Archive for the ‘Local Food’ Category

Pasta, Polenta, and Horseradish Cheese

Trying new things is one of the pleasures I enjoy when dining out. Where a meal becomes really interesting is when a classic dish is prepared with local/regional ingredients or specialties turning the familiar into something new and exciting – not to mention tasty! Take Lasagna – classic Italian dish with wide noodles, cheeses, tomato sauce and perhaps ground […]


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Webcast: Farm to Table to Kids

I may just have to catch this webcast this coming weekend. In addition to the local food angle, Alton Brown will be participating.


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More Than Salad Greens

I didn’t get to our local Farmer’s Market earlier in the week due to rain on Tuesday, but Saturday turned out to be breezy, sunny and mild here in my corner of New England. With tote bag in hand and my “fruit picker” cowboy hat on I was ready to go. If I had though ahead […]


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Spring Greens and Herbs

After reading The Omnivore’s Dilemma I’m more aware of buying seasonally local food – I don’t know how anyone can come away from that book and not be effected by it. I’m not a “green” person but by buying local and seasonal I’m: getting the freshest of what my area has to offer supporting the local economy, […]


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