On Thursday, October 27, the Whallonsburg Grange Hall will present a cooking class entitled "Eat Like It’s 1799," taught by Lela Niemetz, registered dietitian-nutritionist and owner of the nutritional company FoodFeasible. Eat local like locals past! Lela will guide … [Read more...] about Grange to Host Cooking Class Featuring Local Historic Recipes
Last night was the second time I walked behind the majestic team of black Percheron mares — Pat and Pearl. “It’s like spinning on a swing,” I attempt to explain to Matt Volz, owner of Greyrock Farm, grinning as he hands me last season’s potato. The potato unearthed just now, … [Read more...] about Harrow & Haw. Gee & Glee: Oceanic Feeling
Like many parts to my life, this volunteer group happened at random. I was living in Waterville, NY and at the time working full time in Utica. By chance a request came through for a volunteer talk on diabetes in none-other than my hometown of Cleveland, NY. I jumped at this … [Read more...] about Your Mother & Your Grandmother’s Recipes
Office Grounds Tour For Essex Week One it was only fitting to bring Meg Lowe, the FoodFeasible culinary genius. Meg is a grad student working fulltime with a family of Andy Sims (bread baker), and three rowdy rescue dogs, Loki, Guido, and Tucker. I prefer to call Meg and Andy … [Read more...] about The Thinkers and The Dreamers a Band Without Instruments or Singers
As FoodFeasible takes physical form, I find myself crossing paths with all sorts of intriguing people and events. I sometimes cannot differentiate between overpowering feelings of excitement, anticipation, and anxiety. Usually all overtaking me at once and I find myself at an … [Read more...] about Catch Fish. Eat Whole. Write About It.