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I remember being told in marketing class back in graduate school that the fastest growing food category in America was hummus. Hummus, our professor insisted to us disbelieving students, would soon be ubiquitous. I should have heeded his advice and … more
Any number of tasks may strike you as easy as pie, but anyone who's ever actually made a pie can tell you that it actually requires some care if you want it to turn out well.Consider apple pie. Its ingredients are few and elemental: apples, of … more
Do you ever have the feeling that the world is lying to you? That everyone else in humanity has agreed to love something terrible, and you have to play along or risk looking like a fool? more
PITTSFIELD — Natural food retailers from across the U.S. will convene in Pittsfield this week for the Independent Natural Food Retailers Association's northeast produce intensive. Hosted by Guido's, the event will include an intensive workshop … more
KOMBUCHA WORKSHOPWild Oats Coop will host "Make Your Own Kombucha" with Lisa Hiley & Sarah Guare, editors of "The Big Book of Kombucha" (Storey Publishing, 2016) at 6 p.m. today, April 26. Learn about the health benefits of this ancient, … more
If you work at SoCo Creamery, you start every day with — what else — ice cream. "The first thing we do every morning at 6 a.m. is taste the ice cream we made the day before," said Matt Scott, director of brand integrity and production at SoCo Creamery in Great Barrington, Mass. more
At the time, permanently dyeing a lock of my hair seemed like the thing to do. I had had teal and burgundy extensions added to my hair a few times in the past year, but I was tired of them falling out or the clip showing as my hair grew. I had a … more
I developed this recipe to take advantage of strawberry season. Some of you are naturally scratching your head. "Strawberry season? Name a time of year that isn't strawberry season." And it certainly can feel that way.Strawberries are grown in all … more
I mentioned to my husband recently that I had mastered an oven-baked chicken tender recipe, and his response was a little underwhelming; dismissive even. It sounded like a healthier version of a restaurant kid's meal, and frankly, he wasn't … more
My mom was a wannabe urban farmer long before it was cool. Living in the city limits didn't stop us from growing our own veggies in a backyard garden that flanked a huge handmade chicken coop, where we raised hens for eggs. (I'll take this … more
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