Monthly Archives: July 2011

Mangia

I have been fine-tuning a pasta sauce recipe for a few weeks and I think it is as close to ‘right’ as it is going to get for now. So on Saturday I headed to the Kansas Grown Farmer’s Market … Continue reading

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How a juicer is like a casserole dish

The Breville juicer arrived Friday so I hit up the Green Acres Market for some fruit. I did my homework in advance and had a list of 20 or so juice recipes so I didn’t end up with a complete … Continue reading

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Getting Fresh. Really Fresh.

The food-documentary-athon continued this week and I was very pleasantly surprised to find a feel-good movie tucked into the lineup. The documentaries so far have been very good and have altered the way I am connecting with food. ‘Fat, Sick … Continue reading

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Wednesday Market and Hearty Potato-Leek Soup

I visited the Kansas Grown Farmer’s Market’s Wednesday market for the first time yesterday. It was smaller than I expected with only two stalls, but the two there were well stocked. I had gone looking for Yukon Gold potatoes and … Continue reading

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Pandora’s Seed

I have just finished a second reading of ‘Pandora’s Seed’ by Spencer Wells. I read this book a year ago when it was first released and wanted to revisit it after watching a series of documentaries on the food industry … Continue reading

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