Mason jars might be the most useful item in your kitchen, and it seems like the internet – we’re looking at you, Pinterest – keeps finding new uses for them! Some of the trends we’ve seen include, packing a salad lunch, creating luminaries and, of course, desserts. They’re the perfect size for single-serving parfaits, puddings, and pies.

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There are a number of different terms being used in food production these days and it can be confusing. Here are some short definitions of terms you may see at farms and markets. Remember, the power of buying local is in your ability to ask questions directly to your farmer. Look beyond the label and find out more!

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The biggest hesitation I’ve heard about buying local food or buying organic food is the cost scare. There are a two major tricks to the trade of buying local food.

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We all love candied yams because they are sweet--like getting to eat dessert first. But you can have your yams and eat them too with this recipe, with some alternating flavors and textures to keep it interesting.

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I love this version of the popular summer salad, because it can be easily made year-round.

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