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March 2013

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Ham and Wine Pairing

Savor the flavor of ham even more with a delicious wine partner. Karen Page and Andrew Dornenburg, coauthors of What to Drink with What You Eat share suggestions.


Honeybee Mobile Market—a Farmers' Market on Wheels

Tony Pavelko and Gina DiMaggio are looking to buy and retrofit a trailer, fill it with local food, and drive it directly to consumers.


FreshTartSteph Recipe: Caramel Popcorn Candied Almond Ice Cream

I got to collaborate on a Froz Broz Ice Cream flavor! Here’s the addictive result. You’re welcome.


The Growler Lives to Fight Another Day

Existing law states breweries producing more than 3,500 barrels per year are prohibited from filling and selling growlers to customers. That may change thanks to Save the Growler.


DeRushaEats: Does Fine Dining Matter? La Belle Vie Turns 15

Many top chefs have worked at La Belle Vie, but they haven't opened fine dining restaurants after moving on. Do we need more?

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