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Forty Dollar Carrots

During one of my strolls through the Seacoast Eat Local Winter Farmers Market, I overheard a woman say to her husband “Can you believe they want five dollars for a dozen eggs?  I can get the same eggs at Wal*Mart … Continue reading

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The Patient Farmers

My friend Jaxon and I went to a farmer’s market yesterday.  There were so many beautiful carrots; I bought a bunch from each farmer at the market. I planted some carrots this spring.  Remember?  The instructions were “be patient.” I … Continue reading

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Crazy For Carrots

I love local food.  Some people might call me a locavore.  I’m not a member of the slow food movement per se, but I think smaller and closer is better when it comes to the foods I eat.  I try … Continue reading

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Dan-vizz Carrots

I had my biennial eye exam yesterday.  Maybe I tried too hard during the exam; how could I still have 20/20 vision?  I thought I might need some real glasses, but no, I just need a pair of “computer bi-focals.”  … Continue reading

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