An Ode to Overlooked Root Vegetables
Susie Middleton
Yesterday my co-worker described to me her pre-Thanksgiving shopping trip to Morning Glory Farm. We got to giggling about how much beautiful produce she wound up stuffing in her cart — and her family wasn’t even coming for dinner until the day after Thanksgiving.
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Sausage Days
Cool, frosty mornings bring most people from their beds with an appetite for breakfast, particularly those who spend their days in the open air.
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Stuff this!
Tina Miller
Local shiitakes, leeks and sourdough bread star in a versatile turkey stuffing. By Tina Miller
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All Hail the Mighty Eggplant
Susie Middleton
What to do when you find yourself staring at the basket of voluptuous, colorful eggplants you’ve collected.
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Fried, Grilled, Scooped, Baked, Ag Fair is Four-Day Feast
Susie Middleton
I’ll point out two other obvious benefits to the fair: It’s fun (of course). And you get to eat whatever you want.
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Local Toasts
Here’s a very loose recipe — more like a set of guidelines — for making savory toasts.
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Here's to Toast, a Foundational Story
Susie Middleton

Lately I have been obsessed with bread — toast to be more accurate. Well, who am I kidding? It hasn’t just been lately.

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Don't Fear the Bounty of Zucchini
Susie Middleton
This is not your mother’s zucchini story.
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Hold the Heat, Pass the Honey
Susie Middleton

That honey had me at hello. It was the color of late afternoon sunlight falling across an October field.

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Everyone Wins When Chocolate Every Day Is the Healthy Way
Katherine Gianni

Eat chocolate every day. Yup, you read that right. Every day.

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