Jean Luc Figueras, who was Barcelona’s first modern-day star chef in the early 1990s, died last night after suffering cardiac arrest in Hatay, in southern Turkey. He was attending the first edition of Mediterranean Culinary Days, a celebration of Mediterranean cuisines sponsored by the local government and the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism. Spain opened the event, with Figueras as main chef serving a dinner for 180 alongside colleagues Jordi Jacas of El Molí de l'Escala on the Costa Brava and Juanjo Rodríguez of Barcelona’s Codium.
Jordi Jacas explained to the Barcelona daily La Vanguardia that Figueras had worked from five in the morning until 11 at night preparing a tasting menu comprised of signature dishes from all three chefs. "Jean-Luc was radiant, never happier, and treated us to an unforgettable evening during which he even sang and danced for us," Jacas reported. After dinner, the chef retired to his hotel room, where he died at 4 a.m.
Figueras’s partner Ángela Bolaños was with him at the time. Bolaños was quoted as saying that she hoped that Figueras’s friends would remember him for “his gift for making us laugh, for his kindness, for his vital irreverence, his human qualities and for the admiration we had for his creativity."
Figueras, a native of St-Antonin-Noble-Val, northwest of Toulouse, in France, became Barcelona’s top culinary media darling in the 1980s as chef at Eldorado Petit and at his own Azulete, both in the Sarrià-Sant Gervasi-Tres Torres reaches of upper Barcelona. Only in his late twenties when he burst upon the Barcelona restaurant scene, Figueras had both European good looks (think Alain Delon and Marcello Mastroianni) and charm, along a fresh approach to creative simplicity in the kitchen that him a huge success at a time when Ferran Adrià was still trying to make it as a dishwasher in Castelldefels. Madrileños were known to take the Talgo to Barcelona to dine at the young master’s table in the same way that Parisians used to hop the TGV to Lyon to try Paul Bocuse’s truffle soup. "Jean Luc was a great chef, but almost more important, he was a great cook. You always knew that a meal at his hands was going to be perfectly executed and absolutely delicious." - Colman Andrews
After over two decades (1995-2007) at the helm of his eponymous Michelin-starred restaurant in lower Gràcia, Figueras began a peripatetic period during which he served as gastronomic advisor to Grupo Sagardi and Osteria Ibai in Sant Pere de Ribas before returning to Barcelona to direct the restaurant Blanc at the newly opened Mandarin Oriental. In 2013, Figueras started a new phase as the chef of the Hotel Mercer’s gastronomic restaurant, where he worked with his son Edu and his daughter Claudia. The restaurant was recently named #75 in The Daily Meal's 101 Best Restaurants in Europe. Daily Meal editorial director Colman Andrews had known Figueras since his days at Eldorado Petit. "Jean Luc was a great chef," says Andrews, "but almost more important, he was a great cook. You always knew that a meal at his hands was going to be perfectly executed and absolutely delicious."
In April of this year, Figueras told The Daily Meal that he was happy he was to be working with his two children in the kitchen, and stressed how thrilled he was to be “starting again, filled with high hopes and ilusion[eagerness].”
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DISTIL YOUR WORLD. An explorative journey to capture the essence of the most iconic places in the world
NISAAH. Rebuilding life after the war in Syria
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Animation | 6' | 2021 | English
Documentary | 3 x 30' | 2020 | English, Spanish
Documentary | 69' | 2021 | Arabic
In the Heat of the Cold Years
Documentary | 75' | 2021 | Spanish, French
Lélo, Painting and Liberty
Documentary | 64' | 2020 | French
Documentary | 41' & 50' | 2020 | English
Documentary | 16' | 2021 | Spanish
Fiction | 13' | 2021 | Pakistan
Documentary | 96' | 2020 | Spain
Documentary | 70' | 2020 | Spain
Documentary | 75´ 56' | 2019 | Spain
Documentary | 79´ | 2020 | The Netherlands
Documentary | 100´ | 2021 | Spain
Documentary | 70´ | 2020 | Spain
Documentary | 25´ | 2020 | France
The Rudeness of a German Lady
Fiction | 15´ | 2020 | Croatia, Hungaryría
Documentary | 117' | 2020 | English
Documentary | 75' & 56' | 2019 | Bosnian
Documentary | 64' | 2020 | Iceland
Documentary | 71' & 55' | 2019 | Argentina, Uruguay
Documentary | 85' & 52' | 2021 | Spanish
Fiction | 12' | 2019 | Andorra
Fiction | 18´ | 2019 | USA, España
Documentary | 72' | 2019 | Spain
Documentary | 17´ | 2019 | Spain
Documentary | 20´ | 2019 | Switzerland, Cuba
Alinea in Residence Madrid
Documentary | 62´ | 2017 | Spain
Documentary | 71´ | 2017 | Spain
Documentary | 29´ | 2019 | Colombia
Documentary | 73´| 2019 | Mexico
Documentary | 24´| 2019 | Costa Rica, USA, Nicaragua
Documentary | 14' | 2018 | Greecc-Germany-United Estates
Fiction | 14' | 2019 | Argentina
The Man Who Wanted to See It All
Documentary | 92' & 52' | 2020 | Spain
Documentary | 19' | 2019 | Lithuania
Documentary | 12' | 2019 | Portuguese
And that Is How the Rivers Came to be
Documentary, Animation | 3' | 2019 | Spanish, English, French
Documentary | 24' & 17' | 2020 | Spanish
Animation | 7' | 2019 | Spanish
Documentary | 90' | 2020 | English, Spanish
Documentary | 80' & 52' | 2022 | Russsian
Fiction | 13' | 2019 | English, Spanish
Animation | 14' | 2019 | No dialogues
Documentary | 20' | 2018 | French
Documentary| 19' | 2018 | Spanish
Animation | 14' | 2018 | No dialogues
Documentary | 69' | 2018 | Catalan, Spanish
Animation | 9' | 2018 | English
Documentary | 78' | 2019 | Bengali
Documentary | 24' | 2019 | Spanish
The Lord of the Dinosaurs
Documentary | 82' | 2017 | Spanish
Documentary | 23' | 2018 | Spanish
Peret: the king of the gypsy rumba
Documentary | 93' & 58' | 2018 | Spanish, Catalonian
Fiction | 10' | 2019 | English
Fiction | 7' | 2018 | Spanish
Documentary | 112' & 2x52' | 2019 | English
Documentary | 61' | 2018 | Polsih, Icelandic
Documentary | 80' & 53' | 2019 | Spanish
Our Flag Will Never Be Red
Documentary | 72' & 59' | 2019 | Portuguese, English
Documentary | 92' & 58' | Zulu, English
Documentary | 86' & 56' | 2019 | Spanish, Valencian
Ara Malikian: A Life Among Strings
Documentary | 88' | 2019 | Spanish
Fiction | 11' | 2017 | Armenian
Fiction | 15' | 2019 | English, Spanish
Documentary | 52' | 2019 | Portuguese
Documentary | 85' | 2018 | English, Spanish
Documentary | 52' | 2017 | Vietnamese
Documentary | 28' | 2018 | Arabic, Spanish
Fiction | 12' | 20178 | Persian
Fiction | 5' | 2019 | English
Documentary | 103' | 2018 | Catalan
Fiction | 12' | 2019 | Spanish
Documentary | 12' | 2018 | Spanish
Documentary | 25' | 2019 | English
Documentary | 23' | 2018 | Portuguese
Documentary | 18' | 2019 | Spanish
Documentary | 21' & 27' | 2018 | Russian
Documentary | 72' | 2018 | English
Documentary | 72' & 52' | 2018 | Spanish
Mies on Scene. Barcelona in two acts.
