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Mississippi paddlefish in the caviar jars! Is there no end to the disasters?

March 30, 2010


The Washington Post informs me that sophisticated foodies have been flim-flammed with respect to their caviar and their sheep’s milk cheese.  Turns out they have been eating the eggs of Mississippi paddlefish and the milk of cows, while paying for the more expensive alternatives.  OK, so the first question that comes leaping to mind is […]

Fresh, local food is coming in

June 6, 2009


Although it has been “unseasonably cool” there’s asparagus at King’s and Bolt’s, and over at Providence Farm Andrea and Ryan Romeyn are getting ready for the first CSA pickups of the year.  Andrea writes: Even with our cool spring, the gardens look wonderful . . . . We are starting . . .  the week of June […]

Meet the Romeyns of Providence Farm

April 17, 2008


One year a neighbor and I joined a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program at the Wagbo Peace Center in East Jordan, managed by Ryan Romeyn. This is a picture of one week’s bounty in August, 2002. Think about that for a moment. I took a picture of my produce. That’s how fresh and lovely it […]