CONTENTS HARVEST 2014

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Did you know Pilgrims and early settlers made their pumpkin pie by hollowing out a pumpkin, filling the shell with milk, honey and spices and baking it? To cook a sweet dish, look for sugar pie or New England pie pumpkins, which tend to be more solid and smaller than pumpkins bred for jack-o’-lanterns, which have a bigger seed cavity, longer stems and thinner walls for easier carving.
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DEPARTMENTS

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

EDIBLE EVENTS

SPILLING THE BEANS
Farnam House Brewing Company
Brewing Up in Blackstone

IN SEASON

ON THE PLATE
Roasted Chicken with Caribbean Rub
Warm Cabbage and Fennel Slaw
Roasted Squash Soup
Deconstructed Apple-Peanut Butter Crisp

EDIBLE READS

EDIBLE HISTORY
The Politics of Plants

EDIBLE INSPIRATION
Aquaponics in the Classroom

EDIBLE EDUCATION
Learning Cultivation and Cultivating Learning

EAT LOCAL GUIDE

THE LAST BITE
Repurpose that Pumpkin

FEATURES

BUILDING THE SOIL OF A RESTORATIVE ECONOMY

HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE

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