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Heirloom Tomatoes: Why They're Better
I was listening to NPR the other week when
I heard an interesting interview, by an author
named Barry Esterbrook who’d written a book
Tomato Land. Esterbrook enumerated all
of the reasons why genetically modified tomatoes
shipped from Florida are sadly flavorless, and
lacking in nutritional value.

Why Stay INN Maine?
One of Maine's greatest and often overlooked features is the Inns and B&B's
that exist everywhere. No matter what part of Maine you visit, you will find
the inn or B&B the best way to go.

Featured Print Gallery: Barnyard Animals

How to Cook the Perfect Lobster
But before you can serve lobster, you must cook lobster, and that's where
many people draw the line. Dropping a live lobster into a bubbly pot of water
rates at the top of the list of most feared kitchen tasks. Some cooks are
intimidated by the mere thought of it.
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Issue #307
August 24, 2011
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~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

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