THIS WOMAN WRITES Recipe: Shockingly Simple Spaghetti Sauce
When I was a child, my dad was in charge of spaghetti. He began the process mid-morning Saturday and stayed in the kitchen, stirring and tasting and finessing, for hours, until the coup de grace at ... Posted on 1/28/14 at 6:08 PM
EVERYDAY GOURMET Zesty Tomato Quinoa
There is no doubt that quinoa is on trend right now in the food world. The united nations has even deemed 2013 as the "year or quinoa". Not just because it's popular though, but because it is consider... Posted on 5/18/13 at 8:19 AM
PRAIRIE FARE Tomatoes From the Garden to the Table
The other day, I was admiring the prolific tomatoes growing in our backyard garden. Some plants already were up to my waist. Although many of us are wilting in the heat, gardeners may find that their ... Posted on 7/10/12 at 9:29 AM
WASHINGTON — As the Senate makes plans to take up the farm bill, the Environmental Working Group last week released a study of crop insurance that shows some farms get big premium subsidies including those in North Dakota and Minnesota and urged Congress to consider releasing the names of crop insurance beneficiaries and putting limits on the subsidies.
CLAVERACK, N.Y. — As farmers and home gardeners set out their tomatoes this spring, plant experts offered suggestions for preventing another outbreak of late blight, which destroyed millions of dollars worth of tomatoes in the eastern U.S. last year.
SAN FRANCISCO — Federal authorities investigating an alleged tomato price-fixing plot involving some of America’s biggest food chains broadened their case against the former owner of a California company Thursday with five more felony counts.
State is the main U.S. source for fresh winter tomatoes, and its growers lost some 70 percent of their crop during January’s prolonged cold snap. Wholesale prices are up nearly five times over last year. That means you can say goodbye to the beefsteak tomatoes on that burger and prepare to pay more than usual for the succulent wedges in your salad.
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — A former executive for a California-based tomato processor agreed to plead guilty to participating in a conspiracy to drive up food prices nationwide, federal prosecutors said Wednesday.
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