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EATING OUT: Nell Thorn’s menu full of local farm products

Mar 5th, 2011

by Jessamyn Tuttle The last time I had dinner at Nell Thorn, I ate goat. Not just any goat, but a La Mancha from Gothberg Farms in Bow. I follow Rhonda Gothberg on Facebook, and she had commented just that morning that she had entrusted some of her goats to the kitchen at Nell Thorn, knowing
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BOOKS: Lane Morgan’s revised winter cookbook offers plenty for spring

Mar 3rd, 2011
BOOKS: Lane Morgan’s revised winter cookbook offers plenty for spring

by Jessica Harbert When preparing to cook a recipe calling for ingredients such as radicchio, escarole and gobo, would you even know where to begin? I sure wouldn’t. Local Whatcom resident Lane Morgan’s Winter Harvest Cookbook guides readers through cooking in the winter season commonly thought to be less fruitful in the fresh produce department.
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BOOKS: Simone Goes to the Market

Jan 13th, 2011
BOOKS: Simone Goes to the Market

by Brent Cole Bellingham resident David Westerlund’s book “Simone Goes to the Market” shows the connection between local farmer and food in a way that children under five can understand. The book, featuring his daughter Simone, also teaches colors. Westerlund released the book in the spring of 2008 after a friend convinced him to print
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FOOD: The Table: Fresh pasta, community style

Jan 8th, 2011
FOOD: The Table: Fresh pasta, community style

by Marie Biondolillo Every week for the past two years, Bellingham Pasta Company co-owner Anna Rankin has delivered 200 pounds of fresh pasta by bicycle. Rankin, who also co-owns Bellingham Pasta Company’s new restaurant The Table, uses a lightweight trailer to carry her goods to locations ranging from the Fountain District to Fairhaven Haggen. “It
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Food Review: StrEAT Food

Nov 8th, 2010
Food Review: StrEAT Food

by Aaron Apple I don’t know about you, but every time I hear about the food scene in Portland, OR and the swarms of food trucks that crowd every neighborhood, I get a bit jealous. These food trucks often specialize in one specific type of food and do it very well, while keeping prices low
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Serving the Skagit Harvest: Local cookbook from Eat Your Yard

Sep 12th, 2010
Serving the Skagit Harvest: Local cookbook from Eat Your Yard

by Stephanie Ashton Local food lovers can look forward to a surge of inspiration this fall with the release of Serving the Skagit Harvest, a cookbook compiled and published by the Skagit County organization, Eat Your Yard. As a side project of Skagit Beat the Heat – a 501(c)(3) non-profit group devoted to spreading awareness
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Book reviews: July-August

Jul 13th, 2010

Each issue, we’ll bring you some of the books, publications and articles that have our attention. Growing Vegetables West of the Cascades: The Complete Guide to Organic Gardening by Steve Solomon: This is one of those books that sits on the kitchen table throughout the growing season. A good manual for your large vegetable garden
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