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Nutritionists from the University of Maryland Medical Center regularly contribute a guest post. The latest post is from Catherine Schroeder, dietetic intern. Spring showers inspire the growth of a colorful array of fruits and vegetables to decorate your...
Q: I've noticed a considerable amount of onion grass in my lawn as well as loads of it in other neighbors' yards. Is it because of the scant snow we had? And what's the best way to eradicate it? —Nick A: Two common weeds are wild onion and wild...
Rainbow Thai 5 Bridge Square, Westport, (203) 557-9000, rainbowthaict.com When someone told me that there was a good Thai restaurant in Westport, I didn't believe it. But it's true. Tucked into Peter's Bridge Corner, not looking like much from the...
It’s the season for brighter, fresher flavors. The tangy sweetness of strawberries, the tender grassiness of just picked asparagus, the refreshing sharpness of sorrel and the spice of young garlic and onions are just what we’re longing for...
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For many years, Maggie's Farm, based in Agoura Hills, has sold top-quality salad greens and herbs exclusively at farmers markets. Kenter Canyon Farms offers a wider range of similar produce, at a few farmers markets, but mostly wholesale and on a much...
The Hartford CourantIn-n-Out Burger fans are familiar with the West Coast chain's "secret menu," the inventory of unofficial preparations for its burgers, sandwiches, fries and milkshakes. But perhaps none more than the blogger at WhatUpWilly.com, who created the "100x100"...
I get why some folks love Smashburger. The restaurant chain uses never-frozen Certified Angus Beef, which is literally "smashed" into the shape of a burger on a 400-degree flat grill to "sear in the juicy flavor." The beef is tasty. But after two visits...
In my Spreecast with organic gardener Christy Wilhelmi, author of the new book "Gardening for Geeks," I learned a lot: that white mildew can be treated with lactic acid, that you should never buy tall vegetable seedlings at the nursery and that...
Contributing WriterMarket Day last Saturday was a repeat of the previous one. There were breezy and chilly temperatures but, thankfully, no rain. In addition to all the wonderful fresh goodies to be found at the 2013 outdoor farmers’ market, this year looks to be an...
Total time: 30 minutes Servings: 4 1/3 cup hazelnuts 2 tablespoons tarragon vinegar Salt 2 teaspoons minced shallots 3 tablespoons hazelnut oil 3 tablespoons vegetable oil 1/2 pound tangerines, peeled, broken into segments and stripped...
>> 30 Years Ago — Outstanding students have been chosen at Central Union High School by teachers at the end of the six-weeks grading period. Senior Bud Robb is an all-round outstanding student. He does extra assignments for classes, excels in...
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