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Tennessee Turkey Herding in Hancock County, and Mulled Cider

November 17, 2018

Season 5, Episode 40

On today’s program, right close to Thanksgiving weekend, we are setting the table with Turkey, and Mulled Cider. Here is the line up:

- Mary “Dee Dee “Constantine has a delicious recipe for Mulled Cider .

- Fred Sauceman has a pot luck radio segment on a former, historic annual event “Turkey Herding from Rural Hancok Co, TN” and a recipe with a twist on the usual for Turkey Picatta.

Plus, I’ve got a cute little story involving a country doctor and a turkey egg from my own Daddy.

Links for guests and subjects:

Appalachian Food writer Fred Sauceman: https://www.facebook.com/fred.sauceman

Mary “Dee Dee” Constantine: https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=dee%20dee%20constantine

Our theme song was sung by: Emi Sunshine: http://theemisunshine.com/

Sponsor of The Tennessee Farm Table is Century Harvest Farms 

 and Century Harvest Farms Foundation located in Greenback, Tennessee.

 Image of an former annual “Turkey Herding” in Hancock County, Tennessee.

Image of an former annual “Turkey Herding” in Hancock County, Tennessee.

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Sorghum, an Appalachian Culinary Tradition

Season 5, Episode 39
November 10, 2018 “Sorghum”

In this episode, we are setting the table with a traditional, fall-time Appalachian culinary tradition. Sorghum.  

Sorghum is not Molasses. It’s a sweet syrup all it’s own derived from a grass plant and it is harvested, and boiled off every fall in September in our region. Sorghum has a different taste according to where it is grown, the dirt it is grown in, the region it is grown in, and how it is processed. Not all Sorghum tastes the same. 

In this show, we will hear from a cast of characters I’ve assembled here today to talk about this Appalachian “slow sugar” that is truly a taste, unique to our Appalachian region.

- We hear from Fred Sauceman and a visit from his friend Dr. Mike Fleenor, an orthopedic surgeon who grows and makes sorghum and has a “sorghum boil” every year in Washington, County, VA. 

- James Beard Award winning food writer Ronni Lundy tells us about the differences between sorghum, and molasses.

- Mary Constantine Food Writer for the Knoxville News Sentinel shares tips on how to substitute sorghum in place of white sugar in cooking and shares a recipe for Butternut Squash and Apple Bake that uses sorghum by way of Ronni Lundy and her book entitled: “Sorghum Savor”.

- And Chef Matt Gallaher of Amelia and Knox Mason shares a delicious way to enjoy sorghum with biscuits. 


Links for guests and subjects:

Appalachian Food writer Fred Sauceman: https://www.facebook.com/fred.sauceman

Mary “Dee Dee” Constantine: https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=dee%20dee%20constantine

Ronni Lundy: http://ronnilundy.com/

Chef Matt Gallaher of Amelia and Knox Mason Restaurants in Knoxville: http://www.knoxmason.com/index.html#team

Muddy Pond Sorghum Mill (one of the most well known, Tennessee Sorghum producers): http://muddypondsorghum.com/

Emi Sunshine: http://theemisunshine.com/

Blount County BeeKeepers Assoc: https://blountbees.wordpress.com/

Sponsor of The Tennessee Farm Table is Century Harvest Farms 

 and Century Harvest Farms Foundation located in Greenback, Tennessee.

 This is Fred Sauceman’s friend Dr. Mike Fleenor, an orthopedic surgeon who grows and makes sorghum and has a “sorghum boil” every year in Washington, County, VA.

This is Fred Sauceman’s friend Dr. Mike Fleenor, an orthopedic surgeon who grows and makes sorghum and has a “sorghum boil” every year in Washington, County, VA.

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Seed Saver/Author Ben Cohen's new book "From Our Seeds & Their Keepers", A Collection of Stories

November 3, 2018 Season 5, Episode 38
”Setting the Table on this episode with Seed Saving”
Seed Saver/Author Ben Cohen’s new book “From Our Seeds & Their Keepers”, A Collection of Stories.

- The feature of this episode is an old time Appalachian tradition, saving seeds, particularly bean seeds. Seed saver Ben Cohen has written a brand new book entitled “From our Seeds and their Keepers”, A Collection of Stories, with forward written by Seed Saver Bill Best or Berea, KY.

We hear a story of a bean that Ben has saved and returned to the Cades Cove Museum in Blount County, TN that was originally from Kermit Caughron - one of the last people to live in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. 

- Amy shares a soup bean recipe to share with you that might rival your Mamaw’s.

- Fred Sauceman shares a segment on an assortment of Appalachian beans, terms of Appalachian bean preparations, and a short story of the “Noble Bean” that was saved by Seed Saver Bill Best of Berea, Kentucky.

Links:

Ben and Heather Cohen: http://www.smallhousefarm.com/

Kermit Caughron information: http://www.cadescovepreservation.com/kermitcaughron.html

Cades Cove Preservation Association: http://www.cadescovepreservation.com/

Fred Sauceman: https://www.facebook.com/fred.sauceman

Jeff Barbara and Sara Pickle Music: https://jeffandsarahmusic.com/

Emi Sunshine: http://theemisunshine.com/

Soup Bean Recipe: Just keep scrolling, its down there at the end there.

 Connect with Ben:  http://www.smallhousefarm.com/
 Kermit and Lois Caughron

Kermit and Lois Caughron

 Kermit Caughron with Cades Cove in the back ground

Kermit Caughron with Cades Cove in the back ground

Amy Campbell’s Soup Bean Recipe

*You will need a large stock pot for this recipe

Prep time: 30 minutes (after beans are prepared for cooking, involves soaking overnight)

*I like to cook my beans in the morning the day before I need them. After they simmer until Noon, I let them cool all day, then refrigerate overnight. The next day the flavors will have seasoned and improved than if you eat them a few hours after cooking.

Ingredients:

1 LB dried beans (pinto, lima, or leather britches)

3 TB olive oil

1 onion

1 bay leaf

3-4 cloves garlic, minced

1 tsp fresh ground pepper

1/2 tsp red pepper flakes 

1 tsp ground dried thyme

1 tsp ground dried sage

1TB vinegar (I use apple cider vinegar)

1 tsp sugar

1 TB salt (add at the end of cooking, omit if using ham bone)

3 quarts low sodium chicken or vegetable broth

*Optional: a ham bone, with some meat on it. I like to get them from the Honey Baked Ham Store.

