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Heirloom Roasted Carrots

Tweet Heirloom plant species, be they flowers, fruits or vegetables are grown from seeds that are passed down from generation to generation. Grown from seeds that are at least fifty years old, these heirloom beauties use traditional techniques and rely on natural pollination (insects and wind). Not only do the heirloom varieties look different from […]

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Le Verdure

Tweet Food does not have to be complicated. These colorful vegetables, simply roasted with olive oil and salt, then grilled are as pleasing to the eye as they are to the palate .

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Carrot Cake Muffins

Tweet   With the exception of sugar beets, carrots have more sugar than any other vegetable. During the middle Ages, when sweeteners were scarce and expensive, Europeans used carrots to add sweetness to cakes. These cakes were perceived as healthy. (I guess they didn’t have any Cheesecake Factory’s). It’s believed that the origin of  carrot […]

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