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Living the Sustainable Life: Cooking with Dandelion
  • Apr 1, 2013
Living the Sustainable Life: Cooking with Dandelion

For some, living a sustainable life is a far-fetched dream. Many lack access to sustainable recipes, markets, or essential ingredients to make this movement a reality. Recently, our friend Anastasia Plakias of the Brooklyn Grange gave us some delicious ideas for cooking with an unlikely, but easy to find ingredient: Dandelion. Below is Anastasia’s featured recipe, which can be made even tastier using Heritage Pork Jowl. To hear the entire segment from Heritage Radio Network, click here.

Deep Mountain Maple Syrup
  • Mar 19, 2013
Deep Mountain Maple Syrup

Long before it ends up on your pancakes, maple syrup undergoes a major transformation - from sapling to Sunday morning delight. Though the sap-to-syrup process may be foreign to some, our friends at Deep Mountain have a true passion for woodland agriculture and for making pure, organic maple syrup. Like all of our partners, their family-owned business is rooted in tradition and prides itself on the use of eco-friendly resources. This short video takes a deeper look at the production of their craft and the poetic philosophy behind it. The post Deep Mountain Maple Syrup appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.

I Am a Pig.
  • Mar 19, 2013
I Am a Pig.

There are about 900 million of my kind in the world. Wherever I have ever existed, humans have done well. My domestic brethren are fertile year round and offer a reliable source of food. I was the primary source of meat for middle Stone Age peoples. Cro-Magnons drew pictures of my kind on the walls […] The post I Am a Pig. appeared first on HERITAGE FOODS USA.