Documentary | 58' | 2018 | German, Spanish, Catalan, English
The Last Frontier: The Inuit of West Greenland
Documentary | 50' | 2019 | English, Spanish
Documentary | 73' | 2018 | Spanish
Documentary | 52' | 2018 | Spanish
Documentary | 90' | 2018 | Spanish
Fiction | 15' | 2019 | French
Documentary | 61' & 58' | 2018 | English, French
Documentary | 22' & 26' | 2018 | Farsi, English
My father is my Mother´s Brother
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Fiction | 23' | 2018 | English
Documentary | 75' & 54' | 2019 | English, Spanish, Catalan
Documentary | 95' | 2018 | Spanish, Valencian
Documentary | 75' & 52' | 2019 | English, Spanish, Catalan
Documentary | 70' & 56' | 2019 | Spanish, Catalan, English
Streetkids United 3 - The Road to Moscow
Documentary | 60' | 2019 | English, Tamil
Documentary | 90' & 52' | 2019 | Spanish, Catalan
The Exile of María Teresa
Documentary | 2018 | 90' & 52' | Spanish, English, Swedish
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Salmon in a Jar (and Modern Pioneer Giveaway Winners Announced!)
Congratulations to our giveaway winners Elizabeth and Mary B on winning Georgia Pellegrini’s new book, Modern Pioneering. Enjoy!
I’ve been collecting and reviewing cookbooks for over thirty years now, so it only takes minutes for me to fan through a book and know if it belongs on my shelf or in the giveaway pile. Many books are filled with appealing recipes, but for a book to make it to my shelf, there has to be more.
I gave Georgia Pellegrini’s new book Modern Pioneering (Clarkson Potter) the fan test. Not only will this book make it on my bookshelf, it will likely earn a coveted spot on my kitchen counter. This smart, practical, eye-catching book is inspired.
For aspiring, experience-less gardeners (like me) there is a simple, clear tutorial for urbanites, suburbanites, and country dwellers. There are recipes, yes, but not the usual ones. Rather it’s what to do with the stuff you might grow or pick or forage… like Rosehip Cardamom Tea, Lemony Fig Jam, or Potato, Apple, and Parsnip Skillet Tart. And then there are the little sidebar jewels scattered throughout. Did you know a post-shampoo beer rinse makes for healthy hair? Or that you can make your own tinted lip gloss with coconut oil, vitamin E, Vaseline, and beet juice (I’m totally doing it).
The home pantry offers tips and recipes for pickling—love her recipe for classic Watermelon Rinds creatively flavored with star anise, fennel, and cardamom. There are sections on curing, drying (I’ll be making her Cranberry Chews this fall) preserving and jamming, as well as preserving with fat (I made—and loved—Salmon in a Jar, see recipe below). She teaches fermenting too, with recipes for kimchi and kefir.
After reading “How to Find Your Way Without a Compass” in her survival section, I fantasized about getting lost in the woods. And after studying, “How to Create a Pocket-Size 48-Hour Survival Tool Kit”—it all starts with an Altoids container—I’m definitely on it.
In Weekend Warrior Projects, she inspired me to make colored Mason Jars and turn bottles into glassware. And as someone who lost twenty-seven trees during hurricane Sandy, I was grateful for instructions on how to turn a tree stump into a table.
Lucky for you, we’re giving away two copies. Just tell us why you’d like Georgia Pellegrini’s Modern Pioneer. Giveaway ends this Thursday night, April 10th at 9 PM ET.
I’m first. I want Modern Pioneer because Georgia tells me how to make Pine Tree Tea!
Feminism is defined as the belief in the social, political, and economic equality of the sexes. The goal of feminism is to challenge the systemic inequalities women face on a daily basis.
Selección de la entrevista del año 1975.
“One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman. No biological, psychological, or economic destiny defines the figure that the human female acquires in society it is civilization as a whole that develops this product, intermediate between female and eunuch, which one calls feminine.
Simone de Beauvoir is a feminist icon. She didn’t just write the feminist book, she wrote the movement’s bible, The Second Sex. She was an engaged intellectual who combined philosophical and literary productivity with real-world political action that led to lasting legislative change.
Simone de Beauvoir was a significant philosopher of existentialism and a pioneering figure of contemporary philosophical feminism. Her lifelong association with the philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre, her lover and intellectual companion, contributed to her worldwide celebrity.
De Beauvoir takes up this idea and applies it to men’s perception of women. The very concept of ‘woman‘, de Beauvoir argues, is a male concept: woman is always ‘other’ because the male is the ‘seer’: he is the subject and she the object – the meaning of what it is to be a woman is given by men.
Beauvoir’s emphasis on the fact that women need access to the same kinds of activities and projects as men places her to some extent in the tradition of liberal, or second-wave feminism. She demands that women be treated as equal to men and laws, customs and education must be altered to encourage this.
Themes in Existentialism
- Importance of the individual. …
- Importance of choice. …
- Anxiety regarding life, death, contingencies, and extreme situations. …
- Meaning and absurdity. …
- Authenticity. …
- Social criticism. …
- Importance of personal relations. …
- Atheism and Religion.
Simone de Beauvoir : cual fue el recibimiento en la sociedad a su obra “el segundo sexo” entrevista en 1975 ¿por qué ser feminista? Simone de Beauvoir en 1975 explicaba cual fue el recibimiento en la sociedad a su obra “el segundo sexo” y como fue recibida por la izquierda, los intelectuales y los comunistas. Quizas te sorprenderá… o no.
The second wave of feminism in the United States came as a delayed reaction against the renewed domesticity of women after World War II: the late 1940s post-war boom, which was an era characterized by an unprecedented economic growth, a baby boom, a move to family-oriented suburbs and the ideal of companionate …
Raw zucchini hummus
For some weeks now the Quotidian cooks have been considering giving a twist to our Natural Cooking line. More natural!, we say to ourselves, cleaner, healthier! ¿And… more energizing? So, we are going to start a series of recipes on Raw and Living Foods, our favorite challenge in modern cuisine.
Raw food tends to be considered as an extreme or alternative food. Only raw?… really? Well, don’t panic, since when we make a salad we are eating raw food, and all cultures have dishes which are not touched by fire. Living foods also include sprouts, fermented products, cold cooking and foods cooked at less than 118 °F. Why? In order to preserve their nutrients and vitamins, their pure water and, above all, their enzymes. In fact, we want to protect the wholeness of the foods when we cook them, keeping their properties intact in their original package. What nature created.
