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Tag Archives: fruit
Book of January 2, 2010
In our house, eating the fruit as you pick it is called “pulling a Sal”.
Book of November 3, 2009
When the farm gives me kohlrabi greens, celery root, a huge head of radicchio, arugula, and daikon in the same week, I know this book will tell me what to do.