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Bodega Cats just got real

Bodega Cats just got real

As we calculate a pivot to the law and order of food here (not seen on this site in years), a calling from the wild has come to us from the mighty winds of the Twitterverse: Some Yelper, Diana D., dared to cross the path of a Bodega Cat perched...

Raw milk, some lingo and Maryland

Raw milk, some lingo and Maryland

Herdshares and agistment are words that Marylanders will finally get to learn. Just recently a law was passed that allowed the sale of raw milk as pet food. At the same time more research is continuing to show that low fat milk pasteurized in grocery aisles contain artificial sweeteners to...

Bad Cheese, Good Cheese - It's all about money

Bad Cheese, Good Cheese - It's all about money

It’s not everyday two stories about cheese come across the feed but here we go, and together, they serve to illustrate differences in thinking about economics or at least how food is presented to consumers in terms of money. In the United States, there’s A.N.D. the Academy of Nutrition and...

Crusta Moves

Crusta Moves

Alcohol archaeologists have worked hard to uncover old recipes that our great grand daddies used to drink and some shocking revelations lurk within the histories of Drink. What we know to be a cocktail didn’t originally cover all hard alcohol drinks, only some of them. In addition, drinking a fancy...

E.U. Table oil law rocks the boat

E.U. Table oil law rocks the boat

Much has been made of the decision to flatly outlaw certain olive oils European restaurants provided on tables for customers. Germany simply called it ‘silly.’ The olive oil bottles are widely held as an icon of dining, comfort, family and provides a romantic staple not only for visitors from abroad,...

5 w.o. English Shepard farm hand

5 w.o. English Shepard farm hand

En route to joining the company of FoodNewsie, Sadie, pictured here at five weeks in some farm hands is a good example of an English Shepard. After a little trip to Moose Manor Farms LLC and a name change, she’ll become a different kind of farm hand, guarding ducks...

Some Geese Have Curly Feathers

Some Geese Have Curly Feathers

A lot of stories go around about how frightful geese can be. Indeed, a goose or two on a farm makes for a watchdog better than the watchdog on the farm. Getting to know a goose better stops it from being defensive of the flock or land it calls home....

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