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Published September 26th, 2012

Running time: 6 Minutes

By Austin Sherman

Mel & Patricia Ziegler speak to HRN about SLOW, their new fruit, grain, and vegetable based energy bar inspired by savory flavors from around the world

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Linda Pelaccio welcomes Josh Kilmer-Purcell and his husband Brent Ridge, who are known as The Fabulous Beekman Boys, to this week's episode of A Taste of the Past! The Beekman Boys describe themselves as "Two NYC guys who bought a farm and are sharing their experiment in living better lives, season by season, neighbor by neighbor." They are the stars of The Fabulous Beekman Boys, a reality TV show now broadcasting on The Cooking Channel, and have many other endeavors, including running a farm, a mercantile, writing cookbooks and many more. Their new Beekman 1802 Heirloom Vegetable Cookbook is a delectable yearlong trip through the Beekman vegetable bounty and is packed with simple, delicious, and seasonal vegetable-forward recipes that will have readers counting down the months to green shoots every year. This program was sponsored by Fairway Market.

"This idea of growing your own crops and appreciating heirloom varieties is very important to us. [10:00]

--Brent Ridge on A Taste of the Past

"Whenever you meet an unfamiliar vegetable - know that anything can be roasted. Toss it in olive oil put in an oven bake it at 400 degrees until its soft and see how it tastes." [15:00]

--Josh Kilmer-Purcell on A Taste of the Past


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Greg Schundler is an innovative and experienced sustainability professional. He founded the Cascadia Cargo Cooperative, which delivers fresh, local produce in and around Olympia, WA by boat. Prior to this, Greg worked for DHA Energy as a highly successful Business Development Specialist, leading their expansion into renewable energy markets. He worked for Fungi Perfecti, also out of Olympia, WA, selling mushrooms nationwide. A Renaissance Man of sorts, Greg has experience woodworking, foraging, gardening, managing livestock, studying neuroeconomics, among others. Today's program was brought to you by Heritage Foods USA.

"We have a choice every day when we buy our food how to nourish the land and how to nourish people in a thoughtful way." [10:45]

Greg Shundler on Greenhorns Radio


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