Okra is one of those vegetables that you either love, hate, or have never tried. Despite my varied...Read More
“Eat your greens…” is a phrase most people have heard at some point in their lives, often from Mom or Dad or perhaps Grandma and Grandpa. It can easily be pictured—a child staring into a bowl of watery iceberg lettuce heaped with gobs of bottled ranch dressing turns their gaze up and asks, “Do I have to?”Read More
Grow Education has been working with the New Bedford Public School System for the past eight years, providing third grade students with knowledge of their food from seed to plate. Four initiatives comprise this Farm to School movement: classroom, cafeteria, community, and gardens.Read More
By Kendra Murray. Residents from all walks of life call the Whaling City home. Its unique blend of...Read More
Words and photos by Kendra Murray. PICNIC LUNCHBREAK: Enjoying Farm & Coast Market Takeout at...Read More
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Wine is food;
spray cheese is not.
Butter’s good; margarine is just yellow gunk.
Soil beats strip malls; food gardens are preferable to lawns; farmers, chefs, and artisans are our heroes.