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Food columnist Sarah Nasello writes, "While you could use only plain water, chicken stock is an easy and affordable alternative, and it adds great flavor and nutrition to the soup."
Sauteed onions, tender chicken and a touch of heat make this simple recipe a crowd-pleaser.
“An ideal buyer would have a good understanding of the food industry and an entrepreneurial mindset that allows the business to continuously grow," said Mary Hodny, current owner of Leo's Potato Dumplings. "They must also have the insight and open-mindedness to see its potential.”
Think of old-school garlic bread, the kind where the garlic smacks you in the face, strong and fragrant, topped with a mound of golden-brown mozzarella that still appears to be bubbling even after it has been pulled from the oven. Now combine those flavors in a dip and serve with toasted crostini.
Sarah Nasello says shares her summery recipe for Peach Crumble Pie, a dessert with billowy clouds of sugary crumble atop layers of fresh peaches encased in a rich and flaky all-butter crust.
Have you ever looked to see just how much you spend on food each month? How much of those expenses come from restaurant purchases?

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The New Roots Farm Incubator co-op is embarking on a campaign to raise $500,000 to expand into a 60-acre site and help members become independent farmers.
What if every kitchen in America could have an elderly grandmother — a woman who could tell if pie crust was homemade at 75 paces — who popped up virtually in their kitchen to offer sage kitchen wisdom? Now, thanks to this genius idea, they can.
How many people would go hungry if we break up big ag, like a bumper sticker said? My simple answer is billions. Billions with a “B.”

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