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All the Sweet Spots to Go Berry Picking near Boston

Strawberries and raspberries and blueberries—oh my!

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Get the Dirt on Veggie & Berry-Picking Season

U-Pick veggie and berry season is upon us—get the latest info on your favorite farm’s plans for the 2021 picking season.

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5 Simple Dishes Anyone (Yes We Mean Anyone) Can Pull Off

You want to feed your family well? Learn the ways of riffing and make your family’s own culinary music.

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Trader Joe’s Recipes That’ll Make You Look Like a Chef

These deceivingly simply meals will make you look like the Barefoot Contessa.

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Why The Argonaut Is the Perfect Staycation Hotel

You couldn’t ask for a better jumping off point to hit up all the classic SF tourist hot spots.

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What Is “Hot Dog Water” & OMG Why Is This Actually a Thing Now?

It may just be your worst nightmare come to life.

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Hearty Harvest Pumpkin Soup

This hearty pumpkin soup takes advantage of a key fresh ingredient this time of year: pumpkin! Use your Halloween decor after the Big Night, or buy your pumpkins just for this.

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Swale: The Floating Forest You Have to Check Out

Free fruits and veggies grown on site! Free natural crafting for all ages! Oh buoy!

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Easy Veggie Stir-Fry with Sesame Scrambled Egg

Take your scrambled eggs to the next level with this stir-fry that makes a perfect dinner any night of the week.

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A Bushel, a Basket: The Best CSA Boxes in the DMV

If you are looking to add more fresh local and organic produce into your kid’s mealtime, signing up for a community-supported agriculture–or CSA–program may be the perfect (and yummiest) solution.

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A Local Food Blogger’s New Book Makes Greens Easy to Swallow

We introduce you to awesome Bay Area mom, Erin Gleeson and give you a taste of her delicious new book, “The Forest Feast for Kids.”

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Beyond Pho: Where to Get Your International Food Fix

Take your young foodies on a globe-trekking bite of the Emerald City.

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Meet Suzie! Red Tricycle’s Portland Editor

Read on to meet Suzie, Red Tricycle’s first ever Portland Editor, and find out more about this local mama and her favorite things to do.

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Sweet Potato Crisps Salad

Your kids are going to love this crunchy sweet potato crisps salad.

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Garlic & Rosemary Lamb Roast

When it comes to Easter dinner, few things excite our taste buds like a juicy rack of lamb.

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Pulled Brisket

Prepare your ovens and stomachs for some delicious pulled brisket.

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8 Local Food Blogs Your Family Will Savor

Chicago is foodie central, and that goes for the knee-high residents, too. When you need a dash of inspiration, check out local kid-centric food blogs. Flip through our photo album and get ready to restock your recipe folder with great ideas.

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The Local Farm That Lets You Move Right In

Imagine a family vacation where instead of playing Angry Birds, your child frolicked with chickens. This kind of pure, unplugged fun is what you get at Kinnikinnick Farm. Get an insider’s look at the unique farm-stay spot.

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Chicken and Dumplings Casserole

Middle of the week dinners always seem to be the hardest to throw together. That’s why we’re big fans of creating meals that can last for two nights. And recipes like this Chicken and Dumplings Casserole only seem to get…

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A New Southern Restaurant in the Presidio

After earning Michelin stars for his food at The Restaurant at Meadowood and Cavallo Point’s Murray Circle, chef Joseph Humphrey ventured off on his own to launch a very personal project: a Southern-inspired restaurant in the Presidio called Dixie. It…

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Shrimp Pasta Primavera

Zucchini, asparagus, carrots and broccoli are delightfully seasoned with fresh basil, thyme and parsley in this easily adaptable summer pasta recipe. Kids will have fun squeezing lemon wedges over the shrimp and tossing it in its marinade.
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Real Italian Flavors Hit the Marina

Perbacco, SPQR, A16, Delfina, Cotogna—no corner of San Francisco is without its take on the California-Italian restaurant with expertly sourced local ingredients. Show me a street corner and I can show you a perfectly al dente noodle with a shaving…

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Land of Nod Recalls Toy Vegetables

This recall involves The Land of Nod toy vegetables sets made of felt wool. The toy set has six vegetables: radish, onion, asparagus, tomato, lettuce and carrot. The asparagus is the only toy vegetable involved in this recall. The Land of Nod stores in Illinois and Washington, the Land of Nod catalog and http://www.landofnod.com from October 2007 through February 2010 for about $25.

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Queen Anne’s Family Restaurant: Emmer & Rye

Searching for a good place to eat among the many Seattle kid friendly restaurants? Well, look no further. Emmer & Rye is one of Queen Anne Hill’s finest family dining venues. Moms know how hard it can be to break…

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Little Locavores

If only you could pick persimmons, kiwi, and apples off a tree in your backyard, puree them up, and give them to your wee gourmet. It’d be organic, fresh, seasonal, and extremely local.
Since most urban dwellers don’t have a…

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It’s What’s for Dinner

What’s hiding at the back of your freezer? On second thought, we don’t want to know. Just clean it out so you can fill up that space with awesome meals from Eat Local. Possibly the best thing to happen to…

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The Phinney Market, Food & Fun

(Editor’s note: the Phinney Market is CLOSED. However, the Phinney Market Pub and Eatery, same location and owners, is due to open August 2011. Check their site for updates.) The Phinney Market embodies Seattle–it’s independent and quirky, but also sophisticated,…

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