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Refugee Farmers in Stone Mountain

Global Growers is a fast-growing urban farm in Stone Mountain, GA- just outside of Atlanta. Like many small farmers in the region, these growers use organic practices and take diligent care of the earth they grow in. This area has a powerful, and sometimes competitive, good food movement. There's no better way to grow sustainably than to throw yourself into the Atlanta community. Global Growers' Farm Manager remarks:

Organic Prairie: A Farmer-Owned Co-op

A subset of farmer-owned, organic co-op of 1800 farm families known as CROPP (Coulee Region Organic Produce Pool), Organic Prairie is committed to providing healthy, wholesome, high quality meat to the family dinner table. With respectful awareness of the interrelations of human, animal, plant, soil and global life, Organic Prairie's animals are raised humanely and in accordance to organic practices and procedures. This means that every chicken, turkey, cow, and pig are fed a diet of optimal nutrition under conditions that keep them healthy and happy by farmers who truly care about the land and animals under their wing.

Is that Creole? Seven Countries that Shaped Louisiana Food.

The word Creole can mean many things, referring to culture, family trees, a region, you name it. Today, we’ll use it to take a look at the foods that give New Orleans and parts of South Louisiana well-deserved fame. Creole food is distinctly different than Cajun cooking. Cajun food refers to the predominantly French, rural Acadian dishes found on the region’s bayous. Creole tends to cover “city” food, and a wider swath of immigrant foodways. Let’s take a closer look at seven countries that have contributed to Creole and New Orleans cuisine.

Natalie Keng, Chinese Southern Belle, and the New Global South.

Meet Natalie Keng, the Founder and Owner of Chinese Southern Belle, a company whose sauces blend classic Asian flavor with traditional Southern ingredients. Natalie's sauces, recipes and cooking classes all reflect her cultural pride, in being Chinese and Southern. Natalie's background in good food is one that extends through both generations and continents, and pays homage to the way that food can connect people of different cultures, ethnicities, and backgrounds. We're excited to feature Natalie's sauces, made right here in Atlanta, in our kits and Market.

Kevin Callaghan, a PeachDish Guest Chef.

Chef Kevin Callaghan is the founder and executive chef of Acme Food & Beverage Co. in Carrboro, North Carolina. Acme has been featured in Bon Appetit, Southern Living, Garden & Gun, The New York Times, Esquire, and many other national and regional newspapers and magazines. Kevin is also opening a second restaurant this year. He is deeply rooted to Southern food and, with that, acts as a national advocate for food sustainability. He shared his Savory Brunch Casserole with Cheese Grits, Sausage & Mushroom recipe with us, so you can enjoy his food at home!

Guest Chef Courtney Swan

One of our favorite parts of working at PeachDish is getting to build relationships with people who are working diligently to push the good food movement mainstream and radically transform our food system. Our latest PeachDish Guest Chef is just that; part nutritionist and part influencer, Courtney Swan's passion for promoting real food is evident. This week we're featuring her Cauliflower "Fried Rice" with Seared Chicken, Broccoli and Ginger (order by midnight Sunday November 12th).