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Tweet In the past, I’ve been a big fan of joining local CSAs to get my vegetables for a good portion of the year. The major benefit, aside from getting awesome fresh produce to cook, is that you support local … finish reading Farmigo – Greenmarket meets CSA
Tweet Last night was the first pick-up for my CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) and so far so good. The season usually starts off slow, as the only things that are ripe are lettuce, some root vegetables and a few other … finish reading CSA Week 1 & Chicken Salad
Tweet For those of you have read any number of posts here on the Carnivore and the Vegetarian, you’ll definitely know that I, the Carnivore, am never shy about telling you how much I love pork belly and other delicious … finish reading Spring is coming and healthy eating
Tweet Despite the fact that it is a little bit cold out in New York City today, Spring is still right around the corner. Everyone cursed their clocks this past weekend when they lost an hour of sleep due to … finish reading It’s that time of year again…CSA Signups
Tweet One of the first posts I ever made on this blog, last October, was about Community Supported Agriculture and now that Winter is finally nearing its end, its time to think about signing up for a local farm CSA. … finish reading It’s that time of year again…CSA Sign-Up time
Tweet Just the other day I was engaged in a discussion about the decline of book sales due to the increasing availability of electronic book readers and other mediums. That discussion also moved to the sale of cookbooks, and it … finish reading Do we cook more in a recession? What about the sale of cookbooks?
Tweet Sometimes simple is good. In fact, when it comes to cooking, simple is often very good. So many restaurants and chefs try to use way too many components that the simple flavors from vegetables and meats are lost. Last … finish reading Sauteed Chicken Tenders with Spicey Braised Mixed Vegetables