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Eat Local Challenge #8

Sometimes it’s the simple things. Like what to have for lunch. What do you eat for lunch? Maybe you go out to lunch (see our tips yesterday for eating out). If you eat at home or pack a lunch, today we’ve got some suggestions for making your lunch a little more local. . Today’s Assignment:

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October 10. 2017 | By | 0 comments

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BLT Sandwich

You hardly need a recipe to make a BLT sandwich—bacon, lettuce, tomato on bread. But you may need reminding how good a properly made BLT can be. And it’s flexible—if you don’t eat bacon, leave it off and pile on a couple of the suggested additions. Look for just about all of the ingredients at

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October 01. 2017 | By | 0 comments

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Pomegranate Chicken

From the article ‘Indian Feast’ by Laura Booras in the Fall 2017 issue. For a link to the article and all the recipes in this menu, go to Global Local Cuisine. I love this recipe for Pomegranate Chicken because it combines so many complex flavors. It’s perfect for fall with the addition of pomegranate, and

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September 27. 2017 | By Laura Booras | 0 comments

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Sweet and Sour Butternut Squash

From the article ‘Indian Feast’ by Laura Booras in the Fall 2017 issue. For a link to the article and all the recipes in this menu, go to Global Local Cuisine. Butternut squash is the perfect fall food, and this Sweet and Sour Butternut Squash dish combines the sweetness of the squash with slightly sour

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September 27. 2017 | By Laura Booras | 0 comments

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Saag Paneer

From the article ‘Indian Feast’ by Laura Booras in the Fall 2017 issue. For a link to the article and all the recipes in this menu, go to Global Local Cuisine. Saag Paneer is my absolute favorite Indian dish. I love the creamy spinach with spices and I absolutely adore the cheese. If you can’t

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September 27. 2017 | By Laura Booras | 0 comments

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California Spiny Lobster Roll

Photo by Rosminah Brown California spiny lobster must be eaten fresh. If you have a fresh lobster and do not have time to eat it all that day, you can remove the tail and freeze it for later. Store the detached tail in a container of water, letting it freeze in the ice. Thaw it

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October 01. 2016 | By Rosminah Brown | 0 comments

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