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Visiting an Auburn treasure.

As I write this on Tuesday night, my spirits are high. I had a great day at the flower shop. I spent some quality time with friends and visited our farmers market. It seemed like a beautiful evening, so I … Continue reading

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Meet three Auburn Farmers Market vendors

Last week, I gave an overview of the Auburn Farmers Market, why I shop there, and why you should, too. I visited with three of the several vendors on site and decided to write a few words about each: folks … Continue reading

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The perks of shopping at your local farmers market.

Last Saturday, I was out on a rather large delivery with one of our drivers. As we came down the Arterial, I told him that I needed to make a quick stop at the farmers market that is held every … Continue reading

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On hops and brewing

It has been a couple years since I have done a column on hops and beer. Two things prompted me to do this today. First of all, as I drove from Genesee to William streets — and believe me, navigating … Continue reading

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Ketchup and mustard are staples of summer.

I cannot imagine a summer without them. Life would become very boring. Yes, our hot dogs and hamburgers and sausages would be edible, but boring. We need our mustards, ketchups (or is it catsup) and relishes. Where would we be … Continue reading

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The perks of gardening in pots

I do hope that the garden is coming along well. So far, I think that other than the need for a little rain, the weather is cooperating with us. If you haven’t completed your planting, this week is a good … Continue reading

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Foraging for burdocks and more

Today I saw some “ramps” in the supermarket. They were $14.99 a pound. Ramps are a small, flavorful wild leek. The burdocks are late this year, by nearly three weeks. I suspect that our crazy winter weather had a lot … Continue reading

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