Monthly Archives: January 2010

Ginger, The Professor and Mary Ann…

Gotch’a – we’re not talking “that Ginger”, we’re talking about a gnarly root that began it’s history some 3,000 years ago. From Sanskrit it translated to “horn root”. While it was very popular with the Romans it nearly became lost … Continue reading

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Vegetables — Do I Gotta?

Say the word “salad”, close your eyes and what do you imagine? I see either crunchy iceberg lettuce or soft baby greens – copious amounts of some sort of salad dressing and a bit of cheese. I have never been … Continue reading

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It’s a Love-Hate Kinda Thing

Like many, I have put on extra pounds over the holidays. From the first touch of frost on the vine, my taste buds start to excite themselves. That frost signals the beginning of my utmost favorite time of the year. … Continue reading

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