Backyard Industry



WILL - Backyard Industry - October 16, 2013

For the Clove of Garlic

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(Duration: 4:24)

A bunch of dried garlic braided together

We're losing daylight (and with it, summer's warmth) but there are food and flowers that are planted each fall for spring and summer harvest. In this episode of In My Backyard, Lisa Bralts ponders her one big gardening failure of the year - garlic - and asks for advice from a knowledgeable neighbor.


WILL - Backyard Industry - October 03, 2013

Kids - Meet Your Vegetables!

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(Duration: 6:40)

A man holding a squash talking to children.

Convincing kids to eat vegetables isn't always easy. In this episode of In My Backyard, Lisa Bralts explores a farmers market program that teaches kids that vegetables are far more interesting when you know where they come from.


WILL - Backyard Industry - August 18, 2013

Video In My Backyard (VIMBY) 1.0 - “Dazed and Infused”

Here's a little something to tide you over until the next radio episode: Our very first VIMBY, which we shot on on Memorial Day at a closed-to-the-public Black Dog Smoke and Ale House in Urbana, IL. Yes, that was a few months ago - art takes awhile! Yes, IMBY #69 has the same title and subject matter - this companion video offers much more, though, including beverage recipes and demos.  Many thanks to Black Dog, Mike Miller (aka "Flip Flop"), Tim Meyers, Thomas Nicol, and Mattias Hellberg for the various parts they played in getting this done. Will there be another? 

Watch this space.


WILL - Backyard Industry - August 07, 2013

Social Feedia: House Concerts and Hotdogs

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(Duration: 5:53)

A man and a woman playing guitars in a living room.

A Champaign, Illinois couple has been bringing new meaning to the term "dinner and a show" for the last several years. In this episode of In My Backyard, host Lisa Bralts watches a house concert come together, learns about Sonoran hotdogs, and explores the connection between food, friends, and music. (Photo by Cynthia Voelkl)


WILL - Backyard Industry - June 26, 2013

Dazed and Infused

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(Duration: 6:02)

Several cocktails lined up on a bar.

Books about food and gardens abound at IMBY HQ. In this episode of In My Backyard, Lisa Bralts gets a local bartender (and now fledgling gardener) named Flip Flop to read and review one of the newer arrivals, Amy Stewart's The Drunken Botanist. WEB-ONLY BONUS: Extra commentary provided by Flip Flop regarding the preparation of the cocktail that inspired the book. Just click "listen" over there on the left!


WILL - Backyard Industry - April 25, 2013

Food Connection, Part Three

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(Duration: 5:07)

A middle-aged couple sitting together on a couch, smiling.

What began as a desire for a fresh peach and a penchant for French-style goat cheese has become an award-winning farmstead creamery, among other things. Many other things. Business - and life - partners Wes Jarrell and Leslie Cooperband talk about their work at Prairie Fruits Farm with Lisa Bralts for this episode of In My Backyard.

Categories: Agriculture, Business, Food

WILL - Backyard Industry - April 10, 2013

FEED Me

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(Duration: 4:36)

Two men walking on a pier toward a restaurant

For In My Backyard's Lisa Bralts, part of the fun of going on vacation is checking out what and where people in other parts of the country are eating. In this episode, she does some comparing, discovers that the home location can learn from the vacation destination (and vice versa), and ponders the concept of FEED: Food Enterprise as Economic Development.

Categories: Business, Food

WILL - Backyard Industry - December 12, 2012

See-Food Diet

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(Duration: 5:41)

A young woman taking a photo of food at a restaurant.

Some people eat their food and share their appreciation with others at the table. Others like to write about their food and share it with their readers. Still others prefer to take photos of their food and share the photos with, well, everyone. In this episode of In My Backyard, Lisa Bralts takes photos of her lunch and discusses the recent food photography phenomenon with professional photographer Justine Bursoni.


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