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  • Neighbor leaves cherished memories

    My friend Mildred "Neale" Baltz died last month, just weeks shy of her 103rd birthday. Despite our 40-year age difference, we shared a lot in the nearly two decades that we were next-door neighbors. I wrote a story about Neale in 2005 — its...
  • November 1: Lunchbreak - Roasted Butternut Squash Salad

    November 1: Lunchbreak - Roasted Butternut Squash Salad
    ZED451 739 N. Clark Street Chicago (312) 266-6691 www.zed451.com/ To read more about the restaurant: chicago.metromix.com/venues/zed451 Roasted Butternut Squash Salad Ingredients: 5 lbs butternut squash 3 spanish onions 1 lb dried cherries 2 cups...
  • Beyond Door County fish boils

    Beyond Door County fish boils
    ELLISON BAY, Wis. — The sweet aroma of onions caramelizing in a skillet is impossible to miss as vacationers enter the classroom in an old schoolhouse not far from the northern tip of Wisconsin's Door Peninsula. The 16 students, a mix from children...
  • Ripe and ready?

    Ripe and ready?
    Ripeness matters. Ask any rabid tomato or strawberry lover who spends most of the year in (wise) denial waiting for that perfect ripeness. So firm is the focus on the ripe that one could be forgiven for thinking ripeness is a moment as cruelly sharp as...
  • Linden High's Cherry Crop Stolen

    Linden High's Cherry Crop Stolen
    After a year of working on their cherry crops, students at Linden High School were expecting to reap the fruits of their labor, but somebody beat them to it. Sometime late last week, someone harvested all of the schools cherries from their cherry...
  • Weather problems mount for Michiana orchard owners, farmer

    Weather problems mount for Michiana orchard owners, farmer
    It was "just too cold" for Maureen Kercher to sustain her apples and peaches, two of the primary crops at Kercher's Sunrise Orchards Farm Market in Goshen. She lost about 95 percent of both. "For the few that are left, you just have to decide if you...
  • Farm Bill Helps Farmers Affected by Freeze

    Farm Bill Helps Farmers Affected by Freeze
    For the most part, the 2012 growing season for fruit farmers in Michigan has been a nightmare. “Horrible! We’ve had probably 10 percent of a crop on the cherries this year and the apples are a little bit better and not much.” Rodney...
  • Market Watch: Plum-cherry hybrids find a sweet spot

    Market Watch: Plum-cherry hybrids find a sweet spot
    HANFORD, Calif. — Combining the high sugar and flavor of cherries with the larger fruit size and extended season of plums has been a longstanding dream for fruit breeders, but such crosses are difficult to make successfully so that the hybrids yield...
  • Gertrude's cherry-picked again for Rainier promotion

    Gertrude's cherry-picked again for Rainier promotion
    Gertrude's has been picked again to represent Maryland in a national promotion for Rainier cherries. For National Rainier Cherry Day on July 11, Northwest Cherries has commissioned one restaurant in each state to create a menu item featuring Rainier...
  • Pitting cherry against berry

    Pitting cherry against berry
    Clafouti is sprinkled with conflict. That, and powdered sugar. There's the clafouti versus clafoutis conundrum, which sets carefree final s-less Anglophones against stalwart s-conscious Francophones. There's the free-thinking naked-flan contingent...
  • Fruitful news from tart cherry studies

    Fruitful news from tart cherry studies
    Take two slices of cherry pie and call me in the morning. OK. That's not quite the advice doctors are wont to give. But it might make at least a sliver of sense. Cherry pie contains the same sort of anti-inflammatory compounds as aspirin and other non-...