Monthly Archives: May 2010

“And these are the boys talking …”

Sometimes, it’s better to be lucky than good. Preferably we can be both, but some things come together and turn out better than we ever anticipated. When Marada was out and about, doing her thing, she crossed paths with the … Continue reading

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Custodians of Taste or Glorified Floor Sweepers?

The second spin on the dilemma is the co-producer explanation: every time a case is shipped on our truck, the product is wrought more firmly into a solid existence in the Maine foodscape. Half the battle is getting it on the truck. The other half is keeping it up-to-snuf. Continue reading

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Custodians of Taste and Fish in the Basement

Howdy, howdy, So my thoughts are about diversity of foods, attention spans, and the ability of the mind and market to absorb specialized varietal differentiation. Heron lent Marada a great book, which she has yet to read because I yanked … Continue reading

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We may not know what we’re doing, but we know we’re doing it…

After being asked and asked for something ‘more’ and pondering the nature of ‘more’, Leah and I have decided that a blog is a better forum for Crown O’Maine to interact online than a Facebook Page (surprise!). In the upcoming … Continue reading

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Starting up…

Just starting this up.  On my mind: Island Flavors.  Heirloom Apples we missed today because of porcupines and over-friendly dogs, fiddlehead differences from river to river, how to structure this thing (the blog)…and COMOC think tanks on the third floor … Continue reading

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