It is true that a fully raw diet can be adopted for health or ethical reasons or to be consistent with a philosophy of natural living. We prefer to adopt raw foods gradually, on our path to a healthier way of cooking while we discover the techniques and benefits of the cleanest food possible. Obviously, It’s clear that if this cooking style appeals to us, it is because the call to a healthier lifestyle is echoing inside us. As you see, we are also looking for personal development.
The quotidians are going to bring you this cooking line by showing you how to overcome the challenges of raw cooking with a really easy first recipe: a raw zucchini hummus.
Challenge number one: the purity and freshness of the ingredients. In order to be consistent with a living cooking approach, we need clean and fresh products. Products free from treatments, industrial manipulation and sourced from environmentally-friendly farming. We will also avoid processed food. For this hummus we are going to use raw tahini made from non-roasted sesame seeds, organic extra virgin olive oil and fresh organic vegetables. The lemon and parsley are from our garden.
Challenge number two: raw cooking techniques. Obviously, in order to go beyond salads we need a set of cooking techniques which allow us to prepare food while respecting its wholeness. In this case, we are going to cold cook the zucchini by macerating them in salt to modify their texture and make them more digestible.
It is essential to shred the zucchini in very thin slices with the potato peeler (or a spiralizer). We add the salt and massage well. We leave it to rest for thirty minutes and the vegetable will be transformed.
Challenge number three: to integrate raw food into a culinary cultural tradition. We believe in food with cultural roots and flavors marked by the land, climate and history. In this case, the hummus variation, its ingredients and the accents we can add (lemon, cumin, garlic) lead us to a classic but updated Mediterranean dish.
Challenge number four: raw dishes must be delicious, appealing, and excellent from a culinary point of view. In this way, we grow as cooks without losing sight of the pleasure of eating. In this recipe, the zucchini gives the hummus a silky texture, very soft and warm, making it irresistible.
Today’s recipe is a masterpiece of simplicity and effectiveness as it meets the challenges we just pointed out in a very elegant way. The raw zucchini hummus is a creation of Chef Renée Loux, pioneer of Living Foods in the United States and founder of the first raw restaurant in the country: The Raw Experience in Maui, Hawaii.
If you are looking for changes in your life style, we encourage you to try an incursion into the world of raw. Raw and living foods offer us a clean, very healthy, environmentally-friendly food, in line with the ethical principles of integrity with nature. Keep on reading us, we will post more.
Restaurants in Telok Ayer
The Market Grill
If you’re feeling like some surf ‘n’ turf, you can’t go wrong with The Market Grill. This cosy diner serves up fresh seafood and juicy chargrilled meats in an industrial-chic interior. Sink your teeth into their succulent selection of premium steaks, such as grass-fed David Blackmore Wagyu, Rangers Valley WX, and dry-aged John Stone Black Angus. For those who like their meats in a fluffy bun, The Market Grill also does some mean burgers − opt for the Bleu Cheese Burger (S$21/29), a walnut raisin bun loaded with bacon and blue cheese, or splurge on the Lobster Roll, a luscious affair of whole lobster and herbed pommery mayonnaise atop toasted brioche (S$56). Check out our review here.
The Market Grill is located at 208 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068642, p. +65 6221 3323. Open Mon-Sat 11.30am−2.30pm and 6pm−10pm. Closed Sun.
13% Gastro Wine
Tucked on the second floor of a charming shophouse, 13% Gastro Wine takes European wining and dining to new heights. This cosy gastrobar prepares all its charcuterie in-house to ensure the finest flavours−think aromatic duck rillettes, pork marinated in five spices, and the signature 13% Short Rib (S$42), a melt-in-the-mouth slab of slow-cooked beef. The star attraction, of course, remains the sprawling wine list, with varieties curated from more than ten different countries and exciting new labels brought in regularly. Check out our review here.
13% Gastro Wine has outlets in Telok Ayer, Kiliney Road, and Aliwal Street. 13% Gastro [email protected] Ayer is located at 123A Telok Ayer Street 2nd Floor, Singapore 068592, p. +65 6224 6885. Open Mon-Fri 12pm−12am. Closed Sat-Sun.
Chuan Hung Noodles
This unassuming Sichuan joint takes its noodles very, very seriously. Its specialty Mian Yang noodles are sourced from artisans in a specific Sichuan village, handpicked after a full year of research across Sichuan by the Chuan Hung team. The strands of slurpworthy goodness arrive swimming in your choice of clear, red, or mixed broth, topped with fragrant meats like King Prawns with Vine Pepper (S$15.50) and Signature Braised Beef (S$13.50).
Chuan Hung Noodles is located at 51A Telok Ayer St, #01-01, Singapore 048441, p. +65 9755 1058. Open Mon-Fri 10am−3pm and 5pm−9pm, Sat-Sun 10am−9pm.
With a freshly garnered one Michelin star in hand, Cheek Bistro serves up modern Australian fare in a classy-casual setting. Its vibrant array of small to large plates is packed with innovative twists of flavour, courtesy of Chef Rishi Naleendra and team. Fans swear by the signature Confit Duck Leg (S$34), sweetened with parsnip puree, orange, and spiced caramel, as well as the classic Burrata (S$22), accented with a punch of fermented green chili. See our review here.
Cheek Bistro is located at 21 Boon Tat St, Singapore 069620, p. +65 6221 1911. Open Mon-Fri 12pm−2.30pm and 6pm−10pm, Sat 6pm−10.30pm. Closed Sun.
An offshoot of Chef Carles Gaig’s Michelin-starred restaurant in Barcelona, Gaig Restaurant is full of relaxed vibes and rustic charm. The family-owned restaurant offers impeccable renditions of authentic Catalan fare, with recipes preserved from the 19th century. The cannelloni (S$16.50)−pork and foie gras-filled pasta in rich truffle cream sauce−boasts the timeless flavours of the 1869 original, while the Catalan Crème Brûlée (S$10.50) is a rare marvel of cream custard and caramel. Check out our review here.
Gaig Restaurant is located at 16 Stanley Street, Singapore 068735, p. +65 6221 2134. Open Mon-Fri 12pm−2.30pm and 6pm−10pm, Sat 6pm−10pm. Closed Sun.
This laidback Aussie cafe in the heart of the CBD is a go-to brunch spot for Singapore’s hipsters. With their massive sandwiches, hearty salads, and mean cuppas, their brekkie will get you all fuelled up. For lunch and dinner, they also do a great range of pastas and steaks made with grass-fed beef and hormone-free chicken.
Sarnies is located at 136 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068601, p. +65 6224 6091. Open Mon-Tues 7.30am−10.30pm, Wed-Fri 7.30am−12am, Sat-Sun 8.30am−4pm.
There’re no gastronomic rules or boundaries at Preludio, where ‘Author’s Cuisine’ takes centre stage and the menu is ever-changing. Rather than having a specific cuisine focus−say, French or Italian−this avant-garde approach is all about playing with surprising textures and flavours. Preludio’s current chapter, ‘Monochrome’, is an intriguing exploration of black and white tones − think inky black cuts of meat set off by snow-white dressings and cloud-like desserts on ebony tableware. See our review here.
