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Culinate Newsletter Sep 26 07

(mailing, James Berry)

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 h1. Dear Readers,
 
 With his pink feather boa and his art-house blockbuster, Farmer John Peterson stands out among Illinois farmers. And he uses his fame to further awareness about Community Supported Agriculture. In Christy Harrison's interview with Peterson this week on Culinate, you can find out why he's even more excited about CSAs than organics.
 
 We're going to give away three copies of a cookbook we like from a restaurant that's been cooking farm-fresh food since 1991. Intrigued? All you have to do is tell us in the comment section how you're enjoying the season's bounty of tomatoes. 

 You are enjoying tomatoes -- aren't you?

 Kim Carlson
 Editorial Director

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story1text: Recipe whiz? Here are a batch of contests to keep you busy.
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story2text: Cook sauce in September to eat in December.

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recipe1text: Make this salad while peppers and tomatoes are still in season.

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recipe2text: The simple pleasure of a tasty and nutritious breakfast snack. 
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