• Wed
    May 30
    7:00 pm -
    8:00 pm
  • Fri
    Jun 01
    7:00 am -
    8:00 am

Farmer's Markets-Fresh Produce in Fresh Air

Fresh greens and berriesWednesdays and Saturdays are my two favorite parts of the week May-October because the outdoor Fairfield Farmer's Market is a fixture at Howard Park.  Going to the market is a multi-dimensional experience.  First, if you don't have a garden of your own, it gives you an intimate opportunity to harmonize with the changing products of the growing season.  Each table is laden with what nature is providing a particular grower at that specific moment.  Then, there is the chance to forge a link between what you eventually will serve to family and friends with the person responsible for growing it.  That human bond adds another dimension to the overall food experience.  Your food becomes traceable-how it is grown, where, by whom, all within the reach of a conversation.

  • Wed
    Apr 13
    7:00 pm -
    8:00 pm
  • Fri
    Apr 15
    7:00 am -
    8:00 am

Community Supported Agriculture, Fruit Trees & Fried Artichokes

Asian GreensRachel & Devi-Radiance DairySpring is here?  Well, close enough for us to showcase Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) and the opportunities that abound locally and nationally.  The Asian greens pictured on this post come from a local CSA.  Asian greens are so simple and quick to serve plus they give a lot of nutrition back to us.  A fast and tasty method is to thinly slice some garlic and toss it into a pan that's been heated with a small amount of extra virgin olive oil.  Let the garlic soften over a medium low fire, but not brown.  After 2-3 minutes of cooking the garlic toss in the greens, hit them with a generous sprinkle of sea salt and use a tongs to mix them in the hot pan.  Cook until they are a bit wilted, but still maintain their bright color.  It only takes another 2-3 minutes.  Serve with a spritz of lemon or lemon zest on top and maybe a drizzle of olive oil.

Ginny HughesJoin James Moore for a lively discussion with Ginny Hughes, communityDean Goodale family relations manager for the Jefferson County Health Center, and learn all about the new state of the art facility. Ginny is also a board director of the Fairfield Area Chamber of Commerce.

James also discusses winter CSAs, the upcoming spring CSA and more with Dean Goodale, who is running Maharishi Vedic City Organic Farm.

We're covering a lot of ground on the next GREAT TASTE-from our local soil to New York's Fancy Food Show, Mexico & more!

Dean Goodale
drops by the studio for an update on the state of local Comunity Supported Agriculture (CSA) efforts.

Torrey Witherspoon
from the AT HOME STORE has some chocolate treats for us to sample plus all the latest product trends she saw in the Big Apple.

Also, some cheeses you MUST taste (we will be doing just that), a Mexican cooking event not-to-be-missed, positive news out of Washington, and lots more....

Wednesday, July 15, 7-8 PM

Friday's rebroadcast 7-8 AM




Find out how to participate and enjoy three seasons worth of great food right from the garden!

Deann Goodale, Kim Steele-Blair, and Alex Kachan talking CSA's on Great Taste plus MORE!!!!

Kathy and Pam are out of town so Steve is going to create some "fast food" mischief.

For info on CSA's go to: http://www.localharvest.org/csa/

To contact our guests:

Kim Steele-Blair, Bloom and Bark CSA-www.bloomandbark.com or email:  bloomandbark@netins.net

Alex Kachan, Abundance CSA-akachan@mum.edu

Dean Goodale, Maharishi Vedic City CSA-www.mvccsa.com


Fresh Sweet Corn

Summer's First Vine Ripened Tomatoes

Beans, Squash, Potatoes

It's All Coming On Strong Now!

We're visiting with local producers of the freshest, best tastiing food around.

Tune in Wednesday 7-8 pm and Friday 7-8 am (replay)