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September Is Food Safety Education Month

Working in the restaurant industry for many years, our staff understands the importance of food safety and takes it very seriously in and out of the kitchen. Unfortunately, food can become contaminated during production, processing or distribution, as well as preparation. Did you know 48 million people (1 in 6) suffer from a food-borne illness…

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Fall Vegetables to Harvest in Summer

Mid to late summer is the perfect time to begin harvesting vegetables for the fall. Seeds germinate faster when the soil is already warm, but be careful of hot temperatures drying it out. Before the first frost and subsequent snowfalls, gardeners will want to have their crops fully grown and ready to use. Anything seasonal…

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Tips to Become a Grill Master

Summertime eating is all about food on the grill and cool drinks in hand. When you’re invited to a friend’s house for a backyard barbecue, do you help man the grill or mingle with guests? If you’re intimidated by cooking on the grill, we have 7 tips to help you become a grilling master for…

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Add Summer Fruits & Vegetables to Every Meal

When summer arrives in New England, many of us are jumping for joy. After a freezing cold winter and rainy spring, we are ready for sunshine, backyard BBQ’s and vacation time. Another aspect of summer to be excited about is the food – we get to indulge in delicious fruits and vegetables that make the…

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7 Foods You Didn’t Know You Could Grill

Summer is the season for grilling. When you get together with friends and family on a beautiful night for dinner, nothing says “backyard picnic” like food from the barbecue. Tired of the same old burgers, steaks and hot dogs? We list 7 foods you might not have known you could grill. 1. Watermelon This juicy…

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