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What Maine foods are you (still) eating?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Green Spark Farm Dec 11, 2010.

 

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Green Spark Farm replied to Eat Local Foods Coalition of Maine's discussion What Maine foods are you (still) eating?
"We're eating fresh haddock from Alewives Brook Farm, Palmer Hill farm butter, oats from Wood Prairie, lamb from South Paw Farm, Beef from Caldwell Farm, Honey from Tom & Andrea, Shallots from Freedom Farm, and Green Sparks own dried herbs,…"
Dec 11, 2010
Kathy Chamberlain replied to Eat Local Foods Coalition of Maine's discussion What Maine foods are you (still) eating?
"Still eating delicata squash, garlic, greens (from a friends hot house), ice cream, carrots, eggs, milk, yogurt, onions, some meat when I can get it. Goat cheese and frozen blueberries too."
Dec 6, 2010
MIchelle replied to Eat Local Foods Coalition of Maine's discussion What Maine foods are you (still) eating?
"Farm raised goose for Thanksgiving Goose pot pies in the freezer Some chickens and ducks in the freezer Fresh eggs all the time Garlic Stewed tomatoes Dilly beans"
Nov 29, 2010
cathie pinkham replied to Eat Local Foods Coalition of Maine's discussion What Maine foods are you (still) eating?
"greetings all we have all frozen veggies canned sulsa dried herbs onions garlic canned peaches blueberrys zukes pickles all veggies were frozen even made colslaw that is in the freezer zuke relish dried herbs basil tyme orgeno the list is long just…"
Nov 23, 2010
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Sep 30, 2009
John & Cynthia replied to Eat Local Foods Coalition of Maine's discussion What Maine foods are you (still) eating?
"I just bought potatoes, first veggie since last July purchased! I am so proud. We still have carrots, squash, rutabagas and onions, canned; tomatoes, beans,salsa,pickles and jam and frozen; corn,broccoli,cauliflower,green beans,peas, peppers,…"
Mar 8, 2009
Deborah Emery replied to Eat Local Foods Coalition of Maine's discussion What Maine foods are you (still) eating?
"In addition to the dried herbs and vegetables in the freezer and canning jars, I have something new this year...rhubarb concentrate. We love it, just mix with water and it tastes like lemonade without all the sugar."
Mar 1, 2009
Jon Berry replied to Eat Local Foods Coalition of Maine's discussion What Maine foods are you (still) eating?
"we're still eating strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, cabbage, squash and I think we have ! whole frozen chicken from last season. we're waiting for our fedco seed order to arrive so we can start planting tomatoes,…"
Feb 22, 2009

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