Posts Tagged Vegetables:

May
24

How Green Does Your Garden Grow, Sacramento?

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One of my strongest memories involving food is from the vegetable garden my parents used to grow every summer in our backyard. The tomato plants would grow to tree-like proportions, the green beans were practically small shrubs, and the strawberries would peek like ruby gems from underneath their leaves. It was a veritable jungle with […]

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May
16

Davis Farmers Market, Among the Nation’s Best

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When the weather warms up and summer is in full bloom, one of the most anticipated activities for many is visiting local farmers markets. There is no better place to pick up delicious fruits, veggies, flowers and often times a variety of other specialty products from local vendors. I’d have to say the most robust […]

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May
04

Tis’ the season for fresh veggies

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With spring progressing and summer swiftly approaching, I’m getting excited at the prospect of my vegetable garden finally producing delicious produce (crossed fingers) and the season of fabulous farmer’s markets. If you’re looking for a new way to enjoy your veggies, try checking out this yummy vegetable-packed side dish. Zucchini Casserole 1 tablespoon butter 7 […]

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Aug
28

Weekend Round-up

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Suzanne Peabody Ashworth and Jim Mills  What a great gastronomic weekend!  We started early on Saturday and visited the grand opening of the East Bay Culinary Center.  We were greeted by fellow Slow Food member Jim Mills who was there with Suzanne Peabody Ashworth of Del Rio Farms.  Jim offered us samples of beautiful, perfectly ripe […]

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Aug
22

Midweek Morsels 08.23.07

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Tonight, the Shack takes you to Trinidad & Tobago: Calypso Chicken Curried Pork Rice & Peas Roti Shrimp stuffed peppers Open at 6pm, food and music around 7pm. The Shack 5201 Folsom Blvd 457-5997 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * […]

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