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Articles on Occupy Wall Street Food Justice

GMO Free Hawaii. Message from Makana. Hawaii’s Makana Occupy YouTube Anthem. (04/27/12)

TruthOut. Populism Isn’t Dead, It’s Marching: What 19th Century Farmers Can Teach Occupiers About How to Keep Going. Counting The Valuable Lessons of History. (12/30/11)

Daily Kos. (UPDATED) Frank Luntz: “I’m so scared to death of OWS” Semantics Lesson to Defuse Occupy Movement. (12/19/11)

FoodFreedom. Willie Nelson: Occupy the Food System; Farmers march on Wall Street (videos). Explanation of Corporate Concentration in Ag. (12/18/11)

Huffington Post. Farmers March With Occupy Wall Street, Sowing the Seeds of Hope and Democracy. Complete Piece includes Farmers Speeches. (12/15/11)

The Bangor Daily News. Aroostook farmer the face of organic growers’ fight against Monsanto. Article on OSGATA v Monsanto & Occupy Farmers March. (12/08/11)

TakePart.com. The Farmers March on Wall Street. Coverage of Occupy Food Justice Farmers March. (12/07/11)

The 4th Street Food Co-op. Food and Justice make a great pairing at La Plaza Cultural. Excellent Six-Minute Video on Occupy Farmers March. (12/07/11)

Alternet. The Real History of ‘Corporate Personhood’: Meet the Man to Blame for Corporations Having More Rights Than YouBrief and Valuable. (12/06/11)

Martha Colburn on Youtube.  FARMER’S MARCH-OWS. Super 8 film by Martha Colburn soundtrack-Death Grips. Incredible Edgy 3 Minute FIlm on Occupy Farmers March. (12/06/11)

Grist. Sow seeds, not greed: Farmers gather on Wall Street. Well-Backgrounded Grist Article on Occupy Wall Street Farmers March. (12/06/11)

The Diners Journal. A Maine Farmer Speaks to Wall Street. NY Times article on Occupy Wall Street Farmers March. (12/05/11)

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Lemon Potatoes: 2 pounds small red potatoes, pictured are Rose Gold, scrubbed a…

Lemon Potatoes:

2 pounds small red potatoes, pictured are Rose Gold, scrubbed and halved (quartered if large)

1 1/2 tsp grated zest and 2 T juice from 1 lemon

2 garlic cloves, peeled and smashed, plus 2 cloves, minced

1 c chicken broth or water

Sea salt and pepper

2 T extra-virgin olive oil

2 T finely chopped fresh parsley

Place potatoes in colander and rinse under running water, tossing with hands until water runs clear. Drain potatoes well.

Bring potatoes, lemon juice, smashed garlic, chicken broth or water, and 1/2 tsp salt to boil in large nonstick skillet. Reduce heat to medium-low and cook, covered, until potatoes are just tender, 12 to 15 minutes. Remove lid and increase heat to medium. Cook, stirring occasionally, until liquid evaporates, about 5 minutes.

Discard garlic cloves and add oil to pan. Turn all potatoes cut side down and continue to cook until deep golden brown, about 6 minutes. Off heat, stir in parsely, lemon zest, and minced garlic. Season with salt and pepper and serve.

-Megan

Source: Cook's Illustrated magazine, "Summer Entertaining 2011"




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