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Last updated 3/17/2013 at 2:37pm



“Beauty may be in the eye of the beholder”, but “excitement is in the mouth of the taster”.

I think the beauty of a fresh snowfall is wondrous to behold yet you cannot eat it. Well, that’s not true, you could pour fresh maple syrup over it, but that’s another story.

Here we are coming into Mozokas, the moose-hunting moon of March and Zogalikas, the maple sugar-making moon of April. Lovely as it can be, I think we have all grown weary of winter for this year. And, I believe we also grow weary of plain old, plain old winter foods, even the comfort type. Time to bring it up a n...



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