Join nutrition educator Kim Sopczyk for valuable cooking ideas and tips on how to make the most out of locally-grown fresh food. This delightful cooking series will also take you outside of the kitchen to meet local farmers and agricultural experts who will help you discover the bounty of New York's Capital Region.Visit From Farm to Table Website
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Find out how honey and yogurt are produced, learn about CSAs and more seasonal treats.
Learn about sustainable farming and milk production and so much more.
Learn about apples, cider production, winter squash, and root vegetables.
Kim shows you how to store your own fruits and vegetables for year-round enjoyment.
From cider to oatmeal or stuffing to sides, apples are a versatile ingredient for a chef.
Kim prepares skillet dishes inspired by the season and a trip to the farmers' market.
Low-cost technology increases yields, quality and extends the season on an organic farm.
Kim Sopczyk prepares an enticing array of recipes featuring sweet bell peppers.
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Many of the nutrients found in apples are contained within the peel.
Kim Sopczyk offers tips on how best to prepare for a trip to the farmers' market.
Bees, and bee keepers, are a vital component of high-quality local agriculture.
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