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  • Natural Perspectives: We got the (second-place) beet

    Natural Perspectives: We got the (second-place) beet
    Something about a county fair brings out the kid in all of us. With all the hope and optimism of a kid, I have been trying for several years to win a blue ribbon in the Largest Beet category at the Orange County Fair. Vic has been very supportive of my...
  • Supermarket Aisles For Men Only? Nah. But A Checkout Lane? Now You're Talking

    Supermarkets are not arranged logically. If they were: The beer would be next to the chips. The junk food would be next to the diet soda. The toilet paper would be next to the magazines. I've read that the reason supermarkets don't always put...
  • Organic self-tanners offer a natural alternative to chemicals and harsh sun

     Organic self-tanners offer a natural alternative to chemicals and harsh sun
    Not so long ago "working on a tan" meant a choice among baking in the sun, broiling on a tanning bed or slathering on a chemical-laden self-tanner that left streaks, smelled awful and imbued skin with a distinct fake orange glow. Today, there's another...
  • April 30: Lunchbreak - Beet Salad

    April 30: Lunchbreak - Beet Salad
    prasino 1846 West Division Chicago 93 South La Grange Road La Grange http://www.prasino.com To read more about the restaurant: www.metromix.com Beet Salad Ingredients: Mixed greens Roasted beets Crumbled Midwestern goat cheese Candied pecans...
  • From the Harvest: Beet and goat cheese ravioli

    From the Harvest: Beet and goat cheese ravioli
    Beets are back in style. Long thought of as the food of older generations, or deemed too messy to deal with, beets have come back with the help of great chefs across the world. A culinary staple for thousands of years, beets are among the more striking...
  • Indiana's dry spell negatively affecting crops

    Indiana's dry spell negatively affecting crops
    Indiana's lack of rain is negatively affecting forage crops. Kelly McKenney said she has seen it in the produce aisle. "Everything is expensive," said McKenney.  "It is going up." She said she has also seen it in the field near her house. "You can go...
  • Pass the Düsseldorf

    Pass the D&#252sseldorf
    Walk the mustard aisle of any store, and "D" will stand for Dijon, a testament, perhaps, to the popularity of all those Grey Poupon commercials. But "D" also means Dusseldorf, an oft-overlooked style that has multiple culinary uses beyond garnishing a hot...
  • Comfort food and charming history at Friendly Farm

    We live in an age that glorifies home cooking. Accomplished chefs across the region strive to recreate the flavors, smells and experiences of their grandmothers' kitchens. "Comfort food" is an haute cuisine buzzword. Though it's been open for more...
  • A guide to Harford County's CSA programs

    A guide to Harford County's CSA programs
    While it might be tough to imagine heading out to a local farm for an armful of fresh vegetables when it’s still chilly, it’s almost that time of year. Harford County farms are gearing up for growing season, and that means it’s time to...
  • Fourteen divided by two

    Fourteen divided by two
    An entirely new kind of South Florida restaurant has opened its doors in Delray Beach. With just 18 seats inside and another eight on the patio, the Grove is the type of personal, chef-driven restaurant you'd expect to find on a trip to Napa Valley....
  • Beet poetry with borscht

    Beet poetry with borscht
    My paternal bloodline brims with soup: barley stews studded with black mushrooms and opaque as porridge; the thin tomato broth of our Polish Christmas Eve vigil, swimming with dumplings no bigger than a bird's eye; and the plain, milky, peasant...