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How long has the restaurant been in your family? My grandparents and I started the business 13 years ago. Will the business be passed on to your children as well? Most certainly. I already have everyone in training. My 20-year-old is great at delegating, the 16-year-old is learning the art of cooking, the 19-year-old is Read the full article…

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How long have your family lived off the land? I’m 47 years old and grew up hunting and fishing. My parents grew up in the country. My mother came from a large family that owned a farm in southeast Georgia in a place called Workmore. They grew or raised almost everything they consumed in the Read the full article…

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I was shocked to hear that your restaurant has been destroyed by hurricane three times now. How do you pick yourself up after this to carry on? We have always endured hardships in this region since we first settled here in the early 1700s and we are a very tight knit group of people when Read the full article…

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How long has your supper club been running? Tamara: We started cooking dinner together, just for the sake of cooking and feeding ourselves, not long after we met in late 2002. That soon evolved into having our friends over regularly every Sunday. And that soon turned into the proper supper club, probably in late 2004 Read the full article…

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How long has farming /ranching been in your family? Since 1889. Hip's great grandparents William and Bessie Tillett set up their homesteaded on Crooked Creek and started the TX Ranch. The TX brand came from Texas. Hip's great grandfather William “Billy” Tillett purchased it there. The brand was originated in Montana and Wyoming by Billy Read the full article…

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How long have you been into food? Since I was 11 years old How did you get into cooking? When my mom went shopping with her welfare check on the first of every month, I would make her buy me anything with a recipe like a cake mix. You have had some pretty challenging experiences Read the full article…

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Story by Peter Wrapson Well, after a blinding June the ‘barbecue summer’ prophesied by the Met Office was largely rained-off. Still, there are plenty of reasons to be cheerful in September, with or without any Indian Summer. There’s plenty left to harvest, much stored away to contemplate with satisfaction and even things left to sow Read the full article…

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Story by Alex Lind Ex fifteen's trainee Aaron Craze has found his own style and is cooking up cracking international street food across London for urban, underground events for his own show, Rude Boy Food to be shown on the Good Food channel in November. So Aaron, why street food? Most of us think of Read the full article…

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Jamie had such wonderful experiences in Wyoming and really threw himself into the life of a cowboy. We chat to Jamie about his experiences in Wyoming in an exclusive Q&A for the site. Loretta and Hip opened their home and ranch to Jamie when he was in Wyoming – read about Loretta's experiences of life Read the full article…

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Story by Peter Berry Jamie Oliver and TV production company Fresh One have offset the 242.6 tonnes of CO2 emitted during the making of the Channel 4 series “Jamie’s American Roadtrip“ by sponsoring projects in India, China and Cambodia. As far as we know, this will be the first time a major UK series involving Read the full article…