Monthly Archives: May 2012

Marada’s Dispatches: Rabbit, chicken sausage, and ‘insufferable’ organic food eaters …

I thought that reading this post on the same week you receive your new Organic Maine Directories might be fodder for some laughs.  Apparently eating organic foods has been linked (albeit through some questionable research) to a certain degree of … Continue reading

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Marada’s Dispatches: Cherry Tomatoes, Moose Bee Granola, Jacob’s Cattle Tempeh, Kale, and more …

Rivera’s SHOW, now that I have seen it for myself, is truly worth a trip to Lewiston, Portland, or Winter Harbor.  Dreads like that don’t come to Maine every day, let alone bring 15 characters to life on stage! On … Continue reading

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Marada’s Dispatches: What it takes to come through (the food chain) …

Every other distributor in New England was short for their fiddlehead orders this week.  I am saying this proudly and mindfully as the record sales this past week delivered out-of-stocks on several hot ticket produce items – just not on … Continue reading

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Marada’s Dispatches: My mother told me to write about Mother’s Day, among other things …

As I drove to a sales meeting in Massachusetts through the steady rain yesterday, I was grateful for two things.  One, the brand new set of Michelin tires on my Volvo, and two, the fact that my fiddlehead picker spent … Continue reading

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