Directions:

Preparing the beans:

Clean the beans with cool water and a colander, pick out rocks, and broken beans. Fill a big pot with at least 3 quarts of water (2 inches of water should cover the beans), if any beans float, remove them and don’t use those.

Soak overnight. Darin the next morning and rinse again.

*If you don’t have all night to soak them, follow the “quick cook” method on the package.

Cooking the Beans:

In olive oil on Medium heat, sauté onion, bay leaf, and spices until just browned. 

When onions and bottom of pot begin to brown, add garlic, then add broth.

Bring to a boil. 

Add ham bone at this point. Let boil for a minute or 2.

Add vinegar and sugar.

Add prepared beans.

Bring to a boil.

Right after the beans come to a boil, turn down the heat and simmer on low for at least 2 hours. I like to simmer them for at least 4 hours on low. 

*If you let beans boil like crazy on the stove top, they will get too soft and sort of fall apart. So, watch the pot and try to avoid that. I have learned the hard way.

  • Feeds: 10 - 20 depending on serving size, and seconds.

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8th Annual Slow Food TN Valley Pie Contest, and Pie Recipes

October 27, 2018 Season 5, Episode 37

“Setting the table in this episode with Pie”

- Amy shares news of the 8th Annual Slow Food TN Valley Pie Contest to benefit the Eastside Farmer’s Market, Knoxville. Sunday, October 28th, 5 -7:30 PM. Location: Hexagon Brewing, Knoxville.

- Fred Sauceman shares a story and recipe of Alvin C York’s favorite Egg Custard Pie.  

- Amy shares the work of Slow Food TN Valley and Slow Food International

- Amy shares a recipe from the Loveless Cafe for Persimmon Pie

- Slow Food TN Valley Pie Contest link: 
https://www.facebook.com/Slow-Food-Tennessee-Valley-193176850713225/

- Connect with Fred Sauceman: https://www.facebook.com/fred.sauceman

- Link to Persimmon Pie Recipe from Loveless Cafe: 
https://www.lovelesscafe.com/recipes/persimmon-pie

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Southern Appalachian "Cushaw Squash", Native American history & recipes with Fred & Jill Sauceman

October 20, 2018 Season 5, Episode 36
Southern Appalachian ”Cushaw Squash with Native American history & recipes with Fred & Jill Sauceman”

 - Food Historian Fred Sauceman (from Johnson City, TN) shares the Native American history of the Cushaw Squash and a Cushaw pudding recipe.

- Jill Sauceman shares cooking tips of how she cooks her Cushaw and handy tips to cooking, peeling, and preserving the Cushaw.

- Amy Campbell share a delicious “Cushaw Pie” recipe (recipe below, keep scrolling).

- A list of current events that are farming and local food focused.

Connect with Fred and Jill:
Fred Sauceman: https://www.facebook.com/fred.sauceman
Jill Sauceman: https://www.facebook.com/jill.sauceman

Sponsor of The Tennessee Farm Table is Century Harvest Farms
and Century Harvest Farms Foundation located in Greenback, Tennessee.

Links to mentioned events:
Eastside Sunday Market Fall Harvest Oct 21,2018t: https://www.facebook.com/EastsideSundayMarket/

CAC Beardsley Community Farm Harvest Festival, October 21st, 2018: https://www.facebook.com/events/265809570932988/

Slow Food TN Valley Pie Contest, October 28th, 5 - 7:30 pm at Hexigon Brewing Co, Knoxville: https://www.facebook.com/events/252873125369925/

Herbal Wellness Workshop at Historic Marble Springs with Mama Lucy’s Mountain Ways: 
https://www.facebook.com/events/553452855082820/


Cushaw Pie Recipe

Total time: 65 minutes (Plus an hour and a half to cook the Cushaw)
Prep time (including cooking Cushaw is 1 and 1/2 hours
Cook: 50 minutes
Yield: 8 servings

This recipe requires cooked Cushaw. Cushaw is not easy to peel, and a way to make this easier is to follow Jill Sauceman’s advice. She washed the Cushaw real well, pokes holes in it and roast the whole thing in the oven for about an hour until it is soft. She scoops out the flesh, removes the skin and seed and purees the cooked Cushaw in her food processor. She then freezes the pureed Cushaw until she is ready to use it for her pies. 

You can peel the Cushaw before cooking, but it is a job.

Ingredients

  • 1 unbaked pie shell

  • 2 1/2 cups cooked, mashed cushaw

  • 1/4 cup heavy cream

  • 2 eggs, beaten

  • 1 cup granulated sugar

  • 1 tablespoon all-purpose flour

  • 1/4 teaspoon salt

  • 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg

  • 1/4 teaspoon ground allspice

  • 1/2 teaspoon lemon extract

  • 2 tablespoons melted butter

Here are the steps:

  • - Stir together the mashed cushaw and cream; add beaten eggs. Mix well and add sugar, flour, salt, nutmeg, and allspice; mix well to blend. Blend in lemon extract and butter.
    - Pour mixture into the prepared unbaked pie shell and bake at 450 degrees F for 10 minutes.
    - Reduce heat to 350 degrees F and bake for about 40 minutes longer.

 Painted wood “Cushaw Art” by Amy Campbell

Painted wood “Cushaw Art” by Amy Campbell

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Overhill Gardens, Monroe County, TN with Avi Askey

Season 5, Episode 35, October 13, 2018
Overhill Gardens, Monroe County, Tennessee with owner Avi Askey.
Overhill Gardens is a Native plant nursery, and Eco-Friendly Landscapes, Hardscape, and design business. Amy interviews owner Avi Askey about his work for over 20 years now to improve region’s ecology through his work of saving native plants, and endangered native plant species.
Overhill Gardens 2018 fall open house details:
October 12 - 13, 8am - 4 pm.
Friday and Saturday all nursery stock is 35% off during our Fall Open House with over 800 species of native plants to choose from! With Good people, great plants, yummy food, helpful staff, beautiful drive, rain or shine.
*As our nursery will be having a fall open house Sat (13th), they will not be at MSFM market.
* A list of Overhill Garden “Edibles” inventory is listed at the bottom of this post, just keep scrolling.


Contact information:
Overhill Gardens:
http://www.overhillgardens.com/contact.html
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Overhill-Gardens-306577461193/
Address: 1404 Citico Rd, Vonore, TN 37885
Phone: 423-295-2288
Mobile: 423-295-5003
Email: Avi@overhillgardens.com
Hours: Monday - Saturday 8am - 4 pm, March 15 - Dec 15 (open by appointment during the winter)

Appalachian Food writer Fred Sauceman: https://www.facebook.com/fred.sauceman shares a story with the voice of Janette Carter (daughter of A.P. Carter) and her Chow Chow makings.

