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Culinate Newsletter July 30 08

(mailing, James Berry)

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 h1. Dear readers,
 
 When you think of food, do you think of food TV?
 
 This week, Dinner Guest blogger [/mix/dinnerguest/givinguprachaelray?utmsource=NL073008&utmmedium=email&utmcontent=SarahGilbert&utmcampaign=CancelCable "Sarah Gilbert"] talks about what she's giving up by canceling her cable subscription — Rachael Ray, for starters — and, more importantly, what she's gaining. 

 For my part, I wrote a couple of months ago about having only basic cable, which means I don't get to watch the Food Network. I also wrote that if I had to choose, which I do, I'd rather buy more costly ingredients (organic eggs, say) than upgrade our cable package. 
 
 Do you agree that you can still be food-savvy and not watch Ina or Alton? Head over to Sarah's blog post and chime in.
 
 Kim Carlson
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story1text: Hmm, noon. Too early for a rhubarb cosmopolitan?
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story2text: Eating locally and the farmer-chef connection.

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