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Apples

There’s no doubt that cooler days and autumn evenings signal the start to the apple season. Ever since Adam bit into the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge, apples have been the world’s most favorite fruit. There is evidence to suggest that the Stone Age man was partial to the ...[read more]
Posted by: | Posted on: Nov 14, 2007 | Comments (0)

What’s New In The North End Markets

dal mercato ... HIGH GEAR - Yes, I know that this is a jewelry store, but...they have a fabulous new line of baubles made from Tagua, a seed from a palm tree only found along the Pacific Coast of South America. It has acquired the name of "Vegetable Ivory" because when it dries ...[read more]
Posted by: | Posted on: Nov 01, 2007 | Comments (0)

SUMMER TOMATOES

The tomato is probably the most symbolic of foods associated with Italian cuisine; more tomatoes are eaten in Italy than any other vegetable. In reality the tomato did not enter the Italian pantry until the late 16th century when the Spanish brought it into the country. It was ...[read more]
Posted by: | Posted on: Oct 01, 2007 | Comments (0)

Food Trends from Around the World

I recently returned from the Fancy Food Show in New York City where more than 73 countries and territories from around the world displayed their best specialty foods and beverages in hopes of attracting the attention of the US retail buyers. Although I spend most of my time ...[read more]
Posted by: | Posted on: Aug 14, 2007 | Comments (0)

Food Trends From Around The World

I recently returned from the Fancy Food Show in New York City where more than 73 countries and territories from around the world displayed their best specialty foods and beverages in hopes of attracting the attention of the US retail buyers. Although I spend most of my time ...[read more]
Posted by: | Posted on: Aug 11, 2007 | Comments (0)
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