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Culinate Newsletter September 17 08

(mailing, James Berry)

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 h1. Dear readers,
 I admit that starting our Vegetable Challenge in September — aka Harvest Month — begs the question: Where's the challenge? 

 The vegetables right now are glorious, and who doesn't want to eat them? OK, granted, there are a few vegetable haters out there, but even you haters are probably finding something good to eat this month, right? New potatoes? Lemon cucumbers?
 I'm hoping that I get into the habit of eating two-and-a-half cups of vegetables every day, so that when February rolls around, I won't be caught with my veg down.
 [/mix/challenge/thevegetablechallenge?utmsource=NL091708&utmmedium=email&utmcontent=EnterVegChallenge&utmcampaign=Vegetable-Challenge "Join me in taking the month-long Vegetable Challenge."] You could be eligible to win cookbooks and a shopping trip to your local farmers' market.
 Kim Carlson
 Editorial Director

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story1text: 'A pictorial guide to produce: Which items have the most and least pesticides?'
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story2text: 'Deborah Madison discovers a love song to the Midwest: Kurt Friese’s new book, "A Chef’s Journey."'

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recipe2text: 'Uncomplicated and delicious: A buttery almond cake dotted with sweet grapes.'

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