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Highlighting what’s in season, sharing recipes, shining a light on local eateries, and nutritional tidbits.

How To Be a Pumpkin-Eater after Halloween

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After Halloween, don’t throw away that jack-o’-lantern! There are lots of ways to make use of pumpkins after the holiday.

Spilling the Tea … on Tea

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There are many reasons to enjoy a cup of tea, including numerous health benefits like improving memory, reducing cardiovascular disease, and inhibiting cancer cells.

The World Is Your Oyster

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Craving fresh seafood, either prepared or raw? Buoy & Trap in Truckee offers sustainable seafood. Take a fresh piece of fish home or come in and try one of the delicious menu choices.

Foraging for Wild Summer Drinks and Desserts

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Summer recipes that entice you to notice native plants and find ways to add wild ingredients to your daily diet.

Anja Lee

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Anja Lee Hall was a kid when she cooked her first family meal at age 11. She’s worked plenty in the kitchens of others and now teaches folks how to cook in the comfort of their own.

Dirty and Mighty

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A film series this month showcases how the dirt beneath our feet holds the hope for tomorrow. Hosted by Moonshine Ink, Tahoe Food Hub, and the Tahoe Art Haus & Cinema.

What’s for Dinner?

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In this month’s Soul Kitchen, Tahoe Forest dietician Lisa Fligor helps readers to save money, time, and grief by planning ahead on meals.

Romancing the Persimmon

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This saucy persimmon pudding dish may prove the fruit’s haters wrong.

Real Food

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Auburn powerhouse Joanne Neft, a one-time Tahoe resident and an early champion of Placer County farmers markets and local farmers, shares that great food is grown nearby throughout the year.

Should it Stay or Should it Go?

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September is National Preparedness Month, the perfect share proper food safety precautions that should be followed in the wake of a power outage.