Sponsor of The Tennessee Farm Table is Century Harvest Farms
and Century Harvest Farms Foundation located in Greenback, Tennessee.

Links to mentioned events:
Eastside Sunday Market Fall Harvest Oct 21,2018t: https://www.facebook.com/EastsideSundayMarket/

CAC Beardsley Community Farm Harvest Festival, October 21st, 2018: https://www.facebook.com/events/265809570932988/

Slow Food TN Valley Pie Contest, October 28th, 5 - 7:30 pm at Hexigon Brewing Co, Knoxville: https://www.facebook.com/events/252873125369925/

 Avi Askey, Owner of Overhill Gardens, Monroe County, Tennessee - www.overhillgardens.com

Avi Askey, Owner of Overhill Gardens, Monroe County, Tennessee - www.overhillgardens.com

 Avi Askey, Owner of Overhill Gardens, Monroe County, Tennessee with Choke berry - www.overhillgardens.com

Avi Askey, Owner of Overhill Gardens, Monroe County, Tennessee with Choke berry - www.overhillgardens.com

 Avi Askey, Owner of Overhill Gardens, Monroe County, Tennessee with his Paw Paw trees - www.overhillgardens.com

Avi Askey, Owner of Overhill Gardens, Monroe County, Tennessee with his Paw Paw trees - www.overhillgardens.com

Overhill Gardens Edibles inventory:

Trees

Persimmon

Butternut

Pawpaw – host for state butterfly, zebra swallowtail

Red Mulberry

Redbud

Downy Serviceberry

Sassafras

American Plum

American Crabapple

Red Cedar

Hickory

Honey Locust

American Chestnut

Allegheny Chinkapin

 

Shrubs

American Hazelnut

Elderberry

Spicebush

Blueberry, Sparkleberry, many sp.

Hawthorn sp.

Sumac

Purple-flowering Raspberry

Wild Rose

Blackberry, Raspberry

Black Raspberry

Black Chokeberry

 

Perennials

Spikenard

Bee Balm

Jerusalem Artichoke

Nodding Onion

False Solomon’s Seal – too many berries can be a laxative

Cutleaf Coneflower

Mayapple

Violet

Great Solomon’s Seal – shoots

 

Vines and Groundcovers

Partridgeberry

Groundnut

Passionflower – state wildflower

Muscadine

Cranberry

Wild Ginger

Wintergreen

Wild Strawberry

Fox grape

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Second Annual Great Smoky Mountain Food Days Event with Keynote Speaker Ronni Lundy

Season 5, Episode 34, September 29, 2018
2nd Annual Great Smoky Mountain Food Days Event

Great Smoky Mountain Food Days Event - This show consists of several guests who work hard to celebrate, elevate, and promote Appalachian foods past and present.

- First, an interview with Sue Conley, and Peggy Smith (Founders of Cowgirl Creamery, these people are the two behind the endowment for the Annual Great Smoky Mountain Food Days Event, described as an event that celebrates the food of the Great Smoky Mountains shaped by the mountains, climate & people.  http://greatsmokymountainfooddays.com/

- My second guest is James Beard Award winning food writer Ronni Lundy who is the key note speaker at the 2nd Annual Great Smoky Mountain Food Days, Knoxville. A few months before her award winning book “Victuals” was released, I traveled to her home and recorded her reading from her own books including the James Beard Award winning book entitled “Victuals”. Today, She will share a chapter from Victuals entitled: “Mess’n with Greens”

- And our friend to the show Food Historian and writer Fred Sauceman from Johnson City, shares a “Pot Luck Radio on the Road” segment on a taste treat from he and his wife’s latest trip to New York City, a historic beverage experience that is one of his favorites called “Egg Cream”.  

- I’ve got a real big list of food & farming events happening in the vicinity, brought to us all by area not for profit organizations that are food and farming in focus.
Links to Guests:

Cowgirl Creamery: https://www.cowgirlcreamery.com/the-cowgirl-story

Great Smoky Mountain Food Days 2018: http://greatsmokymountainfooddays.com/

Ronni Lundy: http://ronnilundy.com/

Fred Sauceman: https://www.facebook.com/fred.sauceman

Links to mentioned events:

-  The Fall Heritage Festival & Old Timer’s Day, Saturday, September 29th, 2018 in Townsend, TN: https://www.facebook.com/events/518017495289599/

- 39th Annual Greek Fest, Knoxville, September 28,29, 2018: https://greekfesttn.wordpress.com/parking-transportation/

- Smoky Mountain Jamboree, September 29th, Townsend Heritage Center: https://www.facebook.com/events/1909540542675581/

- Annual UT Gardens Fall Plant Sale, September 29, 2018: https://www.facebook.com/events/1844362978961737/

- Annual National Muscadine Festival, September 29, 2018, Tsali Notch Vineyard, Monroe County, TN: https://www.facebook.com/nationalmuscadinefestival/

- Annual Sustainable Mountain Agriculture Seed Swap (Bill Best Seed Swap) Crossville (October 6, 2018) : https://www.facebook.com/events/330706321092587/

Bill Best’s Sustainable Mountain Agriculture Center: http://www.heirlooms.org/

- University of Tennessee 20th Annual Fall Folklore Jamboree Saturday, (Oct. 20, 2018), Milan, TN: http://milan.tennessee.edu/FFJ/

- The 3rd annual Harvestfest 2018, a benefit dinner for Special Growers. takes place Sunday, October 21 from 6:00-10:00 PM at RT Lodge: https://www.specialgrowers.com/harvest-fest-2018

- The 3rd Annual Knoxville Seed Swap at Wilson Fine Gardens, Knoxville (October 27, 2018): https://www.facebook.com/events/2686095624749350/


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Tennessee Muscadine Grapes - Tsali Notch Vineyard - The National Muscadine Festival

Season 5, Episode 33, September 22, 2018

Tennessee Muscadine Grapes with JD Dalton of Tsali Notch Vineyard, and the Annual National Muscadine Festival with Tsali Notch Vineyards, Monroe County, TN

In keeping with the season - I wanted to spotlight the tastes of fall in Appalachia - Muscadines and Apple Butter - So on this episode of The Tennessee Farm Table, I are setting the table with a native grape to Tennessee and the Appalachian mountains, the Muscadine. 

