Monthly Archives: December 2011

Know Your Farmer!

Have you seen the ad where the orange picker is on the other side of the grocery store shelf, racing to get the just-picked orange juice into the hands of the next customer? Well, it turns out that that “just-picked”, … Continue reading

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Cheddar-Beer Fondue

I love the challenge of adapting recipes to what is grown and produced locally. I had a hankering for fondue at Christmas: Would that require imported cheeses and non-local wine and kirsch? I googled for recipes and happened upon this … Continue reading

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Neighboring Food Co-ops Frozen Veggies!

I was delighted (ecstatic?) to discover the regional frozen veggies at the Lebanon Co-op yesterday: broccoli, corn, green beans, and blueberries, the “fruits’ of a collaboration between Sunrise Orchard and the Neighboring Food Co-ops Association. They seem to have arrived … Continue reading

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