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Farm-to-Table Frittata

November 27, 2012 Caroline Kaufman

When I was little, I had my very own farm. I didn’t have a plow, a silo or a red barn. But I did have a patch of dirt where my parents cleared out some

Roast sweet potato stuffed with feta cheese and kale. healthy food.
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My Love Affair with Sweet Potatoes

November 26, 2012 Marisa Moore

Confession: I love sweet potatoes. As a child, I remember visiting sweet potato fields in South Carolina with my grandmother. My cousins and I would run through the fields getting our shoes and clothes covered

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Make Thanksgiving Count

November 21, 2012 Timi Gustafson

Although I grew up a city girl, a memorable period of my childhood was spent in the English countryside. Of those days, I recall most fondly the harvest season. Because the local farmers couldn't handle

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Tasty Fall Favorites from Millis, Mass.

November 20, 2012 Kate Scarlata

As autumn takes root in New England, bright orange pumpkins, colorful speckled gourds and squashes fill the farm stand at Tangerini’s Spring Street Farm in the small town of Millis, Massachusetts. I am fortunate to

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Dip Into the Taste of Fall

November 19, 2012 Tram Le

What food signifies that fall is here more than the pumpkin? This hugely versatile food is not just relegated to pumpkin pie for your Thanksgiving dinner table. Although I would never argue with that choice!

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Hollywood Harvest

November 15, 2012 Lauren O'Connor, MS, RD

“Local food” may not be the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Los Angeles. But within this sprawled out city local food is everywhere, even in Hollywood! The Hollywood Farmer’s Market,

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Embracing the Eggplant

November 14, 2012 Megan Madden

Though it’s embarrassing to admit, eggplant has always been on my “do not eat” list. The spongy purple veggie just never appeared at the dinner table growing up.  Even after marrying into an Italian family

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Apple Crisp (Absolutely) Anytime

November 12, 2012 Janel Funk

It’s rare I go a day in the fall without eating a crisp, juicy, locally harvested apple. McIntosh apples are my favorite, but sweet Honeycrisp and tart Zestar are close runners up. Perhaps my strong

black-eyed peas in wooden bowl on wooden background
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Nashville Flair

November 8, 2012 Karman Meyer

I'm a Midwestern girl at heart, but three years ago I moved to Nashville for my dietetic internship at Vanderbilt. And what an experience it has been to learn about a new culture and cuisine!

woman accepting groceries box from delivery man at home
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Local and Naturally Gluten-Free

November 7, 2012 Rachel Begun

I find it fascinating that the local food and gluten-free trends have simultaneously gone mainstream. The former is my passion and the latter my necessity (and expertise). As a dietitian specializing in the gluten-free lifestyle,

Organic food. Harvest of fresh vegetables in old boxes
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Local Harvest in the Bread Basket

November 6, 2012 Alexandra Caspero

I sometimes forget how lucky I am to be living in what is known as the "bread basket"–a 400-mile stretch in California that grows nearly one quarter of the country's produce. Having this much fresh,

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Picking a Proper Pepper

November 5, 2012 Amber Massey

We've had a spell of cooler weather here in North Texas. I say spell, because it will be short lived. I am confident in my statement due to the fact that this is Texas after

Pouring corn grain into tractor trailer after harvest at field
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Harvest on the Front Lines

November 1, 2012 Jennie Schmidt

There's really no better place to reflect on the year than driving a combine. That's because, as fun as it is, it leaves you plenty of time to look over a field and think. Harvest

Woman is picking tomatoes in the greenhouse and puts into a basket; farming, gardening and agriculture, concept
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What Fall Harvest Means to Me

October 31, 2012 Rebecca Subbiah

HARVEST—THE VERY WORD MAKES YOU THINK OF FARMERS IN THE FIELDS, the abundance of crops, and hands eagerly picking the bounty from gardens. My harvest memories start in England, where I was born, and travel