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One of my first memories of “fresh” food was popping sweet peas like candy while hanging out with my grandparents in their garden. I couldn’t have been more than four or five years old, and the collecting baskets were as … Continue reading
Everywhere I look, there’s asparagus. Even out my own back window, in the lower garden, where we planted it last summer. That asparagus needs a few cycles before it can be picked, but that doesn’t mean I can’t enjoy it … Continue reading
There are a few ways that a business can help local farmers and gardeners fix the decline in the bee population.
If you like food — this is the best time of the year. If you like local, in-season produce — welcome. If you like recipes, sort of, a little, but nothing too complicated — enjoy. I don’t want to write … Continue reading
Everyone has an opinion about parenting best practices. “Cloth diapers are the way to go!” and “Breast milk is best!” have all but sloganized these opinions. But the truth — the only absolute truth, I’ve learned since becoming a mom … Continue reading
I love food. Mostly, I love fruits and vegetables. I love knowing that when I bite into something, it’s not only good for me, but good for my community, karma, and planet. And I’m not the only Smart blogger or … Continue reading
Over the weekend, I repurposed leftover turkey into a lasagna, and lamented I hadn’t planned ahead and thought to buy lettuce for a salad. Even though it’s not lettuce-growing season in Pennsylvania, there is a hydroponic stand at Central Market … Continue reading