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Author: Serina Penner  •  Date: December 9, 2014

Canning Squash

Every year I cache away too much winter squash. I always have such high hopes! “I will make soup after soup” I say; but I never make as many as I dreamed I would. The good news is that canning is always an option. Almost any squas...

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Author: Serina Penner  •  Date: October 17, 2014

Turkey Overhaul

I bet you're all surprised I didn't post any Thanksgiving recipes, right? Well, I was a bit surprised too. The more I thought about it though the more I realized that people have most likely had their visions for the thankful feast se...

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Author: Paynter's Fruit Market  •  Date: September 19, 2014

The Salsa Basic

Salsa can mean a great deal of fantastic things. Not only is it one of the worlds greatest dances, it is a sauce that knows no bounds. You can make salsa from green tomatoes, tomatillos, roma tomatoes, field tomatoes, and even peaches. The ad...

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Author: Matt Gomez  •  Date: August 13, 2014

We Have A Winner

Well our contest ran for 4 weeks, and we received thousands of entries. The lure of farm fresh produce produced entries from 43 states and provinces across North America. You told us your reasons for buying local and we learnt ...

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Author: Jennifer Schell  •  Date: March 17, 2014

Provençale Style Halibut

There is nothing more delicious than tucking into a freshly caught fish.  Thanks to modern transportation services and dedicated fishmongers and chefs, we are able to enjoy this luxury almost anywhere! Pacific halibut has always been a f...

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