Articles Tagged “goat”
A San Francisco family shows us that you don't need a rooftop to farm in the city.Read More »
Cauliflower becomes centerpiece, and a stunning vegetarian main is born.Read More »
Each week in Kickstarter Love, Feed52 will feature a Kickstarter project that focuses on food and the community. Basically, it’s about cool people doing cool things with food. This week, a goat dairy could be a tool for economic and youth development.Read More »
This edition of Amanda's kids' lunch is brought to you by Amanda's CSA haul: pattypan squash and broccoli (cooked in lots of olive oil and a little bit of water over high heat) with sour cream cilantro sauce and goat cheese, plus Greek yogurt with dark honey and blueberries for dessert.
How are you cooking up summer's abundance of summer squash?Read More »
The final installment of Sara, Neftali, and Sally's Oaxacan-style goat roast.Read More »
The third installment of Sara, Neftali, and Sally's Oaxacan-style goat roast.Read More »
The second installment of Sara, Neftali, and Sally's Oaxacan-style goat roast.Read More »
The first installment of Sara, Neftali, and Sally's Oaxacan-style goat roast.Read More »
We're celebrating the artisans, writers, makers, and more who make up the diverse and inspiring world of food.
Today: Wendy Smith Born shares a day at Metropolitan Bakery with Supply Chain, from baking bread in the wee hours of the morning to shopping for cheese at the local farmer's market.
Wendy Smith Born is the co-owner of Metropolitan Bakery, a Philadelphia institution since it was founded in 1993. Together, she and pastry chef James Barrett have created a home for their quality, artisanal bread and other baked goods, as well as local jams, cheeses, and spreads. In addition to their bakery, Wendy and James co-authored the Metropolitan Bakery Cookbook, brimming with recipes for their signature cookies, cakes, pies, and more.
Here she shows us what a typical Saturday looks like around the bakery, along with pastry chef James Barrett -- their days start early.
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