Monthly Archives: May 2012

No Pink Slime! No Mysteries of Origin! No Supporting CAFOs! Three reasons to buy locally-grown Oklahoma ground beef.

Ground beef is one of the best values to be found in our developing local food scene.  It is offered by a multitude of producers, with prices ranging from $4.50/lb on up to around $6/lb.   You can choose between grass … Continue reading

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Roots and Radishes – OR — Help! What do I do with a daikon radish!

Even though I’ve been around the Oklahoma Food Cooperative from the beginning, I am continually amazed and delighted at the progress of our developing local food system. This month I am seeing lots of roots and radishes, and different kinds … Continue reading

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Be Careful What You Ask For, Okie City

As I predicted in my blog post of May 2nd, OKC has the most amazingly stoopid transportation planning, OKC Code Enforcement was out bright and early this AM writing me up for the dastardly code infraction of not having street … Continue reading

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OKC has the most amazingly stoopid transportation planning.

This post is guaranteed to get me another code violation, lol. Sometimes I think those responsible for transportation planning in central Oklahoma should receive an award for the “Most Amazingly Stupid Transit Planning Anywhere”. When I take Amtrak to Ft. … Continue reading

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