The spread of COVID-19 virus is teaching many of us living in urban places just how connected we are to one another, and how divorced we have become from rural life.
“Kitchen Table Talk to Global Forum” is the topic of next year’s triennial conference, a theme that inspired us to compile a cookbook featuring essays and recipes reflecting sociocultural aspects of food and its production, and samples of our members’ culinary heritage (The Digital Press at the University of North Dakota, publisher). Many thanks … Continue reading Seeking Recipes
The best use for squash the size of a baseball bat? Zucchini bread, of course!
My favorite memories are of Sundays at Mam-maw’s kitchen table
Sharing recipes that produce our favorite dishes is a form of intimate conversation.
Land is power.
How can we connect rural grocers and farmers to overcome food deserts?
Feminism, food, and fun made "Tamale Making and Storytelling" one of the most productive academic panels Salmanson has ever attended.
Extension Service topic specialist Harriette Cushman oversaw a multi-faceted poultry program. She loved her job, but writing poetry was her passion.
After the Second World War, the development of agribusiness exploded with unprecedented ferocity. Out of all of the changes that agribusinesses attempted to impress upon farming communities, a reorientation of gender roles may be the most profound.