Preludio is located at 182 Cecil Street, #03-01/02 Frasers Tower, Singapore 069547, p. +65 6904 5686. Open Mon-Fri 11.30am−2.30pm and 6pm−9.30pm, Sat 6pm−9.30pm. Closed Sun.
Kitchen by Food Rebel
Kitchen by Food Rebel is proof that healthy food can taste exciting. A pioneer in Singapore’s clean eating scene, this bistro features a colourful array of organic greens, gluten-free wraps, hormone-free meats, and superfood salads. With tasty options like Zoodle Beef Bolognese (S$18) − a zucchini-noodle twist on spaghetti − or The Rebel Chicken Burger (S$21), it might just be cheat day everyday. See our review here.
Kitchen by Food Rebel is located at 28 Stanley Street, Singapore 068737, p. +65 6224 7088. Open Mon-Fri 8am−6pm, Sat 9am−3pm. Closed Sun.
There’s much to love about Muchachos, a neon-lit diner with all the Cali-Mex comfort grub we need. From the hearty California Burrito (S$13.50) to the succulent Buttermilk Fried Chicken (S$12/16.50), the food coma you get after will be completely worth it. Check out our review here.
Muchachos is located at 182 Cecil St, #01-01 Frasers Tower, Singapore 069547, p. +65 6513 0215. Open Mon-Sat 11am−9pm. Closed Sun.
The Mast’ of Mozzarella
Get your fromage fix at The Mast’ of Mozzarella, an Italian restaurant which produces its own mozzarella from traditional buffalo’s milk. Their gooey, fragrant mozzarella makes its way into exquisite dishes like the Salmon Scozzese pizza (S$20/26) and the Tris di Bufala cheese platter (S$38). Check out our review here.
The Mast’ of Mozzarella is located at 182 Cecil Street, #01-05/08 Frasers Tower, Singapore 069547, p. +65 6513 8010. Open Mon-Sat 10am−10pm. Closed Sun.
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Barcelona is one of Spain&rsquos most visited cities. With a culture and language unique from the rest of the country, the metropolis attracts many who are involved in some type of culinary pursuit. Song and Riera richly document the origins of Catalan cooking in this book, delving as far back as the Middle Ages up to the present. They also focus on the rise of such celebrated chefs as Ferran Adrià of the restaurant elBulli, soon to reopen as elBulli 1846. Digging deep into the history of medieval Spain, they examine Muslim influence on both Spanish food and culture, and also how French gastronomy shaped Spanish cuisine. A section on Barcelona's restaurants is included, with a glimpse at their histories and how they contribute to the overall gastronomic landscape of the city. A final chapter provides a sample of traditional Catalan dishes, along with building blocks of this style of cooking, such as allioli or garlic-olive oil sauce. Recipes include rabbit with chocolate sauce, rice with artichokes, and panellets, or Catalan marzipan sweets. ― Booklist
This deep dive into Catalan cuisine aims to provide a culinary history of the region and its largest metropolis, Barcelona, that isn&rsquot typically found in guidebooks. Authors Song, a Spanish professor at Bryn Mawr, and Riera, who teaches food studies at Barcelona&rsquos Abat Oliba University, start with some of the biggest names that put Barcelona on the map as &ldquoa gateway to a revolutionary culinary world&rdquo&mdashparticularly chef Ferran Adrià of El Bulli, known for pioneering molecular gastronomy (with dishes like 'spherical melon caviar' and 'exploding olives'). The authors track how the region&rsquos distinctive cuisine and dining culture evolved through political takeovers and uprisings from the Middle Ages to the present, often 'adapting foreign dishes to local tastes' (such as the tomato, which was brought from Cuba in the 18th century). The book concludes with a chapter of recipes for classic 'building blocks of Catalan cooking' such as allioli (a sauce of garlic and oil) made in a mortar, and sofregit, a 'jam-like' base for many dishes made of 'diced onion, slowly cooked until caramelized.' This food biography will satisfy foodies and travel lovers looking to learn more about Catalonia&rsquos culinary and cultural identity. ― Publishers Weekly
Song and Riera achieve a harmonious balance between an accounting of major historical events and the story of Catalan food and cookery, thus providing a deeper understanding of Barcelona&rsquos unique food culture . . . Overall, the authors have fashioned an informative and engaging story of the cooking and eating of Barcelona, drawing on Catalan historical cookbooks alongside an extensive collection of writings by Catalan journalists and food writers of the twentieth century. . .
― Gastronomica: The Journal of Food and Culture
H. Rosi Song and Anna Riera Pi take readers on a mouth-watering journey into the culinary delights of Catalan cuisine and gastronomic history. Reading this book will make you want to pack your bags and start making restaurant reservations. If a trip to Barcelona isn&rsquot in your books then all the authentic, Catalan recipes will do the trick. -- Maria Astrand, Founder, Photographer, and Social Media Strategist, Barcelona Food Experience
A Taste of Barcelona is a much needed deep dive into Catalan cuisine. Ranging from the Catalan kitchen&rsquos medieval roots to its modern molecular practitioners that continue to push cooking to its very limits, this well-researched book offers readers a better understanding into exactly what makes Catalan cuisine so great. -- Jeff Koehler, author of "Spain: Recipes and Traditions"
About the Author
H. Rosi Song is Professor of Spanish at Bryn Mawr College and author of Lost in Transition: Constructing Memory in Contemporary Spain (2016), and co-editor of the volumes Traces of Contamination: Unearthing Francoist Legacy in Contemporary Spanish Discourse (2005) and Towards a Cultural Archive of la Movida: Back to the Future (2013). She has published widely on contemporary Spanish culture, film and literature. Her frequent travels to Barcelona over almost two decades has have shaped her appreciation and knowledge of Catalan culture and its gastronomic traditions.
Anna Riera teaches Food Studies at Universitat Abat Oliba CEU, where she started the graduate program in Gastronomic and Oenological Communication, the first of its kind in Spain. She lectures on Food & Communication at the Universitat de Barcelona. Informed by her travels in South America, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, she has examined the close relationship between landscape and local food culture. She shared these experiences in her radio program Cuina'm in Onda Cero Catalunya (2006-08). A frequent speaker at gastronomy conferences in Spain, she is a writer for and member of the management staff of the magazine supplement Gourmets published by El Periódico de Catalunya .
The Axis of Dance and Disability
When contemporary dancer Marc Brew sustained a disabling injury in a car crash at the age of twenty, he was disheartened by friends who told him he couldn’t be a professional dancer anymore and urged him to return to school to study something else. There is a short-sighted but common misperception that a disabled person can’t dance. AXIS Dance Company in Oakland, California, seeks to cast aside the traditional and limiting aesthetic of classical dance and reimagine one that welcomes a richer diversity of movement and bodies in space.
