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Wed, Dec 18, 2013 10:09 AM
If you’re a fan of local and sustainable food and drink, you’re going to be excited about the new year’s restaurant food trends.
You can 'do lunch' and still help the environment.
Video: Visit a restaurant where every staffer spends time on the restaurant farm.
Food news from around the web for your weekend reading.
Always make too much spaghetti? Here are some ideas for using up the leftovers.
Is your child eating bread and potatoes or sugar and red dye for lunch today?
Gourmet magazine makes its food predictions for 2009. I find the environmental good in them.
Sometimes the reasons to buy organic go beyond the health of the earth and your family.
There are many things in the kitchen besides plastic milk jugs that can be recycled. You just need to know where to take them.
If you've got questions, I just might have the answers. You need to ask them first, though.
Did you get pears without the partridge and tree for the holidays that are still lying around? Do the unexpected with them.
I take the work out of making your New Year's resolutions by suggesting some for you.
Tearless onion cutting is possible, and chances are you've already got the tool to help you.
I’ve got the second resolution that you are welcome to adopt as your own.
If your kids like french fries, they might actually like these healthier oven roasted potatoes better. Mine do.
Stay-at-home mom on eco-friendly food options.
Mom shares nourishing recipes and blogs about sustainable living