Contents Spring 2014

 

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FEATURES

GROWING FARMERS:
ONE MEETING AT A TIME

FROM GARDEN TO GLASS

Photo by Alison Bickel.

DEPARTMENTS

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

SPILLING THE BEANS
Local Chef Wins National “Good Food Award”
Masterful Mixture of Milk
The Shortest Distance Between Farm and Table
Certified Cicerone to Sustainable Brewmaster

IN SEASON

ON THE PLATE

EDIBLE DISCOVERY
Sticky and Sweet: Syrup, the Natural Treat

THE LAST BITE
Celebrating the Fabric of the Local Food Community

 

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 ON THE COVER

Spring is the ideal time to try sugar snap peas, which get their name from their sweet flavor and “snappy” crunch. A cool season vegetable, they grow on climbing plants, which require a trellis or support structure. At your local farmers market, choose fresh, tender bright-green pods. Peas are one of the oldest cultivated vegetables and in the United States were planted by both Christopher Columbus and Thomas Jefferson.

 

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