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Culinate Newsletter October 1 08

(mailing, James Berry)

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 h1. Dear readers,
 If you've been a Culinate reader for a while, you've probably seen a piece or two on our site by Ivy Manning; she's contributed stories on cooking and eating the [/articles/features/leafygreens?utmsource=NL100108&utmmedium=email&utmcontent=LeafyGreens&utmcampaign=IvyManning "greens"] that we often discard (but shouldn't); the eight [/articles/culinate8/Fungi+favorites?utmsource=NL100108&utmmedium=email&utmcontent=FungiFavorites&utmcampaign=IvyManning "fungi"] all cooks should know about; and how she herself learned to love [/mix/dinnerguest/sweettart?utmsource=NL100108&utmmedium=email&utmcontent=SweetTart&utmcampaign=IvyManning "rhubarb"]. 

 A few months ago, Ivy published her first cookbook, [/mix/dinnerguest/sweettart?utmsource=NL100108&utmmedium=email&utmcontent=FarmToTable&utmcampaign=IvyManning "The Farm to Table Cookbook"]. It's a book to savor, filled with tantalizing recipes and photos. I spoke with Ivy recently about her book, farmers' markets — and her next project. Check out the [/articles/theculinateinterview/podcastivymanning?utmsource=NL100108&utmmedium=email&utmcontent=IMPodcast&utmcampaign=IvyManning "podcast"] this week on Culinate.

 Kim Carlson
 Editorial Director

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story1text: 'Keri Fisher sends her kids out the door with warm and easy breakfasts. Pancake Roll-Ups, anyone?'
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story2text: "At long last, one of Caroline's chickens lays an egg. A celebration ensues, and then: Breakfast."

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recipe1text: A good recipe to master for a quick weeknight dinner, this can be made with poultry or pork.
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recipe2text: "No need to peel; no need to core. All you do need is a food mill — and lots of apples, of course."

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