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Taking Advantage of Popular Farm Stands Dear Friends (Nidobak), This summer has been very lush and beautiful as a growing season, all the trees even seem taller and fuller. Farm... — Updated 9/28/2013

 

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Dear Nidobak, I hope summer is finding you happy, healthy, and ready to say “yes” to any and all social invitations. Bring an “easy to make” summer salad. You probably have... — Updated 7/27/2013

 

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Dear Nidobak (Friends), Although it is slow this year, Spring is here. Maybe not every day, but most days. We can at least get busy cleaning up and planting precious seeds. We can... — Updated 5/25/2013

 
 By Dale Carson    Films

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“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... — Updated 3/17/2013

 

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Parsnips are little ivory white root vegetables that I believe are under appreciated. They are good in soups and stews, of course, but very good in the recipe below. We have... — Updated 1/19/2013

 

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When there is more than a chill in the air and its downright freezing, there’s nothing like comfort food to take that edge off. Each season brings its own. Seems like hunting has... — Updated 12/15/2012

 

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Cegejokwijoad is September and Benibagos is October in our Abenaki language. Known as ‘croptime’, and the ‘time of falling leaves’, these two months bring the most bounty... — Updated 9/26/2012

 

In the good ol' summertime

In the good ol' summertime I can't help but get excited about almost every vegetable I see, but corn is a special favorite because of its versatility. Corn and byproducts thereof,... — Updated 9/26/2012

 

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