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Culinate Newsletter June 25 08

(mailing, James Berry)

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 h1. Dear readers,

  Around here, we love a good story, especially when food plays a starring role. Nancy Greenleese is a radio journalist living in Italy — and she's a terrific storyteller. Check out Nancy's latest piece on Culinate, about the time she cooked an American supper for her foodie friends in Rome: corn on the cob, almond chicken, rolls, and chocolate-chip cookies. Did her food measure up? [/articles/firstperson/dinnerinrome "Read on"] to find out.

 And in case you missed it, Nancy's earlier piece on the site, about a [/articles/firstperson/blindchocolatetasting "blind chocolate tasting,"] was also good enough to devour. 

 Kim Carlson
 Editorial Director

 P.S. Shelley and Helene are this week's book winners in the Whole-Grain Challenge. Congrats also to Nicole, who won a Bob's Red Mill whole-grain gift basket for Frittering. You too could win: Just sign up for the [/mix/challenge/wholegrainchallenge Challenge] to win a book, or post your whole-grain (or other) meal on [/fritter Fritter] to win the gift basket. We'll draw one more set of winners next week.

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story1text: Learn to discern garlic scapes from ramps, scallions from leeks.
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story2text: Photos, nutritional information, and cooking tips for 20 different grains.

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recipe1text: Don't skip breakfast! Here's a delicious way to eat vegetables early in the day.
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recipe2text: Make this simple lemon-molasses marinade for grilled chicken thighs.

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