Real Food 4 Real Play

    Check out the festival links for line ups, video and general vibe overview.  Red Ants Pants Festival, July 28th – 31st ,White Sulphur Springs, MT  29th Annual Grand Targhee Bluegrass Festival, August

Feeding the Frustration

It’s infuriating how difficult eating has become. Reading labels is the equivalent to the classic card game “Go Fish”. Often the ingredients read like annotated Latin and worse, their composition

Mama’s Know How

As it stands, I am just over six months out from the birth of my first kiddo, Penelope. Experiencing pregnancy, birth and postpartum as an athlete has been a roller

If there’s one thing you need to do before anything else each day, it’s eat. No one is stranger to the time old adage breakfast like a king, lunch like a

If there’s one thing you need to do before anything else each day, it’s eat. No one is stranger to the time old adage breakfast like a king, lunch like a

From Slopes to Table: Copper Moose Farm

  Harvesting garlic is a pivotal time of year for Daisy Fair. This treasured farm tradition happens at the end of July and marks the segue into the most bountiful

Meet Alternative Sweeteners’ Little Imposter: Agave

It’s been two days since California got played for a fool by Monsanto in the disappointing outcome of Proposition 37. Voters chose the fear of change over the right to

Proposition 37: We Can’t Vote On It, But It’s Still Our Business

As the election approaches a lot more than just the presidential race is on the line. While we don’t live or vote in California, one of the ballot issues we’ve

Guiding Lights – Defining Sustainable Food

Here at Kate’s we see ourselves as a small but integral part of the evolving “sustainable” food industry committed to improving the global food system that we depend on to

Food For Thought

“Every time we shop, every time we eat, we can either build or destroy our communities.” – Sam Mogannam, owner of Bi-Rite Market I recently watched Sam Mogannam’s TEDx talk