Food Stamps & Farmers Markets, Seal Hearts, and Other Food News

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News for the food-inclined from the nation's premier sources of content generation:

A Fresh Break for the Needy by Jane Black (Washington Post): A program

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Food Stamps & Farmers Markets, Seal Hearts, and Other Food News

  • Food Stamps & Farmers Markets, Seal Hearts, and Other Food News

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    News for the food-inclined from the nation's premier sources of content generation:

    A Fresh Break for the Needy by Jane Black (Washington Post): A program in western Massachusetts that doubles the value of food stamps at the farmers market proves so successful that other areas are trying the same thing.

    Growing Crop of Vendors Hitting the Streets by Tara Duggan (SF Chron): Seattle isn't the only city to see a street food boom. SF's got curry, creme brulée, and even escargot on a stick.

    Yeah, yeah, yeah. It's not like I'm talking or anything. Jeez.

    The Caviar of the North by Sarah Boesfeld (Toronto Globe-Mail): Michaelle Jean, governor general of Canada, makes international news by eating a seal heart in defense of Inuit hunting traditions. But how does it taste?

    Restaurants Face Falling Appetizer Sales (Nation's Restaurant News): Dining out in a recession, something has to go. Guess it's not dessert.

    Got pickling questions? Ask Eugenia Bone through the NY Times.

     
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