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Farm Fresh to You delivery

Farm Fresh To You (And Us)

Having a hard time keeping fresh produce in stock in your house? Why not make your life easier – and skip a trip to the grocery store – by having a Farm Fresh To You box delivered to your doorstep? Even better, if you order one of our favorite boxes (the No Cooking box), you […]

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Freaky Fruits for Fall

Fall is in the air, which means it’s time for cooler temperatures, colorful leaves, and creepy food treats. Want to confound and befuddle your friends family members – and expand their horizons?┬áTry setting a table with some of these freaky fruits (courtesy of Melissa’s Produce). Can you name them all? Aw, heck, we’ll make it […]

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Name That Fruit

There are literally thousands upon thousands of different varieties of edible fruits in the world. And yet, many people – especially kids – can only name about five or ten. You’ve got your apples, bananas, oranges, strawberries, blueberries, peaches… and then that’s about where it starts to trail off for a lot of folks. But […]

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Friday Food News Wrap: August 20

Another Friday and lots more food news to report. One of the biggest stories we’ve seen this week (especially for our fellow Californians) is the egg recall, which appears to be growing. (380 million eggs are under recall at this point.) This LA Times story has a good summary of which eggs to look out […]

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A Day on the “Coupon Diet”

Recently some researchers released a study of what you happen if you only ate the food that was advertised on TV. (Answer: You’d be in a sorry state.) It also got us thinking a lot about coupons, which are marketed heavily toward people shopping for families with kids. In fact, we’re constantly hearing about how […]

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Friday Food News “Wrap”

We’ve been out of the loop this week because we spent a few days unplugged in Amish farm country. After hearing and reading about so many dairy mega-businesses, it’s a treat to see some simple, old-style family farms with cows grazing happily in the pastures. Those cows sure make some good milk, not to mention […]

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