Chef and farmer Chereen Leong Schwarz is on this podcast episode to speak about “native” meals from all views. Hear about why Chereen has by no means eaten a McDonald’s hamburger and the way that ties in to her from-scratch, domestically sourced meals philosophy and her love of cooking and consuming country-style meals. Chereen tells us about farming in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, the place they’ve simply 59 frost-free days within the rising season. Pay attention to the intimate particulars of what it’s like for Chereen to assist increase animals from delivery to reap after which, as a local-foods chef, to fastidiously put together the meat and to make certain the individuals having fun with the meal perceive the worth of what they’re consuming.
Use this farm-kitchen hack: Chereen affords her greatest ideas for utilizing all components of the meals you’re rising, together with cabbage cores, carrot tops and random vegetable scraps.
Additionally hear about her Rising Chief in Meals & Ag Award, the group being constructed by younger farmers, and what’s giving her hope for meals entry and her native farming scene. And pay attention in till the top for Chereen’s favourite meal and to study a bit about her different socially acutely aware enterprise.