Recipes

Eat the Desert: Elderberry

Written by: Emma Jones Elderberry is a plant closely rooted to human development. With several varieties found across the globe, many communities have used its flowers and berries for medicinal ...
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Homegrown Gourmet: Garden Snails

Written by: Vilheim Piwowarek If you are a farmer or gardener, you have likely encountered snails, and they can sometimes be a problem. Snail infestations often need to be controlled ...
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Cricket Flour Cookies

Written by: Vilheim Piwowarek Many of us Westerners find the very idea of eating insects distasteful but we're in the minority. Insects are eaten in 80% of the worlds countries ...
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International Visitors to the DOT Garden

On Thursday, we had international visitors in the DOT Garden. Sarah Montgomery, Director of The Garden’s Edge, a local non-profit, brought two farmers that she works with in Rabinal, Guatemala ...
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Urban Foraging and the Prickly Pear

Food can be found in places we don't expect.  The arroyo that runs by my house in a suburb of Albuquerque offers up plump prickly pear tunas every fall, urging ...
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