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Spring

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Roasted Asparagus

Chef’s Recipe INGREDIENTS Asparagus (Look for the freshest spears you can find at your favorite farmers market. No matter the size, the tips should be tight, with no fraying.) 1/4 stick of butter Salt Olive oil Juice of half a lemon Pecorino Romano or Manchego cheese Fresh herbs* 1) Heat oven to 450 degrees. 2) […]

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How To: Peel White Asparagus

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Finders, Keepers

FARMbloomington chef Daniel Orr grew up roaming the woods in Columbus, Indiana. His parents instilled in him a love of wild-grown food by harvesting raspberries, apples, black walnuts, and other forage-worthy items on their land. As an Eagle Scout, he learned to identify edible plants and roots—a habit that has stayed with him and helped […]

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Field Of Dreams

I am a farmer. When friends hear me speak of it, they make references to the 1960s sitcom Green Acres, which featured the journey from “high society” to “hillbilly” that one New York City couple took when they moved to a farm. I understand the comparison: I am the most unusual of suspects to be […]

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The Hoosier Kitchen

Any time you want a strawberry, there are strawberries to be had. The same goes for peaches, apples, Brussels sprouts—all of those so-called fresh foods waiting for you just a shopping trip away. The problem with that kind of convenience is that it cheats us out of enjoying fruits and vegetables when their flavors are […]

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