just watering my driveway right now. We’re out here at the Toronni residence. I love these humans, they’re beautiful. They’re very special and it’s the reason why I’m […]

Fresh vs Frozen Food

With the advent of freezers, we’re able to keep our food lasting longer than ever before, But is there a difference between fresh and frozen produce in terms of nutrition? Which should you be eating? You instinct may be to shout out “Of course fresh food is better. It’s fresh.” And you may be right. […]