Our guest is JD Dalton, Vineyard manager of Tsali Notch Vineyard in Monroe, County, TN - JD tells us about the muscadine grape, Tsali Notch Vineyard, the wines, jams, jelly, and value added products they produce from the grapes they raise, and the upcoming National Muscadine Festival that they are hosing this year, it always falls on the last full weekend of September. 
Connect with Tsali Notch Vinyard through their website: http://www.tsalinotch.com/

National Muscadine Festival: https://www.facebook.com/nationalmuscadinefestival/
National Muscadine Festival Website: http://www.nationalmuscadinefestival.com/

We also hear a segment from our friend Fred Sauceman from Johnson City on Apple Butter - Fred shares a recipe tip for sausage balls with  apple butter from the late story teller Katherine Tucker Windham.

Our theme song was sung by: Emi Sunshine: http://theemisunshine.com/

Sponsor fot the Tennessee Farm Table is: Century Harvest Farm Foundation which is hosting the Harvest Festival, October 6, 12 - 6:00 P.M.:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/century-harvest-festival-tickets-49338620141

 This is JD Dalton, Vineyard Manager at  Tsali Notch Vineyard . They have over 200 rows of Muscadine Grapes growing on the Vineyard, makers of wine, and value added products such as jams and jelliies. They will be hosting the National  Muscadine Festival  the last full weekend of September (2018).

This is JD Dalton, Vineyard Manager at Tsali Notch Vineyard. They have over 200 rows of Muscadine Grapes growing on the Vineyard, makers of wine, and value added products such as jams and jelliies. They will be hosting the National Muscadine Festival the last full weekend of September (2018).

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Appalachian Persimmon

Season 5, Episode 32, September 15, 2018

Appalachian PersimmonA biological perspective on the native Appalachian Persimmon tree and fruit with Charlie Kwit, Professor of Biology from University of Tennessee.
- Mary “Dee Dee” Constantine with a recipe for Persimmon Bread by way of Morgan Simmons..
- Fred Sauceman with a “Pot Luck Radio” segment on Kentucky’s “Ale-1 8” soda pop.
- Plus news of regional food and farming event.
Links to Guests and PSA information:

Professor of Biology Charlie Kwit: https://eeb.utk.edu/people/charles-kwit/
Fred Sauceman: https://www.facebook.com/fred.sauceman
Crystal Wilson: https://www.facebook.com/turtlemountain.herbs
Mary “Dee Dee” Constantine:https://www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=dee%20dee%20constantine
Avi Askey, Owner of Overhill Gardens: http://www.overhillgardens.com/
Emi Sunshine: http://theemisunshine.com/

Slow Food Tennessee Valley 11th Annual Pesto Pesto, September 15th, 2018:

3rd Annual Seed Swap, October 27, 2018: https://www.facebook.com/events/2686095624749350/

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Paw Paw Fruit, “Mountain Nanner”, an Appalachian wonder

Season 5, Episode 31, September 8, 2018
“Paw Paw Fruit” - "Mountain Nanner", an Appalachian wonder

Today, we are setting the table with Paw Paw fruit. Sometimes called the Mountain Banana - with a taste that is a sort of cross between a mango and a banana. This is an indigenous fruit to Appalachia - and is a real treat if you can find it. Amy's guest Charlie Kwit, Professor of Biology from the University of Tennessee offers a scientific perspective on the Paw Paw.

Fred Sauceman has a pot luck radio segment on Zarzour’s restaurant, Chattanooga, TN with the late Shirley Fuller. This restaurant is a Chattanooga, TN tradition for 100 years now.

And I’ve got news about some upcoming farm & food oriented events in our region including a new fall CSA offered by partners David Lay Farms and Bales Farms.

Links to Guests and PSA information:
Professor of Biology Charlie Kwit: https://eeb.utk.edu/people/charles-kwit/
Fred Sauceman: Fred Sauceman: https://www.facebook.com/fred.sauceman
Avi Askey, Owner of Overhill Gardens: http://www.overhillgardens.com/
David Lay Farm/Bales Farm CSA: https://www.facebook.com/DavidLayFarms/
Bales Farms: https://www.facebook.com/BalesFarmsTN/
Emi Sunshine: http://theemisunshine.com/
Nourish Knoxville Food Guide: https://www.nourishknoxville.org/local-food-guide/
Slow Food Tennessee Valley 11th Annual Pesto Pesto, September 15th, 2018:
Tickets:  https://pestofesto11.brownpapertickets.com/
Pesto Contest rules and judging criteria: http://slowfoodtnvalley.com/upcoming-events/pesto-contest/.
Century Harvest Farm Foundation Harvest Festival, October 6, 12 - 6:00 P.M.: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/century-harvest-festival-tickets-49338620141
3rd Annual Seed Swap, October 27, 2018: https://www.facebook.com/events/2686095624749350/

 A "mess" of Paw Paw fruit that I (Amy) picked September 4th. An Appalachian wonder.

A "mess" of Paw Paw fruit that I (Amy) picked September 4th. An Appalachian wonder.

 A photo of Shirley Fuller, Charlie Zarzour’s granddaughter, a photo taken by Fred Sauceman back in 2007

A photo of Shirley Fuller, Charlie Zarzour’s granddaughter, a photo taken by Fred Sauceman back in 2007

Paw Paw Butter recipe from: Canning Homemade! Sustainable Living and Preserving the Future.
http://www.sbcanning.com/2013/10/paw-paw-butter-canning.html

Ingredients:
5 lbs pawpaws
2 cups water
1/2 c bottled lemon juice
3 c sugar
2 teaspoons vanilla extract

Directions:
Wash and peel pawpaws, put in stainless or enamel pot,  with the 2 cups water and 1/2 cup lemon juice, without removing seeds. Cook until soft, run through sieve or food mill.

Add pulp back to pan, add sugar, and cook down on low until mixture thickens.  (About an hour)  Turn off heat, add vanilla and stir well. 

Ladle into prepared pint or 1/2 pint jars to 1/4 inch headspace. Remove air bubbles, add more preserves if needed to reach correct headspace.

Water bath for 10 minutes.
******You must make sure each jar is sealed following your hot water process. Do not use old lids, use new lids every time you can.

