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Albert Lea Tribune, Minn.Despite weather-related planting setbacks, the Albert Lea Farmers Market is slated to open for the season Wednesday in the North Broadway parking lot. Farmers market President Verlys Huntley said the growing season is about a month behind last year,...
Tags: Weather, Mayo Clinic, Asparagus, Summer Squash, Onions
White Chocolate Beet Mousse Chef Sarah Sipe suggests serving the mousse with angel food cake or chocolate wafer cookies and fresh raspberries or a raspberry sauce. 3 medium beets Olive oil, for roasting 2 1/2 cups heavy cream, divided 1 pound best...
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Grand Forks HeraldJoel Ross finished planting his first field of sugar beets Tuesday, a month or more later than his seeding schedule last year, as one of the latest springs in decades follows one of the earliest. With his brothers Kevin and Jay, Ross raises beets,...
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The Kansas City StarHealth experts say we should strive to eat a rainbow of fruits and vegetables every day. The advice is easy to remember but following it can be tough. Not everyone has time to scramble spinach into eggs at breakfast or chop a salad for lunch. And the...
Tags: Salt, Black Pepper, Honey, Cilantro, Parsley
GRAFTON, N.D. (AP) - An Iowa man who spoke to North Dakota farmers last year about supplying sugar beets for an ethanol plant in the Red River Valley has been ordered by regulators in his home state to stop soliciting investments for Energae LP. That...
Organizers of the Hampton Block Party have made a change to the entertainment for Saturday's season launch. Blues singer Jackie Scott has been replaced by Blues Empacts, Mojo Collins and Herbie D and the Dangermen. Scott had to reschedule her...
There's no doubt that vegetable gardening is hot. Folks who've never grown a radish suddenly want to plant pots or plow up their lawn so they can add fresh food to the table. The upside: You can harvest edibles untouched by synthetic chemicals, and the...
Tags: Arable Farming, Cantigny Park, Tomatoes, Sage, Parsley
The Columbian, Vancouver, Wash.This Earth Day, dozens of Clark County residents learned how the foods they eat impact the planet on which they live. To do so, they ate dishes prepared by local chefs with local produce, meats and cheeses. They stocked up on broccoli, squash, corn,...
Tribune Specialty ProductsIt may still be cold outside, but it is spring, so it’s just the right time to start juicing at home. With hearty winter produce such as kale and apples still available along with tender spring greens, strawberries and herbs, jump-starting your...
Tags: Personal Service, Apples, Carrots, LPGA, Healthy Diet
For The Baltimore SunWe live in an age that glorifies home cooking. Accomplished chefs across the region strive to recreate the flavors, smells and experiences of their grandmothers' kitchens. "Comfort food" is an haute cuisine buzzword. Though it's been open for more...
FIVE POINTS, Calif. (AP) - Amid the vast almond orchards and grape fields that surround Five Points in California's Central Valley, a once-dominant crop that has nearly disappeared from the state's farms is making a comeback: sugar beets. But these...
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