Main Street Eats with Root Seller Sue | Prairie Public Broadcasting

Main Street Eats with Root Seller Sue

  • Hosted by Doug Hamilton, Ashley Thornberg, Sue Balcom

Sue Balcom, owner of the Root Sellers Farm, is a blogger, author of four books, farmer’s marketer, fabric artist, self-described bread head. And now, Sue is a regular guest on Main Street to talk with Doug and Ashley about community, family, and culinary traditions of North Dakota. For cool! Listen weekly on Main Street, or subscribe to the Main Street Eats with Root Seller Sue podcast on your favorite podcast app.

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September Gardening

Sep 11, 2020

Sue discusses the tasks to undertake as we prepare to put our gardens to bed for the winter.

Root seller Sue shares some imaginative ideas.

Don't ruin all that canned fresh produce with botulism! Sue Balcom has tips on pressure canning.

One person's weed is another person's hair rinse! Sue Balcom gives us good reasons to not pull our hair over horsetail. 

As that garden-fresh fruit bursts from the ground, Sue Balcom helps us make the perfect pie crust. Not all heros wear capes.

Get your scissors, manicure scissors, pruning shears, vacuum sealer, alarm clock, and mason jars ready! Sue Balcom of The Root Sellers Farm outside Mandan has tips on harvesting and preserving our garden bounty.

To prune or not to prune? That is the question Sue Balcom tackles on this week's Main Street Eats.

There's nothing quite like perfectly ripe garden fresh produce. Sue Balcom of The Root Sellers Farm outside Mandan, ND has tips about eating seasonally. 

Sue Balcom of The Root Sellers Farm outside Mandan joined us on Main Street to show us how make tea out something that's likely growing in the cracks of a sidewalk near you: pineapple weed. It's also known as wild chamomile.

Sue Balcom of The Root Sellers Farm outside Mandan, ND lets us know how to stay on top of garden chores. 

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