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A bit about me:
I'm a freelance writer whose work has appeared in Reuters, Chicago Sun-Times, Austin Statesman and John Mariani's Virtual Gourmet. Also a cook and traveler, I've eaten my way across several countries including China, Japan, Italy, Germany, Chile, Ecuador, Peru, Argentina, and more. Clambered over Machu Picchu, walked icebergs in Antarctica, and dove to explore a shipwreck 100 feet below the waters of Curaçao. I've yet to fulfill my dream of filling a passport before it expires, but vow to keep trying.

Having grown up on Jacques Cousteau and National Geographic, sustainable food issues are deeply important to me. Currently working on a book about heritage pigs and the farmers who love them. The Leather District Gourmet, my blog, has a low-carbon, meat-free recipe feature weekly and an annual sustainable seafood blog event that was called “remarkable” by Sea Change Strategies and recognized by the Seafood Watch Program of the Monterey Bay Aquarium.

Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
Fougasse; sourdough anything...pancakes, popovers, pizza...on a baking kick. Oh, and beautiful root veg from the farmers market...
Currently reading:
Organic Marin and Eat, Memory
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Devastating Fire at Maveric Heritage Ranch - Your Help is Needed!

I met Arie McFarlen at Slow Food Nation and was so impressed by the work she does. After spending the last decade trying to restore heritage breed pigs and working at conservation of livestock, her farm suffered a fire just days before Thanksgiving.

Please stop by my blog and read about it and how you can help:

Devastating Fire at Maveric Ranch.

You can also read updates here: Endangered Hog Foundation.

Endangered Hog Foundation
Maveric Heritage Ranch Co.
47869-242nd St.
Dell Rapids, South Dakota 57022

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Canning Pro or Novice? Have a look at Cans Across America and join the fun!

Please see my post, Tasting All Life Has to Offer which gives links and details.

Also, there's a Boston chapter under the guidance of a couple friends. See you at a canning event soon?

Here's the Facebook page: Canning Across America

Posted on July 21, 2009 at 3:00pm — 2 Comments

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At 12:56pm on December 16, 2008, Jacqueline Church said…
Well I'd like to add another post up there where I write about Maveric Ranch but I want to keep that there rather than replace it. Guess I don't have this interface down yet...

Yesterday with our unseasonably warm weather I decided to pack up, clean up my fire escape garden.


It's kind of sad to see all the empty pots where so much was blooming before but it's also better than looking at dead, frozen plants! And we can begin to dream of spring and what we'll plant then.

Sweet dreams, indeed.
At 2:58am on December 17, 2008, Jacqueline Church said…
I just put the "Yes We Did" sticker on my door, when I learn that Tom, in Monsanto's pocket, Vilsack is rumoured to be Ag Secty. Say What? here's my short post, including links...http://tinyurl.com/5wae2x
At 2:52am on January 6, 2009, Jacqueline Church said…
Made some bread from Mushet's Art & Soul of baking last night. Olive thyme rustic loaf. Instead of poolish, I made use of my sourdough (sorta similar, right?) also since hubs not a huge fan of olives, carmelized some onion instead. Onion, thyme, slightly sourdough bread. Delish.

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