 

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"Tribute to Stan Brock" Founder & President of of Remote Area Medical, Rockford, TN

Season 5, Episode 30, September 1st, 2018

Tribute to Stan BrockInterview with Stan Brock, Founder  President of Remote Area Medical. Amy features this 2015 interview with Stan Brock, Founder and President of Remote Area Medical to pay tribute to him after his death, Wednesday, August 29th, 2018 at the age of 82. In this show, Stan explains the “RAM” mission, work, and the “Ram Ranger” program located on their farm in Grainger, County, TN. Connect with RAM: http://ramusa.org

-Fred Sauceman’s “Pot Luck Radio” segment with Susan Shelton of Roan Mountain, TN on “Gritty Bread”.Connect with Fred: https://www.facebook.com/fred.sauceman

-Mary “Dee Dee” Constantine shares recipes for pimento cheese. Connect with Mary: https://www.facebook.com/deedee.constantine.3?fref=ts

Century Harvest Farm Fall Festival (October 6, 2018): https://www.eventbrite.com/e/century-harvest-festival-tickets-49338620141

4th Annual H.O.L.A. Lakeway Latin Food Festival (September 1, 2018): https://www.facebook.com/HOLALakeway/

Emmi Sunshine: http://theemisunshine.com/

 Illustration of Stan Brock by Amy Campbell.

Illustration of Stan Brock by Amy Campbell.

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Meredith Clebsch on Native, Tennessee Plants

Season 5, Episode 29, August 25th, 2018
Native Plants:  That is our topic on this episode of the Tennessee Farm Table.  With the change in the seasons, lots of us are thinking about fall planting, and landscaping.  I visit with Meredith Clebsch of Greenback, Tennessee and hear why it makes good sense to invest in native plants financially, environmentally, and aesthetically.   Meredith is the Land Directorr at Foothills Land Conservancy and she also co-owned and operated a native plant nursery in Greenback, Tennessee for over 30 years. Foothills Land Conservancy  

Fred Sauceman shares a story about Lemonade from North Carolina Food Writer Fred Thompson and a story about Donna Netherland of Elizabethton, TN and her recipe for “Posh Squash” using yellow crook neck squash. Fred's radio series is entitled "Pot Luck Radio".

Links to guests: 
Meredith Clebsch, Land Director, Foothills Land Conservancy mclebsch@foothillsland.org
Fred Sauceman: Fred Sauceman: https://www.facebook.com/fred.sauceman
Emi Sunshine: http://theemisunshine.com/

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Foothills Land Conservancy, 33 years of preserving mountains, working farms & rural landscapes

Season 5, Episode 28, August 18th, 2018
A visit with Foothills Land Conservancy. This Blount County, Tennessee based non profit organization in it’s 33 years has  assisted in the preservation of over 100,000 acres of cherished mountains, working farms, and rural landscapes in 38 Tennessee counties and across 6 additional states!  2017 was another banner year for the Conservancy! In addition to relocating their organization out to the 300 acre Harris Farm and adding two staff biologists to the team, FLC preserved close to 15,700 acres! Foothills is a 501(c)(3) non-profit and does not receive any financial assistance from local, state or federal governments. They rely on individual and corporate contributions solely to sustain the organization, land acquisition and stewardship funds.

Links to guests and contributors:

Foothills Land Conservancy: http://foothillsland.org/

Fred Sauceman: https://www.facebook.com/fred.sauceman

Emi Sunshine: http://theemisunshine.com/

Recipe for Overnight Pickles:
Shared by Fred Sauceman by way of Lynn Tolley of Miss Mary Bobo’s Boarding House, Lynchburg, TN and great grand niece of Jack Daniels, his closest surviving relative.

Ingredients:
6 medium Cucumbers, peeled and sliced
2 small onions, peeled and sliced.
In a sauce pan, combine the following ingredients:
1/4 c. Sugar
1c. of Apple Cider Vinegar (or white vinegar)
1 tsp. of dill seed
1 tsp. of mustard seed
1 tsp. of celery seed
1 TB. Salt
1/2 tsp. of cream of tarter
Directions:
Bring this mixture to a boil
Boil for 1 minute

Poor hot mixture over cucumbers and onions
Pour everything into a non reactive bowl or jar, cover and and marinate overnight in the refrigerator

These pickles will be ready to eat the next day.

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"JFG Coffee", of Knoxville, Tennessee'.

Season 5, Episode 27, August 11th, 2018
Today, we are setting the table with a Knoxville, TN staple…JFG Coffee. Two guests share JFG Coffee memories. Bill Houston of New Market, TN and Tinah Utsman of Knoxville who’s father was President of the company during the 1982 Knoxville World’s Fair.

Mary “Dee Dee” Constantine (Food Editor of the Knoxville News Sentinel) shares a recipe for using coffee and brown sugar for a delicious steak rub. https://www.facebook.com/deedee.constantine.3

Fred Sauceman https://www.facebook.com/fred.sauceman  shares a potluck radio series with Charlene Odell and an Apple Relish Recipe that came from her Grandmother from Cock County, TN. The recipe is used by the Clinch Filed Sr Adult Center in Erwin, TN and the relish is sold as a yearly fundraiser during the Apple Festival in October in Erwin TN.

More about Bill Houston: Bill Houston is from New Market TN. Many of you may know Bill because he taught art at Carson Newman College for 40 years. He is also an incredibly talented landscape painter, artist, sculptor, and woodworker. And one of the most generous and kind people on the earth. Find information about his art here: http://www.wchouston.com/
Bill is the owner, operator of Houston’s Mineral Well, in New Market, TN. http://www.houstonsmineralwater.com/ Bill’s Grand Father dug this well in 1931 after an epiphany dream and was miraculously healed from a severe kidney ailment by the water from this well which he established and opened to the public. It is still open and run today (and on the honor system) by Bull Houston. 

More about Tinah Utsman: Tinah is a talented photographer in Knoxville, and Her Farther “Coffee Jack” was at one time President of JFG Coffee during the 1982 Knoxville World’s Fair. Tinah runs a non profit where she teaches kids how to take photographs of animals that need to be adopted. https://www.facebook.com/TRU-Dog-Network-195219860507511/

 Illustration: Amy Campbell

Illustration: Amy Campbell

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Pastor Chris Battle of the New Eastside Farmer’s Market, Knoxville, TN

Season 5, Episode 26, August 4th, 2018
Amy visits with Pastor Chris Battle of the New Eastside Farmer’s Market, Knoxville, TN, Pastor Battle is also Senior Pastor at the Tabernacle Baptist Church, and he started the Community Garden that is located right next to the Church which is located in an urban food desert. He would like to see community gardens become more prevalent in areas of need throughout the city. Connect with Pastor Battle through the below link, or by this link to his Church: http://www.mytabernacle.com/

The Eastside Sunday Market takes place every Sunday from 1:00 - 4:00 P.M. in the parking lot of the Tabernacle Baptist Church through the end of August, 2018. The street address is 2137 Martin Luther King Jr Ave. Knoxville, TN 37915. The phone number is: 865-524-2034.

