good food news

To grow a really nice tomato plant which in turn produces beautiful, faultless, fortifying fruit takes some thought and some knee-bending…to read more click here Vol.7 #8(06-03-14)

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  1. Chris- your writing always makes me feel so hopeful and honest about the things that make individuals who they are. I don’t want to apologize, deny or avoid what I like to do and happen to be good at because the world thinks I should do something else. I am so glad you and Jenny bravely followed your hearts. You’re also developing as a writer so beautifully! Your tone is maturing or something and it’s really easy to read but still goes deep. The practice of it helps, surely. I love these newsletters- keep it up! Jenny- Could you come up with a list of what might be available for me to buy and pick up Sun. for a tasting on Tuesday for Tracey in preparation for the October 18 wedding? Then could you come up with another list of anything that might be available in October that can store (sweet pot? Onion?)? I think I’ll buy 2 or 3 roasts & 2 chickens, too. Thank you for taking the time out for this- let me know if it’s not good timing. love, Shannon

    Date: Wed, 4 Jun 2014 00:40:01 +0000 To: foodblossoms@hotmail.com

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