Now the artistic director of AXIS, Brew describes the mission of the company as redefining dance and disability through a collaboration between disabled and nondisabled dancers. Brew sees this happening through three pillars, the first being the art itself: “Artistry is the leading part of our work. It’s at the heart of what we do in terms of commissioning, creation, and performance of contemporary dance.” The company incorporates commissions with both established, high-profile choreographers as well as emerging innovators.
The second part of the mission is engagement, which includes its outreach and education work. The outreach program began in 1989 as a direct response to community demand by people who were seeing the performances and wanted to study and work in the field of integrated dance. This could be anything from school assemblies to workshops to master classes to residencies. As Brew explains, “Engagement is wrapped up in the artistry of what we do and helps us to broaden and serve more people.” A silver lining to the COVID-19 pandemic has been the enhanced accessibility of virtual classes, giving disabled dancers around the world an opportunity to try out dance in the safety of their homes.
The final pillar of the mission is advocacy. Brew elaborates, “As a pioneering integrative dance company, it’s really important for us to create opportunities locally and abroad by championing access, inclusion, and equity for people with disabilities both in dance and the wider community.” In the beginning, there were virtually no choreographers who had worked with diverse bodies, and a lot of effort and labor on the part of the dancers was required to essentially train the choreographers on how to make work accessible. These choreographers were really affected by the work and the eye-opening experience and brought a new awareness back to their own companies. Additionally, AXIS began a new program in 2017 called Choreo-Lab, supported by the Mellon Foundation. It brought seven disabled choreographers to the Bay Area to be co-mentored by Brew and disabled choreographer Caroline Bowditch (Australia/UK) in an effort to support emerging disabled choreographers.
Though the similar sound of the words “access” and AXIS seems intentional, the company name actually came from the axis of a wheel. The company was founded in 1987 by a dancer named Thais Mazur, who gathered a group of women to explore movement and create work. The majority of that work in those ten years centered around the personal stories of the dancers in the company and what they brought to the studio. When Judith Smith took over as artistic director a decade later, the company was divided over what direction to take. In the end, Mazur parted ways with AXIS, and the dancers embarked on their goal of commissioning choreographers from outside the company. An early commission with Bill T. Jones, a well-known modern-dance choreographer, put AXIS on the map as a commission company and gave them the jump they needed to begin touring.
The small company consists of a mixture of six dancers with and without disabilities. Traditionally, its nondisabled dancers have all had access to dance degrees and dance training, as opposed to the disabled dancers, who may not have had similar opportunities growing up or in universities. For example, Brew had professionally trained in contemporary dance and classical ballet in Australia and was living and working in South Africa when he acquired his disability. Others who are born with their disability have had to carve out a less traditional pathway
When auditioning new members for the company, Brew looks for dancers who have passion, curiosity, fierceness, and a willingness to collaborate well with others. The dancers have different shapes, sizes, bodies, backgrounds, and cultures, and it’s this diversity that adds depth and texture to the works. Emotional and physical check-ins before classes and rehearsals are a daily ritual to empower dancers to have a voice and to advocate for themselves. And a happy side effect of this practice is mutual respect and support among dancers and choreographers. The length of time dancers choose to spend as members of AXIS varies. Some stay for a few years and move on to explore other avenues. Others may stay on for ten years. Some disabled dancers are actually able to have longer careers than their nondisabled counterparts.
A big obstacle that companies like AXIS face is funding. Brew would love to expand the number of dancers in the company, but funding is challenging. It’s a shift from working in the UK and Australia, where there is government funding to obtain ongoing arts funding from an art council or the like. In the US, the funding streams constantly change and affect the security of the company. With that said, AXIS is extremely fortunate to be able to offer dancers a nine-month contract and year-round health coverage. It’s a testament to the hard work of predecessor Judith Smith and the board.
Another hurdle AXIS faces is booking issues. There is a tendency for venues to see physically integrated dance as a box to check off, rather than seeing it as a dance company with its own personal style. AXIS brings work to the table that is relevant to the world we live in. Dancers are cross-trained in different fitness modalities and dance forms, such as improvisation, Pilates, and hip-hop. This diversity in training lends itself to the diverse repertoire AXIS prides itself on. In a recent season, it commissioned Robert Dekkers, a Bay Area choreographer with his own company called Post Ballet, to restage a piece of work called Flutter. Another piece, Petrichor: the smell of earth after rain, was envisioned by Jennifer Archibald, a Brooklyn-based choreographer who is known for fusing hip-hop and ballet and creating driven, emotive work. And the third piece was an international commission by Arthur Pita, who uses narrative as the foundation of his choreography. The piece interwove the idea of Alice in Wonderland with homelessness, creating an exploration between the surreal world and the real world. As a credit to their diversity, the dancers of AXIS are able to tackle these different bodies of work with athleticism and grace.
The landscape of physically integrated dance is changing and improving, but it has a long way to go. As Brew says, “The dance world can be fearful of the unknown. Education needs to happen. I always believe any good teacher who really believes in their craft can make their practice accessible. They may just need to look through a different lens.” Brew often stays away from classical dance vocabulary, which may be unfamiliar to those who didn’t find accessibility in classical ballet classes early on. Instead, he offers visual descriptions of the imagery he wants, like: “We’re going to scoop with the right side of the body and lift it to the top of our head and then tilt to the left side. Roll forward with your body, and let your body hang over your hips and then roll back up through the spine.”
AXIS continues to scoop out its place in the dance world, with an ongoing commitment to building a bridge between contemporary dance, physically integrated dance, and disability culture. The future of dance Brew hopes to see is rooted in the beauty of differently abled bodies moving on stage together in the fullest expression of diversity in movement and human form.
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56. Homestead to Heaven
About Blog Homestead to Heaven was originally created by a starry-eyed girl with big dreams in 2015. This was to be the place where I'd connect with others who had a dream to homestead (ie move to the country and raise our own food), while also raising generous, devout Catholic children with a strong trust in God. I thought I could be all things for all people while making some much needed extra income for my family through my blogging endeavors. Frequency 1 post / week Blog homesteadtoheaven.com
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57. Dandelion Roots Homestead Blog
Arkansas, United States About Blog A growing urban homestead Frequency 1 post / week Since Jan 2019 Blog dandelionroots.org/blog
Facebook fans 905 ⋅ Instagram Followers 1.1K ⋅ Domain Authority 1 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
58. French River Co.
Minnesota, United States About Blog The French River Homestead consists of tutorial and project videos, focusing on building and maintaining our homestead. Frequency 7 posts / quarter Blog frenchriverco.com
Facebook fans 541 ⋅ Social Engagement 7 ⋅ Domain Authority 4 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
59. Chasing Grace Homestead
About Blog We are a homestead seeking self-sustainability, frugality and simple, clean living. Frequency 2 posts / quarter Since Jan 2019 Blog chasinggracehomestead.com
Facebook fans 46 ⋅ Social Engagement 15 ⋅ Domain Authority 1 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
60. Green Journal Homestead
Tennessee, United States About Blog Trying to Homestead with little money and even less time. Frequency 1 post / month Since Feb 2019 Blog greenjournalhomestead.com
Domain Authority 5 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
61. Low-Carbon Life
Tel Aviv, Israel About Blog Practical information about resilience, appropriate technology and lowering your carbon footprint in a changing world. Frequency 1 post / week Blog low-carbonlife.org
Social Engagement 78 ⋅ Domain Authority 15 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
62. Homesteading | Spiraea Herbs
Ontario, Canada About Blog Learn, explore & participate in herbal medicine & homesteading with Durham Region's traditional herbalist. Read our blog. Frequency 2 posts / month Blog spiraeaherbs.ca/category/hom..
