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Pumpkin Love

About a month or so ago, a friend ‘teased’ on her Facebook status about enjoying a delicious pumpkin milkshake.  Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE pumpkin, but I just can’t bring myself to even think about it until temps have … Continue reading

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Not the off-spring of an apple or pear

Just to set the record straight, right off the bat, the Asian Pear (aka Harbian Pear, Chinese Pear, Korean Pear) is not a cross between an apple and a pear (aka Bartlett). Nope, it is it’s own breed of fruit, … Continue reading

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You don’t eat what?!?

So, last nite I was dining with a group of friends, and from across the table I hear, ‘I don’t eat vegetables during the week.’ WHA?!? Hold on. Did I hear that correctly?  Perhaps what I heard was, ‘I don’t … Continue reading

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Vegetable or Flower?

(This post originally appeared 22 July 2009 on http://www.efete.net) I have had a hankering for Space Food Sticks for the past week….anyone but me remember these ‘astronaut staples’ (and yes, they actually ate them)…loved, loved loved, the Space Food Sticks.…think … Continue reading

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Shiso in the City

Need shiso?  Well I’ve got it. “Shi’ what?,” you say.  You are absolutely clueless as to what shiso is?  Ever eat sushi?  And if so you ever wonder what the heck that bright green (‘oh I hope it’s not ‘stinging … Continue reading

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Cabbage gone awry?

So you’re wandering thru the farmers market and come across this, this thing that kinda resembles a satellite, could be a cabbage if, well, it weren’t looking like the leaves and their bulb hadn’t been separated at birth, could it … Continue reading

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To Market with Mo: this bean ain’t no broad baby

So what is the deal?  Why do you avoid fava (or as our Brit friend’s refer to them, ‘broad’) beans?  Is it the intimidating size of their pods?  Was it a bad experience trying to eat them with the outer … Continue reading

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