Its golden crust crackles with a wheaty, yeasty scent, yielding a dense, toothy, tangy slice. Elemental and strangely familiar, such bread sustained generations of American workers as the foundation of every meal. Kaye is rangy, balding, and so tall that he stoops as he glides across his tiny kitchen.
MANKATO – Citing unsustainability, the Minnesota Valley Action Council announced its Food Hub program will close at the end of October. The Food Hub was established in 2014 as a way to connect consumers who want local produce to farmers in the area.
Interview on KAXE Brainerd, Minnesota Public Radio, December 14, 2016 (No Archive Available)