Facebook fans 2.2K ⋅ Instagram Followers 2K ⋅ Social Engagement 26 ⋅ Domain Authority 29 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
63. Little Homestead in Boise
Boise, Idaho, United States About Blog Life on a little urban homestead is a blog about Nancy's life in Boise where she shares her journey in making, ideas for self-sufficiency, food preservation, chicken keeping, cookery, organic gardening, crafts, diying, thrifting, vintage stuff and much more. Frequency 1 post / day Since Jun 2011 Also in Boise Blogs Blog littlehomesteadinboise.blogs..
Facebook fans 16 ⋅ Instagram Followers 12 ⋅ Social Engagement 1 ⋅ Domain Authority 25 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
64. The Prairie Homestead
Wyoming, United States About Blog The Prairie Homestead provides homegrown inspiration for those who dream of farm animals, hoard mason jars, and crave dirt under their fingernails. Frequency 24 posts / year Blog theprairiehomestead.com/blog
Facebook fans 484.5K ⋅ Twitter followers 5.8K ⋅ Instagram Followers 65.4K ⋅ Social Engagement 2.9K ⋅ Domain Authority 60 ⋅ Alexa Rank 214.3K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
65. Homestead Honey
Missouri, United States About Blog Homestead Honey is a radical homesteading blog, off the grid living, off the grid blog, Waldorf-inspired homeschooling, coaching programs for women & more! Teri's passion is connecting with, educating, and inspiring people who are ready to take a giant leap toward the simple, sustainable life they want for their families. Frequency 4 posts / year Blog homestead-honey.com
Facebook fans 36.4K ⋅ Twitter followers 2.6K ⋅ Instagram Followers 16.2K ⋅ Social Engagement 185 ⋅ Domain Authority 47 ⋅ Alexa Rank 1.5M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
66. Hip Chick Digs
Portland, Oregon, United States About Blog Hip Chick Digs blog is all about adventures of an urban homesteader growing greens, preserving the harvest and tending a backyard barnyard. Frequency 1 post / quarter Blog hipchickdigs.com
Facebook fans 1.2K ⋅ Twitter followers 1K ⋅ Instagram Followers 5.4K ⋅ Social Engagement 1 ⋅ Domain Authority 29 ⋅ Alexa Rank 5.6M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
67. Aiki Homestead
About Blog Aiki Homestead is a blog about the team's thoughts, actions, and adventures as they seek to become modern homesteaders in Ontario. Blog aikihomestead.blogspot.com
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68. Little City Farm
Canada About Blog The family at Little City Farm is an urban homesteading family of four trying to live simply and sustainably in a mid-sized city in southwestern Ontario. They have been living on 1/3 acre city homestead for 15 years, using the principles of permaculture as their guide, while trying to minimize their impact on the environment. Frequency 3 posts / year Also in Urban Blogs Blog littlecityfarm.blogspot.com
Twitter followers 40 ⋅ Domain Authority 27 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
69. High Sierra Permaculture | Permaculture Blog for the DIY and Professional Permaculture Practitioner
California, United States About Blog DIY and Professional Permaculture blog to help homesteaders, farmers, permaculture practitioners and more integrate permaculture into their lives and land. Frequency 2 posts / year Also in Permaculture Blogs Blog highsierrapermaculture.com/p..
Facebook fans 30.2K ⋅ Twitter followers 29 ⋅ Instagram Followers 14.9K ⋅ Domain Authority 25 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
70. Tenth Acre Farm | Permaculture for the Suburbs
Cincinnati, Ohio, United States About Blog The author of the Tenth Acre Farm, Amy, is a teacher turned suburban homesteader. She shares homesteading tips that saves time and money in the garden, kitchen, and home. Frequency 1 post / year Blog tenthacrefarm.com
Facebook fans 45K ⋅ Twitter followers 2.3K ⋅ Instagram Followers 4.6K ⋅ Social Engagement 745 ⋅ Domain Authority 45 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
71. Unexplained Underfoot Objects
United States About Blog Everyday homestead life with eye-witness accounts, official musings, best practices in the kitchen, stay-at-home Dad realities, and gardening tips. Frequency 1 post / year Blog unexplainedunderfootobjects.com
Twitter followers 2.2K ⋅ Instagram Followers 224.2K ⋅ Domain Authority 25 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
72. Innisfree Homestead
About Blog Back to the land in under an acre Frequency 3 posts / year Blog innisfreehomestead.com
Facebook fans 6 ⋅ Instagram Followers 65 ⋅ Social Engagement 13 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
73. Dogwood Pond Farms
Missouri, United States About Blog Experimenting with sustainability and trying to become as self-sufficient as possible on 26 acres in Missouri. Frequency 3 posts / year Blog dogwoodpondfarms.com
Facebook fans 139 ⋅ Twitter followers 70 ⋅ Instagram Followers 519 ⋅ Social Engagement 4 ⋅ Domain Authority 7 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
74. HomeSteading Freedom
About Blog HomeSteading Freedom is about rekindling your roots and self-sufficiency skills. It provides advice and information on homesteading and returning to self-sufficiency. Blog homesteadingfreedom.com
Facebook fans 114.1K ⋅ Twitter followers 780 ⋅ Domain Authority 27 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
75. The Giles Frontier
About Blog The Giles Frontier homeschool adventures take you outdoors and into your community. Share in their adventures and be encouraged on your homeschool journey. Blog thegilesfrontier.com/blog
Facebook fans 1.5K ⋅ Social Engagement 4 ⋅ Domain Authority 21 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
76. Runamuk Acres
Maine, United States About Blog The Runamuk Acres blog is about one lady beekeepers' mission to cultivate a pollinator conservation farm in Maine. Sam(antha) shares her journey as a farmer and beekeeper seeking to promote bee-friendly practices, as well as her passion for a more self-sufficient lifestyle. Frequency 1 post / quarter Blog runamukacres.com/blog
Instagram Followers 1.2K ⋅ Domain Authority 30 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
77. Yellow Birch Hobby Farm | Self-Reliant Homesteading
Minnesota, United States About Blog Yellow Birch Hobby Farm blog is all about living a self-sufficient homestead lifestyle by means of gardening & canning, chicken & duck keeping, raising meat rabbits, and cooking from scratch. Frequency 2 posts / year Blog yellowbirchhobbyfarm.com
Facebook fans 802 ⋅ Instagram Followers 1.8K ⋅ Social Engagement 8 ⋅ Domain Authority 27 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
78. The Tattooed Homestead
Lithia Springs, Georgia, United States About Blog We are a pair of techno-geek escapees from the cubical farms of Corporate IT who abandoned the hussle and bussle of the Magic City for a simpler life. We are converting a 5-acre plot of land with a house into an off-grid homestead from scratch and trying to grow more while buying less (though we have a long long way to go). Frequency 9 posts / year Blog tattooedhomestead.com
