31 January 2013

podcasts & book clubs

I've got a kale chip redemption story to tell you, but before I do, I wanted to pop in and let you know about a few things I've been up to elsewhere on the Internets.

The latest episode of the From Scratch Club Podcast is available! In Episode 10, we focus on grassroots movements and small acts of food justice, including interviews with the founders of both the Schenectady Greenmarket and Delaware Community School's Friendship Garden. The above picture is of me practicing for my NPR headshot.

Speaking of the podcast, we have a comprehensive round-up of the first year of the show right here. You can see a list of every person we've interviewed and all of the show themes, if you are interested in catching up or taking a stroll down memory lane.

We are also launching the 3rd round of the FSC Book Club tomorrow February 1! We read through The Homemade Pantry: 101 Foods You Can Stop Buying & Start Making by Alana Chernila last round and it was fantastic. This time, we are cooking along with Whole Grains for a New Generation by Liana Krissoff! I am super excited to be moderating again and to see all of the questions, tips and tangential conversations that emerge in this new session of our no-stress, online book club. Read more about it here.

1 comment:

  1. Love the headshot in preparation for NPR!

    I'm looking forward to the next book club selection. I enjoyed Alana's book so much!

    Your podcasts rock, btw. I would like to pick your brain on how to do one, so I can be a superstar at work.


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