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Produce

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Ice Cream

Have You Met the Mamey? It’s Worth a Small Dallas Odyssey.

From a tree that resembles a magnolia grows a fruit that’s brown and football-shaped, with one tapered end.
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Food Crime

Tom Spicer Sells His Crops From New Digs Next to Garden Cafe

After losing his space on Fitzhugh, he's selling out of the Garden Cafe.
By Nancy Nichols
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Farmers Markets

Tom Spicer in Danger of Losing FM 1410

Tom Spicer has been a farmer and forager around here for over 30 years. His tiny produce shop with a lovely garden out back is a great source for locally grown, healthy vegetables and produce. He is in danger of losing his business.
By Nancy Nichols
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Farmers Markets

New Local Market Opens at Vickery Meadow September 21

The market will run every Sunday at Half Price Books.
By Rochell Van Deurzen
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Locally Sourced

Hatch Chile Fest: the Goods from Opening Day

Texans apparently like to take advantage of the season. Hummus, sorbet, salsas, cheese, popcorn and chocolate are all infused with the green glories right now.
By Rochell Van Deurzen

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Locally Sourced

Found: Colorful Cherry Tomatoes and Red Okra

Salt, pepper and a little heat are all you need to bring out tons of flavor in bright local produce.
By Rochell Van Deurzen
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Locally Sourced

The Localist: Sweet and Spicy Tomato Jam by In a Pickle

One big downfall to summer bounty is it doesn’t last very long. Most of these vibrant and aromatic foods hit the marketplace virtually overnight and are gone in a blink of an eye. Thankfully, we have some great businesses nearby to help preserve the best of the season so we can enjoy it year round.
By Stacy Markow
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AgriBusiness

The Secret Life of Ugly Produce

Fruits and veggies that don't fit aesthetic standards get tossed out by the ton.
By Rochell Van Deurzen
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Cooking

Found: Easter Egg Radishes, Roasted with Brown Butter, Lemon, & Tops

Rich and soft, these colorful little veg pack a lot of flavor.
By Rochell Van Deurzen