Facebook fans 6.1K ⋅ Twitter followers 499 ⋅ Instagram Followers 1.2K ⋅ Social Engagement 7 ⋅ Domain Authority 30 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
79. The Well Fed Homestead
About Blog The Well Fed Homestead is all about nourishment with whole foods, and sustainable agriculture. Frequency 1 post / year Blog wellfedhome.com
Twitter followers 1.1K ⋅ Domain Authority 37 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
Tennessee, United States About Blog A Guide to Homesteading and self sufficiency. We hope to provide knowledge and useful tips and tricks for establishing your Homestead and keeping it going. Frequency 4 posts / year Since Sep 2016 Blog homesteadinghowto.com
Facebook fans 178 ⋅ Twitter followers 1.2K ⋅ Social Engagement 3 ⋅ Domain Authority 9 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
81. Homestead Hill Farm
Virginia, United States About Blog Homestead Hill Farm is the journal of a small farm in the Shenandoah Valley of VA. Frequency 10 posts / year Blog homesteadhillfarm.blogspot.com
Facebook fans 1.1K ⋅ Instagram Followers 205 ⋅ Social Engagement 84 ⋅ Domain Authority 16 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
82. Frenchie Farm
Chicago, Illinois, United States About Blog Frenchie Farm is a health and wellness blog dedicated to homesteading. Follow along as we renovate our farmhouse and raise goats and chickens. Frequency 22 posts / year Also in Modern Homesteading Blogs Blog thefrenchiefarm.com
Facebook fans 411 ⋅ Instagram Followers 8.5K ⋅ Domain Authority 11 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
83. Blessed Oaks Ranch
Florida, United States About Blog Blessed Oaks Ranch is a family-owned business that offers livestock, naturally grown fruits and vegetables, and custom woodworking products to Northwest Florida. Blog blessedoaksranch.com/blessed..
Facebook fans 261 ⋅ Instagram Followers 148 ⋅ Social Engagement 10 ⋅ Domain Authority 1 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
84. Homesteading How To
Florida, United States About Blog Homesteading How To blog is a complete homesteading blog to help you transition into your own Homestead and how to start it up and keep it going. You will find helpful information. Frequency 4 posts / year Blog homesteadinghowto.com/blog
Twitter followers 1.2K ⋅ Social Engagement 2 ⋅ Domain Authority 9 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
85. Homestead Houligan
Maine, United States About Blog Building a homestead through creative sustainability. Frequency 4 posts / year Since Dec 2012 Blog homesteadhouligan.com
Facebook fans 157 ⋅ Twitter followers 66 ⋅ Social Engagement 3 ⋅ Domain Authority 20 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
86. Home to Homestead
Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States About Blog Home to Homestead is all about composting, cultivating and cooking. Blog hometohomestead.com
Facebook fans 15.7K ⋅ Twitter followers 14.2K ⋅ Social Engagement 69 ⋅ Domain Authority 20 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
87. Homesteading on Grace
Carolina, United States About Blog Our story as we live, learn, grow, feed, and build our little homestead with our goats, chickens, guineas, and kids. We share our DIY's, recipes, gardening tips, and homestead how-to's (and how-to-not's). We are learning about grace and living a real life. Blog homesteadingongrace.com
Facebook fans 2.7K ⋅ Twitter followers 462 ⋅ Instagram Followers 103 ⋅ Social Engagement 64 ⋅ Domain Authority 26 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
88. Homesteading With a View
Washington, United States About Blog One woman's journey of an off grid homestead surrounded by beautiful landscapes, hysterical farm life and blessings. Frequency 2 posts / year Blog homesteadingwithaview.com
Facebook fans 218 ⋅ Twitter followers 844 ⋅ Social Engagement 4 ⋅ Domain Authority 1 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
89. Living Echo
Kermit, West Virginia, United States About Blog Lydia Noyes, the author of Living Echo blog is an Appalachian homesteader, freelance writer and blogger. The blog is all about Atypical Living in Central Appalachia. Blog firstrootsfarm.com
Instagram Followers 781 ⋅ Domain Authority 11 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
90. Manda's Musings
About Blog New beginnings with a very large, very loud and happy family! We are a real life family from central Arkansas. Our family and adventures will be chronicled here for all of you to see. It may be wonderful one day and horrible the next, but I promise you that it will always be real. Blog mandas.blog
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91. Dunlap Family Farm and Homestead
About Blog Average family on the road to self sustainability. Here at Dunlap Family Farm, we are working toward a self-sustainable lifestyle. Blog dunlapfamilyfarm.com/blog
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About Blog Simple, Natural, Homemade Solutions for Life on the Homestead. Frequency 4 posts / year Blog home4everfree.com
Facebook fans 52 ⋅ Social Engagement 4 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
93. 2 Ravens Farm
About Blog Using what we have to get what we want. A homesteading blog by a Stay at home mom. Blog 2ravensfarm.com
Instagram Followers 112 ⋅ Domain Authority 4 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
94. Tiny House Homestead
Sparks, Nevada, United States About Blog The Tiny House Homestead is all about living large while living tiny. Downsizing your living space and up-sizing your life. Blog tinyhousehomestead.com
Facebook fans 443 ⋅ Twitter followers 1.4K ⋅ Social Engagement 1 ⋅ Domain Authority 20 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
95. Homesteading With Bees
United States About Blog Homesteading With Bees is a realistic and sometimes humorous look at life on our new homestead. Follow us as we grow our food, tend the bee hives, learn to live in a small house, and enjoy life. Blog homesteadingwithbees.com
Facebook fans 49 ⋅ Instagram Followers 99 ⋅ Social Engagement 14 ⋅ Domain Authority 2 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
96. Jolly Homesteading
Pennsylvania, United States About Blog Jolly Homesteading is a journey toward self sufficiency through gardening, storing food, raising animals, and enjoying a simple life. Blog jollyhomesteading.com
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97. Hootenanny Homestead
About Blog Stan has been sharing his homesteading journey on Hootenanny Homestead blog. Blog hootenannyhomestead.com
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98. The Rat Farm Homestead
About Blog Rat Farm is a 10 acre homestead in Northern Minnesota, started May 2009. Growing Zone 4B.Original content documenting the journey & sharing what we learn. Self-reliance advocates, farm punks, occasional witchcraft & heavy metal. Blog ratfarm.tumblr.com
Domain Authority 11 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
99. Misty Meadows Homestead & More!
Washington, United States About Blog Misty Meadows Homestead & more! - it's where the adventures begin! Blog mistymeadowsadventures.wordp..
