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By Anita Susan Brenner | May 8, 2008
Last week’s column was more than a shameless plug for Rabbi Jonathan Bernhard’s unofficial Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) project. It was an honest attempt to collect recipes for beets. To recap, Community Supported Agriculture refers to city folks committing to purchase seasonal produce from a farm. Our farm is Tierra Miguel in the Pauma Valley. If all goes well, every two weeks, we receive a “plentiful mix of greens, vegetables and fruit.” But if the crop gets eaten by locusts, we get nothing.
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By Loa Blasucci | November 11, 2010
I love visiting my sister's ranch in southern Utah. Her vegetable garden spans boldly across an open field, row by row. It appears endless. I love the potato patch. For us city folk it is a little mind blowing to take a shovel and "dig up" what's for dinner. But, neatly tucked underground where they can absorb hefty amounts of nutritional goodness, are this time of year's nutritional powerhouses — root vegetables. For centuries root vegetables have been used for their healing properties.
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By Jane Napier Neely | September 28, 2011
Women in exquisite formal gowns and glittering jewels accompanied by gentlemen in tuxedos were the center of attraction for photographers as the flash of their cameras lit up the night. It was the opening night, Sept. 17, at the Music Center's Dorothy Chandler Pavilion for the Los Angeles Opera's 25th season and the eagerly anticipated performance of Tchaikovsky's dramatic “Eugene Onegin.” This is only the second time that L.A. Opera has presented a Tchaikovsky opera - the first being “Queen of Spades,” in 2001.
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By Preston MacDougall | July 19, 2007
"Shine On You Crazy Diamond" was recorded in the '70s by the psychedelic rock band Pink Floyd as a tribute to Syd Barrett, their estranged founder, who was suffering from mental illness. The song became less metaphoric for others when General Electric's organic-based diamond synthesis technology was adapted for use in crematoria. A Chicago company, LifeGem, claims to be able produce multiple high-quality diamonds — up to a full carat in size — from the carbon contained in the bodies of people or pets.
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By Joe Puglia | November 23, 2006
Sixty-five days of wind swept seas, and with pitch and toss they carried their hopes aloft. With billowing sails, searching for the "Northerlies" they found the currents that would bring them home somewhere beyond the sea. It was the possibility of having a dream come true that drove them. Dreams are the language of God! The Mayflower brought the Pilgrims, searching for new worlds and religious freedom. And the Pilgrims brought courage, fragility, endurance and vision to Plymouth in 1620.
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By Jane Napier Neely | February 12, 2014
Yay! The Winter Olympic Games are now open in Sochi, Russia. I admit that I'm addicted to the games - be they summer or winter editions. However, my favorites are the winter games, so I'm keeping a close watch on the events as well as the athletes, especially our own hometown Olympian Kate Hansen , a luge competitor. One could say I was in Olympic Game television viewing overload, but I'm loving every minute of it. As I write this on Monday morning our community is awaiting Kate Hansen's slide down the icy luge track.
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October 6, 2005
Food and Wine Tasting Rated 5 Stars Apples appear in lunch boxes year round, but the apple harvest begins this month with an abundance of freshly picked apples in supermarkets and farmers markets. In America, we bite into juicy whole fruit or bake apples in pies, cobblers and other desserts. In Europe apples often star inentrees. Mixed with chopped meat and potatoes, apples give a sweet-savory flavor to Swedish hash. In Germany apples are stuffed inside goose and added to red cabbage.
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By Anita Susan Brenner | May 8, 2008
Last week’s column was more than a shameless plug for Rabbi Jonathan Bernhard’s unofficial Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) project. It was an honest attempt to collect recipes for beets. To recap, Community Supported Agriculture refers to city folks committing to purchase seasonal produce from a farm. Our farm is Tierra Miguel in the Pauma Valley. If all goes well, every two weeks, we receive a “plentiful mix of greens, vegetables and fruit.” But if the crop gets eaten by locusts, we get nothing.
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