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The Farmer's Guild & Classic Snacks Made from Scratch: On today’s episode of Sharp & Hot, host Emily Peterson is joined by Evan Wiig & Tiffany Nurrenbern who talk about The Farmer’s Guild, next generation of farmers, the support structures they need and how to help. After the break, Sean DeTore tells Emily about his pun-driven viewing of Pee Wee’s Playhouse that inspired his Meka Leka Hi Meka Hiney Homemade Ho Hos, with commentary from Casey Barber, author of Classic Snacks Made from Scratch. This program was brought to you by White Oak Pastures.

"Most poultry farmers in America are the equivalent of indentured servants." [13:00]

--Evan Wiig On Sharp & Hot

"People don''t realize their ovens have hot spots and cool spots." [28:00]

--Casey Barber on Sharp & Hot


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Michael Stenta is a computer programmer with a passion for farming, cultivation, and information. He has worked on farms in Connecticut, Maine, and Washington state, and is now settling into his own little homestead in Connecticut, helping local farmers set up their own websites and developing open source farm management and record keeping software. This program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA

For those unfamiliar with the concept of open source, it's an idea that by sharing plans - from software to real world devices and tools - everyone benefits." [08:30]

--Michael Stenta on Greenhorns Radio


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This week's featured farmer is Mike Sullivan:

Churchill Orchard Manager, picker, tour guide, weeder, legal counsel, bricoleur, grafter, security guard, fruit packer, and laborer, Mike Sullivan, loves his work. After doing less physically fulfilling, psychically rewarding, and mentally engaging work, he is at home caring for avocados, Ojai Pixie Tangerines, and Kishu mandarins in Ojai, California. Mike works with owners Jim Churchill and Lisa Brenneis, who continue to make the serious business of farming a fun and interesting venture for him. Today's program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA.

"My tasks are wide and varied. I did all the pruning, which is crazy considering I don't have a background in this." [07:00]

--Mike Sullivan on Greenhorns Radio


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