The question is this: would anyone visit the Decker Creek B&B without a dog?  “Yes, amazingly,” says Pat Rathbun, who runs the Manor rental cottage with her husband, Byron. “Forty ...
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The typical greenhouse-grown tomato looks and tastes like a hard pink sponge, and consumers of local, organic produce have tended to be suspicious. Not intimidated in the slightest, Reliable Organics ...
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Photography by Jody Horton The culmination of your late-summer / early-fall planting stares at you from a bowl. What do you do? Treat it simply. Whisk together 2 teaspoons champagne vinegar and 5 ...
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 If YouthLaunch organizers have their way, 20 new farmers, ages 14 to 18, will sprout on Austin’s East side, just in time for spring planting. But first, there’s farmland to find. Russell ...
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As the man behind the World’s Best Eggs, Jeremiah Cunningham understands the unending search for excellence in all things poultry. Less than a year after going into business as Coyote Creek Farm, ...
Read more: A New Daily Grind