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Local Harvest in the Bread Basket

November 6, 2012 Alexandra Caspero

I sometimes forget how lucky I am to be living in what is known as the "bread basket"–a 400-mile stretch in California that grows nearly one quarter of the country's produce. Having this much fresh,

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Picking a Proper Pepper

November 5, 2012 Amber Massey

We've had a spell of cooler weather here in North Texas. I say spell, because it will be short lived. I am confident in my statement due to the fact that this is Texas after

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Harvest on the Front Lines

November 1, 2012 Jennie Schmidt

There's really no better place to reflect on the year than driving a combine. That's because, as fun as it is, it leaves you plenty of time to look over a field and think. Harvest

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What Fall Harvest Means to Me

October 31, 2012 Rebecca Subbiah

HARVEST—THE VERY WORD MAKES YOU THINK OF FARMERS IN THE FIELDS, the abundance of crops, and hands eagerly picking the bounty from gardens. My harvest memories start in England, where I was born, and travel

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The Flavors of My Border Town Home

October 29, 2012 Christy Wilson

Nogales, Arizona, is a small and busy city. Following the Gadsden Purchase in 1853, the northern part of Nogales became part of the United States of America. The southern part became part of Mexican state