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Rachel Turiel
Position: Staff reporter

Making requests to each other as a way to build connections

“So, does this mean we’re not exchanging presents?” Rose, age 14, asked, eyebrows narrowing into an adolescent cross-examination. Col, my 16-year-old, was unreadable behind ever-affixed earb...

14 days of quarantine kitchen

A journal of stretching groceries across two weeks

Eating in quarantine: How to stretch your groceries

Tips and tricks from Durango-area experts on making meals adaptable

Cook smarter by roasting vegetables

Process results in intensified flavor, stockpile of food

This winter, just stew it

Improving a recipe that just mixes everything together

Ways to give the gift of local food

There are many ways to sidestep consumerism and support community agriculture this Christmas

What does Thanksgiving really mean?

‘Colonization dehumanizes both the colonized and the colonizer’

Luv Box delivers plant diversity in a bento box

Maddalena Stancampiano caters lunches based in health, environmental sustainability

Pickles can be more than just sour cucumbers

Preservation a launchpad for other DIY food projects

Fruit season stretches creativity in Durango and beyond

Picking, cooking, eating fruit shared across generations

Shishito peppers: A summer delicacy available at your farmers market

East Asian peppers pack flavor and can be found locally

In season now: Microbiome-boosting leafy greens

Arugula, spinach, kale, bok choi, chock-full of cancer-fighters