Today on the podcast I chat with Diana Prichard, a pig farmer from Michigan who blogs at RighteousBacon.com. In addition to farming, Diana is an author, activist and fellow podcaster! She is also working on a documentary called Farmworker: How Immigration Feeds America. Basically, I don’t know how she does it all. I really enjoyed my conversation with Diana and am so happy to share it with you today!
We have a fun giveaway to go along with today’s episode! Diana is giving away a free download of her app to one of you lucky people! The app is called Farm2Table and is based on her children’s book The Cow in Patrick O’Shanahan’s Kitchen. It’s adorable. I love it and can’t wait to get my kids on there exploring the story, videos and matching game. If you’d like to throw your hat in the ring to win the app, just leave a comment below! Comments must be made by Midnight PT Monday 2/15/16. (Also, the app is only $2.99, so if you don’t win, well…it’s definitely worth 3 bucks!)
- Diana’s blog Righteous Bacon
- Prichard Farms
- Diana’s podcast The Postmodern Farmer
- Diana’s new book Whole Hog
- Diana’s children’s book The Cow in Patrick O’Shanahan’s Kitchen
- More information about Diana’s upcoming documentary Farmworker (including the opportunity to crowdfund if you click by 2/11/16)
- My chili recipe (along with many recipes submitted by readers!) since Diana hasn’t posted her chili recipe anywhere yet!
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