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Edible Oddity Spring 2016
Do you smell bacon? Pigs can smell food as far away as five miles.Read More
Grist for the Mill Spring 2016
Welcome to spring; a season of renewal and transformation. Emerging from winter—albeit a tamer one than last year’s snowball-palooza—the warmth and light propels us into action and sparks new beginnings for Mother Nature, and...Read More
Spring 2016 Table of Contents
Grist for the Mill edible NOTABLES: A Bicycle Built By Lu by Bill Braun All Are Welcome in Middleboro by Kate Strassel Bringing Home the Bacon by Tatum McIsaac Let Them Eat Pork by Sam Vandewater Kristi Marsh Taking Nontoxic...Read More
Spring 2015 Table of Contents
Grist for the Mill edible NOTABLES: Julia Powers On! by Elle Maynard Matt’s Blackboard by Dee Levanti Jason’s Role by Dee Levanti Pine Fest by Deneen McQueen Corner Stop by Deneen McQueen Sheep Day by Mike Gioscia...Read More
YEAR ROUND LOCAL: Simpson Spring Marketplace
With the crazy weather we’ve had this season, many people found themselves ‘cooped up’, staying close to home, staying local. One of the unexpected benefactors of this trend was the importance of shopping local being...Read More
Grist for the Mill Spring 2015
Are the 2015 winter snow storms old news by now? We hope so. However we still find ourselves compelled to remind our readers of the impact the recent winter has had on our local businesses. Local businesses need our help; they...Read More
Spring 2014 Table of Contents
Grist for the Mill relish THIS! by Lauren Mosher edible NOTABLES: Indie Ferm by Charlotte Malakoff...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.