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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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April 9, 2009
On Wednesday evening, people of the Jewish faith celebrated the first night of Passover with a traditional meal called the “Seder.” During the Seder, we observe various traditions such as eating the “Matzah,” unleavened cracker with horseradish, and drinking four cups of wine. All of these rituals are reminders of the Jewish people’s exodus from Egypt 3,319 years ago. Our ancestors’ miraculous escape from oppression to freedom has served as a source of inspiration for many generations and will do so for many more to come.
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May 3, 2007
Jane Napier Neely Chit Chat from Here and There … I'm another year older since last chatting with you. I'm not quite at that "biggie" age yet but growing ever closer. My mind and spirit still thinks I'm 25 but my body doth protest! I swear, as each year it seems that another piece of my body isn't working quite as well as it did in the livelier years gone by. And to celebrate this added year, I gathered some friends together and we slipped away slightly south of the border, down Mexico way. That "away" place was Rosarito Beach.
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By Jane Napier Neely | May 1, 2013
I hope that all of you have your air conditioning ducts and filters clean and thermostats calibrated in readiness for the heat wave that has been forecast for this weekend. It's hard to believe that high temps will be here so soon. California crazy weather is just ramping up. Also ramping up are philanthropic benefits. The Pasadena Showcase House of Design opened up with great fanfare on April 21. Design aficionados are flocking to this beautiful Monterey Colonial home built in 1941 in a lovely Arcadia neighborhood.
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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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