Blog, Teaching Kitchen
By kelly / November 17, 2017

DIY Gifts Come from the Heart

Ultimately, especially as an underpaid teen and then young adult, I always felt that with these gifts I could give more to those I love without having to extend my credit line.

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Teaching Kitchen
By kelly / November 4, 2017

Less Stress, More Dressing: Elevating Your Thanksgiving Meal

By Stephanie Michalak, Chef/Culinary Manager As a child of divorced parents, I sat in the back of multiple cars visiting...

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Blog, Teaching Kitchen
By kelly / October 24, 2017

Integrative Medical Teachers Will Spice Up ‘Wellness at Turner Farm’

The concept of “food as medicine” is gaining popularity in medical circles and among everyday Americans. Medical schools around thecountry...

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Adult Education, Blog, Teaching Kitchen
By kelly / October 4, 2017

Sarah Black Returns with ‘Ancient Grains’

After two sold-out classes this summer in the Turner Farm Teaching Kitchen, famed bread maker Sarah Black is returning to...

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Blog
By kelly / September 18, 2017

Army Veteran Leaves Legacy at Turner Farm

In March, See took over the Veteran Garden, growing garlic, peppers, tomatoes and various leaf vegetables for sale at local markets, the Turner Farm Market and to restaurants.

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Blog, Teaching Kitchen
By kelly / September 1, 2017

Everything in Its Place

Meal planning and preparing can mean the difference between blissful success and extreme frustration during a dietary shift, especially when you are crunched for time and energy.

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Adult Education, Blog, How To, Teaching Kitchen
By kelly / August 17, 2017

A Tale of Two Pantries

Maintaining a set of key non-perishable ingredients can help you, and anyone you live with, save money, make healthier choices, and be more successfully prepared for impromptu meals

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Blog, Newsletter
By kelly / August 11, 2017

Newsletter 8-9-17

Spend enough time outdoors over the next week and you will feel the intensity of the inferno waining. The first cool winds that will eventually carry autumn into the garden will stir up in the early morning and late evening.

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Blog, Teaching Kitchen
By kelly / August 9, 2017

For the Love of Lamb

Whether you braise, grill, or roast, there is a cut of lamb that works well for the cooking style. Sometimes it just helps to know what goes well with what, especially if you are attempting to cook lamb for the first time and are not going out and attempting to eat it at a restaurant.

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Blog, Newsletter
By kelly / July 26, 2017

Newsletter 7-25-17

Friend or foe? The answer isn't always so clear. Take for instance the caterpillar that has spent many days getting big and...

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Adult Education
By kelly / July 18, 2017

Winter is Coming

With enough planning and a few tricks, a home garden of any size can be planted for a successful yield through even the worst parts of winter.

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By kelly / July 14, 2017

Newsletter 7-14-17

This moment in the season is a special time of transition. Summer has taken off at full speed, the pastel...

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Blog, Teaching Kitchen
By kelly / July 5, 2017

Turner Farm’s New Chef Provides Vital Link Between Fields and Kitchen

People want to know how to make at least a few things so they do not always feel obligated to go out to eat. I believe that teaching kitchens can re-engage individuals and reinvigorate healthy relationships with not only cooking and eating, but within families and communities themselves.

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Blog, Newsletter
By kelly / June 23, 2017

Newsletter, 6/22/17

Hi Folks, On more than 200 acres, there are many paths leading to many different places. Turner Farm has its own...

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Adult Education
By kelly / June 12, 2017

Award-Winning Farmstead Butcher to Host Local Workshops

There are advantages to farmstead butchery, mainly in the low-stress ending to an animal's life.

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Blog, Teaching Kitchen
By kelly / May 10, 2017

‘Teaching Kitchen Movement’ Featured on PBS NewsHour

At the heart of this movement is the growing number of doctors, educators, culinary professionals and food producers (including Turner Farm) who recognize the importance of nutrition and personal stewardship in combating America's healthcare crisis.

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By kelly / April 27, 2017

Newsletter April 24, 2017

Hi Folks, The coyote was taller than most that had been seen at the farm in recent years, and it...

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By kelly / April 4, 2017

Renowned Integrative Physician Shares Stewardship Message at Turner Farm

Since 2013, Dr. Sian Cotton has served as the Director of the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine’s Center for...

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By kelly / March 30, 2017

Movement, Energy Guide ‘Lunch and Learn’ Instructor

When the Lunch and Learn series returns to Turner Farm on April 13, participants will be treated to not only...

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Newsletter
By kelly / March 15, 2017

March 14, 2017

Trying to get your bearings in the mad onrush of spring isn't easy. The 70-degree days give way to the...

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By kelly / February 28, 2017

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