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An administrative screw-up could keep thousands of low-income Americans from buying healthy food with SNAP benefits.
States have different rules for what can be sold at farmers markets, and some states have no rules at all.
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It’s almost time for school to finish for the year, leaving many parents wondering how they’ll entertain their kids for the
Each week, I stroll through the market scavenging for the best produce for our menu. I covet these summer months when the market is brimming with rows of golden cherry tomatoes, giant squashes, and ripe peaches. These open-air markets bring me back to Tuscany--especially when I see rows of bright sunflowers, or girasoli. To capitalize on these last summer days, I'm using this post to point out some of my favorite seasonal produce, and a few tips on how to navigate the market like a chef.
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I found an easy way to cut out the middleman and go straight to the source.
Some of my earliest (and happiest) memories of childhood are associated with the huge vegetable garden that sprawled at the back of our property.
Breathtaking seems the best adjective for the 308-acre Dix property Raleigh recently acquired from the state of North Carolina for $52 million. The only aspect more breathtaking than its size, scope and beauty is how far-reaching a challenge this rolling, wooded landscape presents the city.
"The more you can be truly outside and run around under the sun, the happier you are."
Trudy loves taking the drive every Friday morning, starting early at 3:30 a.m. as she leaves the house, and described the experience almost as a meditation, sharing a nostalgically personal moment.