Father, Chef, urban farmer, craft vinegar vintner, and sustainable farm to table food “sourcerer”, Chef Jonathon Sawyer is a James Beard award winning chef and Cleveland native.
Our #8isEnoughQuestions interview with Molly Kroiz, owner and artisan cheese maker of Georges Mill Farm Artisan Cheese. Molly and her crew sustainably seasonally produce a variety of goat cheeses including Dutchman’s Creek Chèvre, Catoctin, Calvary Camp Ash, Picnic Woods, Georges Mill Feta, Short Hill Mountain Tomme.
Father Leo Patalinghug is a Catholic priest who is also an internationally known chef, author, speaker, martial artist, breakdancer, and leader of the Grace Before Meals movement. Father Leo joined us for a special audio #8isEnoughQuestions interview as part of our Farm to Family Food Chain series with farmers, chefs, retailers, and more.
Our Italian Meatballs recipe evolved from an old family recipe and is now one of our family’s favorites. It’s really easy, tastes great, and all the kids love to help make them. So try it for yourself and let us know what you think!
Born in Florence, Italy Chef Fabio Viviani is everywhere! An award winning chef with multiple restaurants in Southern California and Chicago, best-selling cookbooks (e.g. Fabio’s Italian Kitchen), his own wines, a digital magazine for entrepreneurs, Chef Viviani is probably best known for the charismatic passion he brings to television.
I love coffee. Especially a great coffee with milk, sugar, and maybe chocolate? Vanilla? Caramel? Chai? Mmmmm. Full Van Fun is about farm to family food, music, and destinations parents and children can both enjoy, and for us, the whole family enjoys when I have coffee. These are our 10 Favorite Coffee Spots from more than 20,000 miles of roadtrips around the U.S. and Canada over the last few years.
When it comes time to get our Thanksgiving turkey, one of our favorite local sources is Whiffletree Farm. This Thanksgiving, we wanted to feature an #8isEnoughQuestions interview with a key person in the Farm to Family Food Chain – a farmer, like so many others, who work hard everyday so that we can enjoy our Thanksgiving turkey.
What is Farm to Family Food? Eat better, together. The idea is straightforward, make what you eat, know where it came from, and involve the whole family. Farm to Family Food doesn’t have to be exclusive, “artisinal”, or perfect. Here are five tips for bringing Farm to Family home this Thanksgiving and all year long!
There are few things both parents and children can enjoy more than CHOCOLATE! These are our Top 10 Chocolate Destinations from more than 20,000 miles of roadtrips around the U.S. and Canada over the last few years.
We love potatoes. Baked, mashed, fried, roasted, scalloped, boiled, you name it. This recipe is one of our favorite ways to prepare potatoes. We combine the freshness of green onions and Herbes de Provence with the comfort of cheese and the heartiness of potatoes to create a delicious side dish for any meal.