Twitter followers 3.5K ⋅ Instagram Followers 124 ⋅ Domain Authority 15 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
100. Little Hearth & Homestead
Canada About Blog On Little Hearth & Homestead blog, Lindsey Gallant has been sharing the warmth of her little homestead on the island. Blog littlehearth.blogspot.com
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101. The Restoring Simple Homestead
About Blog The Restoring Simple Homestead is all about Husband & wife homesteading in rural Colorado. Blog therestoringsimplehomestead.
Domain Authority 8 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
102. Mitcha Rachia Vermont Homestead Blog
Vermont, United States About Blog Mitcha Rachia Vermont Homestead Blog is all about a journey of love in the mountains of Vermont. Blog mitcharachiahomestead.com
Facebook fans 667 ⋅ Twitter followers 3.1K ⋅ Domain Authority 5 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
103. Off Grid, Self-Sufficient, Montana Homestead Life
Montana, United States About Blog Steven Gregersen, the author of this blog, lives with his wife on a 20 acre (almost!) self-sufficient, off-grid homestead in the mountains of northwestern Montana. His goal is to be as self-sufficient as possible on our 20 acre homestead. Blog livinglifeoffgrid.blogspot.com
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104. Urban Homesteading Blog
About Blog Downtown Homestead is proud to bring you our Tumblr page, where we will share with you tips and tricks on how to lead a sustainable lifestyle in a concrete jungle. Blog downtownhomested.tumblr.com
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105. DD Farms Berkley
Berkley, England, United Kingdom About Blog Our Homesteading and Wellness Journey. DD Farms is committed to provide healthy and nutritional education and products to our friends, family and our community. Since Jun 2016 Blog ddfarmsberkley.com
Facebook fans 36 ⋅ Instagram Followers 91 ⋅ Social Engagement 3 ⋅ Domain Authority 1 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
106. Lil Bit Homestead
About Blog Homesteading blog by Christina Dorris. Blog lilbithomestead.com/blog
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107. Rural Dreams
Canada About Blog We're a couple of 30-something city kids trying our hand at homesteading in Saskatchewan. Blog ruraldreams.ca
Facebook fans 162 ⋅ Social Engagement 7 ⋅ Domain Authority 4 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
108. Homesteading with Heart
North Carolina, United States About Blog Jamie Marie shares her experiences as a busy Farmers wife, mother and a homesteader on her blog. Blog homesteadingwithheart.com
Twitter followers 282 ⋅ Domain Authority 18 ⋅ Alexa Rank 7.8M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
109. Little Blog on the Homestead
Michigan, United States About Blog Nicole is a suburban homesteader, committed to doing her best to live a sustainable and self sufficient life. Blog littleblogonthehomestead.com
Facebook fans 7.4K ⋅ Domain Authority 31 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
110. Lil' Suburban Homestead
North Carolina, United States About Blog Lil' Suburban Homestead is a site where innovation & homesteading meet. Read current posts and latest homesteading information. Blog lilsuburbanhomestead.com
Facebook fans 13.4K ⋅ Twitter followers 6.4K ⋅ Domain Authority 35 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
111. Half-Pint Homestead
Missouri, United States About Blog On the Half-Pint Homestead blog, explore the concepts and practicalities of: Urban Farming, Urban Livestock, Self-Reliance, Community Service, Simple Living, Energy Independence. Blog half-pinthomestead.com/blog-2
Facebook fans 4.9K ⋅ Domain Authority 20 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
112. Tiramar Farms Homestead
Tennessee, United States About Blog On the Tiramar Farms Homestead blog, you will find the homesteading experiences of the author, Rachel. Frequency 4 posts / year Blog tiramarhomestead.com
Facebook fans 1.1K ⋅ Twitter followers 397 ⋅ Social Engagement 1 ⋅ Domain Authority 17 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
113. Home and Gardening Ideas | Homestead
About Blog The homestead category of the Home and Gardening Ideas blog provides home and gardening ideas for your homestead. Blog homeandgardeningideas.com/ca..
Facebook fans 582.7K ⋅ Social Engagement 40 ⋅ Domain Authority 35 ⋅ View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
114. Reformation Acres
United States About Blog Reformation Acres is where the author encourages readers to dare to live their homestead dreams. Frequency 1 post / year Blog reformationacres.com/blog
Facebook fans 27.4K ⋅ Twitter followers 187 ⋅ Domain Authority 44 ⋅ Alexa Rank 719.8K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
115. Homesteader Supply Blog
Sparta, Tennessee, United States About Blog Homesteader Supply Blog has been encouraging self sufficient, self sustainable living and homesteading of all varieties. The blog provides information on Homesteading supplies, tools, cheese making, kitchen gadgets, livestock equipment and preparedness items and much more. Blog homesteadersupply.com/blog
Facebook fans 3.3K ⋅ Twitter followers 3K ⋅ Social Engagement 12 ⋅ Domain Authority 33 ⋅ Alexa Rank 1.9M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
116. Morning Homestead - Live A Homesteading Life
United States About Blog Morninghomestead's vision: To provide thorough and comprehensive product guides. The goal is to make it easy for you to pick the best product and to help you be confident in your purchase decision. Frequency 7 posts / year Blog morninghomestead.com
Domain Authority 19 ⋅ Alexa Rank 3.8M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
117. Suburban Homesteading
. About Blog Suburban Homesteading is all about the simple life through suburban homesteading. Blog suburbanhomesteading.com
Domain Authority 21 ⋅ Alexa Rank 12M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
118. ShippReak Mini Farm
About Blog Keep up with articles related to homesteading from ShippReak Mini Farm. Frequency 2 posts / year Blog shippreak.home.blog
Facebook fans 50 ⋅ Instagram Followers 3 ⋅ Domain Authority 78 ⋅ Alexa Rank 5.3K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
119. Accidental Hippies
Kentucky, United States About Blog Accidental Hippies is a debt-free, off-grid, cordwood homestead blog. Blog accidentalhippies.com
Facebook fans 4.7K ⋅ Twitter followers 284 ⋅ Social Engagement 16 ⋅ Domain Authority 26 ⋅ Alexa Rank 688.1K View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
120. Whole-Fed Homestead
About Blog Whole-Fed Homestead is all about living Close to the land & thriving on real food. Frequency 1 post / year Blog wholefedhomestead.com
Facebook fans 1K ⋅ Instagram Followers 22.1K ⋅ Social Engagement 48 ⋅ Domain Authority 31 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2.1M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
121. The (mis)Adventures of a Homesteadin' Mama
Michigan, United States About Blog The knowledge, skills, and encouragement to homestead where you live. Down to earth and full of humor! Blog homesteadinmama.com
Facebook fans 17.4K ⋅ Twitter followers 474 ⋅ Instagram Followers 315 ⋅ Social Engagement 2 ⋅ Domain Authority 19 ⋅ Alexa Rank 4M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact
122. Homesteader Depot
Austin, Texas, United States About Blog Homesteader Depot blog provides readers with a number of tips on homesteading. Blog homesteaderdepot.com/blog
Domain Authority 21 ⋅ Alexa Rank 2M View Latest Posts ⋅ Get Email Contact