Monthly Archives: July 2011

The Sacred Literature of Fresh Tomato Deliciousness. Tomatoland: how modern industrial agriculture destroyed our most alluring fruit

It is almost time for the fresh Minnesota tomato, and of our local farmers markets will have loads of traditional and heirloom varieties — soon, very soon. Thanks to my friend Susan Marsnik, I have a new stash of Aleppo … Continue reading

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Toffee Waffles – what every waffle cone wants to be

Toffee Waffles: $5/four If you have ever eaten waffle cones out of the box, Toffee Waffles will validate your suspicion that there might be a Really Amazing Member of the Waffle Cone Family out there somewhere. I found them yesterday … Continue reading

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