Link to Eastside Sunday Market: https://www.facebook.com/EastsideSundayMarket/

Links to events mentioned during the show brought to our community by area non profit organizations that are specifically local food, farming, or sustainably oriented:

Century Harvest Farms/ 2nd Harvest Food Bank  http://www.centuryharvest.com/

Wine on the Water Event, September 14th: https://www.facebook.com/events/216582812462727/

East Tennessee Young Farmers Coalition: https://www.facebook.com/ETNYFC/

Nourish Knoxville Market Square Farmers’ Market: https://www.nourishknoxville.org/market-square-farmers-market/

Dixie Lee Farmers’ Market: http://www.dixieleefarmersmarket.com/

Maryville Farmers’ Market: http://www.farmersmarketmaryville.com/

East Tennessee Farmers Association of Retail Marketing: http://www.easttnfarmmarkets.org/index.asp

CAC Beardsley Farm: https://www.facebook.com/beardsleyfarm/

Sevierville Market (every Friday):  https://www.facebook.com/events/533684190090056/

Morgan County Farmers Market: https://www.facebook.com/Morganfarmersmarket/

Harriman Farmers Market: https://www.facebook.com/HarrimanFarmersMarket/

Seymour Farmers Market: http://seymourfarmersmarket.org/

East Tennessee Children’s Hospital Farmer’s Market: https://www.facebook.com/events/2015370921838195/

 Pastor Chris Battle of the New Eastside Farmer’s Market, Knoxville, TN, Pastor Battle is also Senior Pastor at the Tabernacle Baptist Church, and he started the Community Garden that is located right next to the Church which is located in an urban food desert. He would like to see community gardens become more pevalent in the community. Connect with Pastor Battle through Market Facebook link:  https://www.facebook.com/EastsideSundayMarket/  or by this link to his Church:  http://www.mytabernacle.com/

Pastor Chris Battle of the New Eastside Farmer’s Market, Knoxville, TN, Pastor Battle is also Senior Pastor at the Tabernacle Baptist Church, and he started the Community Garden that is located right next to the Church which is located in an urban food desert. He would like to see community gardens become more pevalent in the community. Connect with Pastor Battle through Market Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/EastsideSundayMarket/ or by this link to his Church: http://www.mytabernacle.com/

 A picture of "the gleaning fence" basket located in the community garden of the Tabernacle Baptist Church, Knoxville.

A picture of "the gleaning fence" basket located in the community garden of the Tabernacle Baptist Church, Knoxville.

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Nourish Knoxville community programs & the Tomato Jam Fundraiser with Executive Director, Charlotte Tolley

Season 5, Episode 25, July 28th, 2018
"Nourish Knoxville community programs & the Tomato Jam Fundraiser with Executive Director, Charlotte Tolley"
On this episode, Amy visits with Charlotte Tolley, Executive Director of Nourish Knoxville. https://www.nourishknoxville.org/ Charlotte describes the work of Nourish Knoxville and how they connect the community to healthy, local foods through the “POP Club” program with kids, the East Tennessee Food Guide, and yearly events. One such event is the annual Nourish Knoxville  “Tomato Jam” Fundraiser - a drinks competition featuring East Tennessee’s Finest Tomatoes and Bartenders.This event will take place Sunday, July 29th, 2018, from 12:00 Noon until 4:00 P.M. at the Mill and Mine, in downtown Knoxville, TN. Link to event: https://www.facebook.com/events/167263563955031/

- Mary (Dee Dee) Constantine who is Food Editor of The Knoxville News Sentinel shares a recipe from Linda Amendt for Spiced Blue berry jam from her Linda’s cookbook “Blue Ribbon Canning” Here is a link to that cookbook: http://www.lindajamendt.com/_font_color__blue__blue_ribbon_canning__font__125746.htm

- Fred Sauceman https://www.facebook.com/fred.sauceman  shares a pot luck radio segment about his ETSU student Aynsley Porchak https://www.facebook.com/aynsleyporchak who is a grand masters fiddle champion in both the united states and Canada from Woodstock, Ontario and she describes her favorite dish “Poutine”.  

Links to events mentioned during the show brought to our community by area non profit organizations that are specifically local food, farming, or sustainably oriented:

Century Harvest Farms/ 2nd Harvest Food Bank  http://www.centuryharvest.com/

Cobbler Festival and Competition, July 28th, 2018. https://www.facebook.com/events/309271572914253/

Grainger County Tomato Festival: https://www.graingercountytomatofestival.com/

Nourish Knoxville Tomato Jam: https://www.nourishknoxville.org/event/tomato-jam18/

Wine on the Water Event, September 14th: https://www.facebook.com/events/216582812462727/

East Tennessee Young Farmers Coalition: https://www.facebook.com/ETNYFC/

Nourish Knoxville Market Square Farmers’ Market: https://www.nourishknoxville.org/market-square-farmers-market/

Dixie Lee Farmers’ Market: http://www.dixieleefarmersmarket.com/

Maryville Farmers’ Market: http://www.farmersmarketmaryville.com/

East Tennessee Farmers Association of Retail Marketing: http://www.easttnfarmmarkets.org/index.asp

CAC Beardsley Farm: https://www.facebook.com/beardsleyfarm/

Sevierville Market (every Friday):  https://www.facebook.com/events/533684190090056/

Eastside Sunday Market: https://www.facebook.com/EastsideSundayMarket/

Morgan County Farmers Market: https://www.facebook.com/Morganfarmersmarket/

Harriman Farmers Market: https://www.facebook.com/HarrimanFarmersMarket/

Seymour Farmers Market: http://seymourfarmersmarket.org/

East Tennessee Children’s Hospital Farmer’s Market: https://www.facebook.com/events/2015370921838195/

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“Lost Restaurants of Knoxville", the book with Author, Paula Johnson

Season 5, Episode 24, July 21st 2018

“Lost Restaurants of Knoxville", the book with Author, Paula Johnson

- My first guest is Paula Johnson, Founder of Knoxville Food Tours, and Author of the Book “Lost Restaurants of - Knoxville”  http://www.knoxvillefoodtours.com/

- Fred Sauceman shares a story from our neighbors in the mountains of western North Carolina in Haywood County - who produce the beloved “Sunburst Trout”. https://www.facebook.com/fred.sauceman

- Plus, I have a list of events that are farming and food related - and a gospel number from Gillian Welch and David Rawlings if you are listening by radio. (Links to all mentioned events below)

Links to events sponsored by area non profit organizations that are specifically local food, farming, or sustainably oriented:

