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Edible Contributors Fall 2014

What IsYour Most Treasured Food Tradition?Jessica Bradley: Every Christmas my mom and dad make homemade ravioli. The recipe was my great grandmother’s and has been handed down through the generations. Each year, I find myself...

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Relish This Fall 2014

by Lauren MosherFirst Annual Duxbury Food & Wine FestivalThursday, September 25 – Sunday, September 28, 2014Celebrate the first Duxbury Food & Wine Festival, hosted by Snug Harbor Wine. The festival presents a...

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Couch Potato Fall 2014

FIVE TOP FOOD BOOKS FOR 2014by Brooke McDonoughIt’s a tough task to choose only five of the wide array of excellent food books published in 2014. This list represents our favorites as well as some of the most important food...

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Grist for the Mill Fall 2014

 Do you garden? With our growing community of edible food enthusiasts, we figure there are many gardeners among us. Admittedly, our springtime enthusiasm rarely results in the autumn garden we envisioned. At the start of every...

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Fall 2014 Table of Contents

Grist for the Milledible Contributorsrelish THIS!by Lauren Mosheredible NOTABLES:Langwater Farm Plant Walkby Kate StrasselSouth Coast Tour De Farmsby Kate StrasselOld World-Style Breadby Katherine RossmooreCider Donut Delightby...

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eSEMA Farmers’ Markets

With leaves bursting in varied hues, cool evenings and warm apple cider, and brisk sunny days with cerulean blue skies, Southeastern Massachusetts welcomes the fall with harvest festivals, apple picking, corn mazes, and...

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Great American Pumpkin Bread

  American Pumpkin Bread Did you know that pumpkins are from Central America, specifically Mexico—as we know from seeds that date back about 10,000 years. And that pumpkins grow from a flower, which makes them a fruit—a...

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