Century Harvest Farms/ 2nd Harvest Food Bank  http://www.centuryharvest.com/

Cobbler Festival and Competition, July 28th, 2018.

https://www.facebook.com/events/309271572914253/

Grainger County Tomato Festival: https://www.graingercountytomatofestival.com/

Nourish Knoxville Tomato Jam: https://www.nourishknoxville.org/event/tomato-jam18/

Wine on the Water Event, September 14th: https://www.facebook.com/events/216582812462727/

East Tennessee Young Farmers Coalition: https://www.facebook.com/ETNYFC/

Nourish Knoxville Market Square Farmers’ Market: https://www.nourishknoxville.org/market-square-farmers-market/

Dixie Lee Farmers’ Market: http://www.dixieleefarmersmarket.com/

Maryville Farmers’ Market: http://www.farmersmarketmaryville.com/

East Tennessee Farmers Association of Retail Marketing: http://www.easttnfarmmarkets.org/index.asp

CAC Beardsley Farm: https://www.facebook.com/beardsleyfarm/

Sevierville Market (every Friday):  https://www.facebook.com/events/533684190090056/

Eastside Sunday Market: https://www.facebook.com/EastsideSundayMarket/

Morgan County Farmers Market: https://www.facebook.com/Morganfarmersmarket/

Harriman Farmers Market: https://www.facebook.com/HarrimanFarmersMarket/

Seymour Farmers Market: http://seymourfarmersmarket.org/

East Tennessee Children’s Hospital Farmer’s Market: https://www.facebook.com/events/2015370921838195/

 Paula Johnson, Founder of Knoxville Food Tours, and Author of the Book “Lost Restaurants of - Knoxville”. Connect with Paula, book a tour, purchase tour tickets, and order a book from Paula at:    http://www.knoxvillefoodtours.com/

Paula Johnson, Founder of Knoxville Food Tours, and Author of the Book “Lost Restaurants of - Knoxville”. Connect with Paula, book a tour, purchase tour tickets, and order a book from Paula at:   http://www.knoxvillefoodtours.com/

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"It's Tomato Time in Tennessee"

Season 5, Episode 23, July 14th 2018
"It's Tomato Time in Tennessee”

On today’s show, we are setting the table with Tennessee Tomatoes and recipes - 

- Mary Constantine (Food writer for the Knoxville News Sentinel) shares a recipe for Tomato rich succotash. Connect with Mary “Dee Dee” Constantine: Food Editor of the Knoxville News Sentinelhttps://www.facebook.com/deedee.constantine.3

- Fred Sauceman and his “Pot Luck Radio Segment” on the subject of Tomato Time. Connect with Fred Sauceman “Pot Luck Radio: https://www.facebook.com/fred.sauceman

- Allan Benton “Smoky Mountain discusses the way he likes to cook ham and his favorite way to eat a BLT sandwich. Connect with Allan: https://shop.bentonscountryham.com/

Links to events sponsored by area non profit organizations that are specifically local food, farming, or sustainably oriented:

Century Harvest Farms/ 2nd Harvest Food Bank  http://www.centuryharvest.com/

Cobbler Festival and Competition, July 28th, 2018.

https://www.facebook.com/events/309271572914253/

Grainger County Tomato Festival: https://www.graingercountytomatofestival.com/

Wine on the Water Event, September 14th: https://www.facebook.com/events/216582812462727/

East Tennessee Young Farmers Coalition: https://www.facebook.com/ETNYFC/

Nourish Knoxville Market Square Farmers’ Market: https://www.nourishknoxville.org/market-square-farmers-market/

Dixie Lee Farmers’ Market: http://www.dixieleefarmersmarket.com/

Maryville Farmers’ Market: http://www.farmersmarketmaryville.com/

East Tennessee Farmers Association of Retail Marketing: http://www.easttnfarmmarkets.org/index.asp

CAC Beardsley Farm: https://www.facebook.com/beardsleyfarm/

Sevierville Market (every Friday):  https://www.facebook.com/events/533684190090056/

Eastside Sunday Market: https://www.facebook.com/EastsideSundayMarket/

Morgan County Farmers Market: https://www.facebook.com/Morganfarmersmarket/

Harriman Farmers Market: https://www.facebook.com/HarrimanFarmersMarket/

Seymour Farmers Market: http://seymourfarmersmarket.org/

East Tennessee Children’s Hospital Farmer’s Market: https://www.facebook.com/events/2015370921838195/

 A gorgeous basket of home-grown, heirloom tomatoes grown by James Holder of Blount County, TN.

A gorgeous basket of home-grown, heirloom tomatoes grown by James Holder of Blount County, TN.

 

 

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"Cobblers"- Cobbler Festival & Competition, Harriman, TN - "Pal's Sudden Service" with Fred Sauceman

Season 5, Episode 22, July 7th 2018
 

“Cobblers”
- Amy visits with Rebecca Swepfinger with the City of Harriman sharing news about the upcoming Cobbler Festival and Competition, July 28th, 2018. https://www.facebook.com/events/309271572914253/

If you would like to enter the cobbler competition, please use this link:  https://evogov.s3.amazonaws.com/media/66/media/117057.pdf

- Fred Sauceman and his “Pot Luck Radio Segment” from Johnson City let’s us know about how that very definitive architecture of “Pal’s Sudden Service” restaurants seen in upper East, Tennessee came to be.  Connect with Fred Sauceman “Pot Luck Radio: https://www.facebook.com/fred.sauceman

- Mary Constantine (Food writer for the Knoxville News Sentinel) sets us straight on what is a cobbler, grunt, and slump. Connect with Mary “Dee Dee” Constantine: Food Editor of the Knoxville News Sentinelhttps://www.facebook.com/deedee.constantine.3 

- List of farmers selling berries today at the market, a few pick your own berry operations, and a list of farm and food activities going on in our area.

Today at the Market Square Farmer’s Market in Knoxville these growers will be selling berries:

David Lay Farms: https://www.facebook.com/DavidLayFarms/

Mountain Meadow Farms: https://www.facebook.com/mountainmeadows.farm/

Colvin Family Farms: https://www.facebook.com/ColvinFamilyFarmCSA/

A Place of the Heart Farm: https://www.facebook.com/groups/130016100353697/about/

Zavels Farm: https://www.facebook.com/zavels.farms?fref=search

*These producers will be all be selling berries at the Market square farmer’s market on Saturdays and wednesdays

Here’s a few “pick your own” your own farms in East, Tennessee:
Knox County:
Beauchene Berry Farm  (Pick your own)

Alice Beauchene, Phone: (865) 693-4221, 9020 Bluegrass Road, Knoxville TN, Phone 865-693-4221, Hours: today, July 7th are 8 -12:00 Noon - they are closing early for a family party. Normal hours are Tuesday, Fridays and Saturdays 8 - 8. On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BlueberriesAndBlackberriesOnBluegrassRoad/

Hawkins County:
David Lay Farms near Rogersville has a pick your own operation: https://www.facebook.com/DavidLayFarms/

Louden:
Honey’s Blueberry Farm (Pick your own, they do not use chemicals) 4333 Kingston Hwy, Loudon, TN 37774 Phone: 865-717-9596 Email: ske3077@att.net, They are located 5&1/2 mi west of Lenoir City on Hwy 70. They have pick your own Blueberries, Blackberries, and red Raspberries.

Links to events sponsored by area non profit organizations that are specifically local food, farming, or sustainably oriented:

Century Harvest Farms/ 2nd Harvest Food Bank  http://www.centuryharvest.com/

Wine on the Water Event, September 14th: https://www.facebook.com/events/216582812462727/

East Tennessee Young Farmers Coalition: https://www.facebook.com/ETNYFC/

Nourish Knoxville Market Square Farmers’ Market: https://www.nourishknoxville.org/market-square-farmers-market/

Dixie Lee Farmers’ Market: http://www.dixieleefarmersmarket.com/

Maryville Farmers’ Market: http://www.farmersmarketmaryville.com/

East Tennessee Farmers Association of Retail Marketing: http://www.easttnfarmmarkets.org/index.asp

CAC Beardsley Farm: https://www.facebook.com/beardsleyfarm/

Sevierville Market (every Friday):  https://www.facebook.com/events/533684190090056/

Eastside Sunday Market: https://www.facebook.com/EastsideSundayMarket/

Morgan County Farmers Market: https://www.facebook.com/Morganfarmersmarket/

Harriman Farmers Market: https://www.facebook.com/HarrimanFarmersMarket/

Seymour Farmers Market: http://seymourfarmersmarket.org/

East Tennessee Children’s Hospital Farmer’s Market: https://www.facebook.com/events/2015370921838195/

 The gazebo at the David Webb Memorial Park during the Cobbler Festival, Harriman, TN. 

The gazebo at the David Webb Memorial Park during the Cobbler Festival, Harriman, TN. 

 Another view of the gazebo at the David Webb Memorial Park during the Cobbler Festival, Harriman, TN. 

Another view of the gazebo at the David Webb Memorial Park during the Cobbler Festival, Harriman, TN. 

 Rebecca Swepfinger (Special Events & PR Coordinator, City of Harriman) with her helpful Dad at the City of Harriman's Annual Cobbler Competition & Festival.

Rebecca Swepfinger (Special Events & PR Coordinator, City of Harriman) with her helpful Dad at the City of Harriman's Annual Cobbler Competition & Festival.

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The University of Tennessee Culinary Institute Preservation Kitchen. Clara Robinson's "Hot Tamales"

Amy visits with Jospeh Blauvelt (Chef & Culinary Instructor) UT Culinary Institute, Knoxville about the new Preservation Kitchen located at the UT Visitor Center. This is a new program, free to the public offering free use of the kitchen, equipment and expertise in food preservation to the community.
Fred Sauceman shares a food history memory of the 20 years that Clara Robinson made and sold Hot Tamales on Magnolia, Avenue in Knoxville, TN.

Links to my guests:
Joseph Blauvelt, Chef and Culinary Instructor with the University of Tennessee Culinary Institute Preservation Kitchen http://rhtm.utk.edu/the-preservation-kitchen/

Fred Sauceman offers up Knoxville food history story about “Pot Luck Radio: https://www.facebook.com/fred.sauceman

Links to events sponsored by area non profit organizations that are specifically local food, farming, or sustainably oriented:

Century Harvest Farms/ 2nd Harvest Food Bank  http://www.centuryharvest.com/

Cobbler Festival, Harriman, TN: https://www.facebook.com/events/309271572914253/

Wine on the Water Event, September 14th: https://www.facebook.com/events/216582812462727/

East Tennessee Young Farmers Coalition: https://www.facebook.com/ETNYFC/

Nourish Knoxville Market Square Farmers’ Market: https://www.nourishknoxville.org/market-square-farmers-market/

Dixie Lee Farmers’ Market: http://www.dixieleefarmersmarket.com/

Maryville Farmers’ Market: http://www.farmersmarketmaryville.com/

East Tennessee Farmers Association of Retail Marketing: http://www.easttnfarmmarkets.org/index.asp

CAC Beardsley Farm: https://www.facebook.com/beardsleyfarm/

Sevierville Market (every Friday):  https://www.facebook.com/events/533684190090056/

Eastside Sunday Market: https://www.facebook.com/EastsideSundayMarket/

Morgan County Farmers Market: https://www.facebook.com/Morganfarmersmarket/

Harriman Farmers Market: https://www.facebook.com/HarrimanFarmersMarket/

Seymour Farmers Market: http://seymourfarmersmarket.org/

East Tennessee Children’s Hospital Farmer’s Market: https://www.facebook.com/events/2015370921838195/

 This is a picture of Clara Robinson by way of Fred Sauceman. Fred shares a food history memory of the 20 years that Clara Robinson made and sold Hot Tamales on Magnolia, Avenue in Knoxville, TN on this podcast from his "Pot Luck Radio" segment.

This is a picture of Clara Robinson by way of Fred Sauceman. Fred shares a food history memory of the 20 years that Clara Robinson made and sold Hot Tamales on Magnolia, Avenue in Knoxville, TN on this podcast from his "Pot Luck Radio" segment.

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Pictured: Joseph Blauvelt, Chef & Instructor at the University Culinary Institute, Knoxville -  Preservation Kitchen http://rhtm.utk.edu/the-preservation-kitchen/. If you would like to offer your expertise as a speaker, please Email Joseph directly at: jblauvel@utk.edu

 

 Pictured: Some of the equipment for use by the community at the University Culinary Institute, Knoxville -  Preservation Kitchen http://rhtm.utk.edu/the-preservation-kitchen/

Pictured: Some of the equipment for use by the community at the University Culinary Institute, Knoxville -  Preservation Kitchen http://rhtm.utk.edu/the-preservation-kitchen/

 Strawberry jam being made in the University of Tennessee Culinary institute Preservation Kitchen.

Strawberry jam being made in the University of Tennessee Culinary institute Preservation Kitchen.

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