Unlocking the Secrets of Celeriac

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By Himanee Gupta-Carlson   Saratoga winters are harsh. It’s cold. The snow keeps coming. We can play in the fresh drifts and warm ourselves by the fire. But ultimately the taste buds start crying for something crunchy, tangy, and fresh. Celeriac might be the salve. This beige, knobby root vegetable typically makes its appearance at […]

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Farmers’ Market is Local to the Core

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By Himanee Gupta-Carlson   It’s 8 a.m. on a Saturday. Saratoga Springs is waking up, smelling the coffee and contemplating the day. Meanwhile, at High Rock Park, farmers are arriving from Milton, Ballston Lake, Argyle, Fort Edward, Salem and elsewhere. Within an hour they will create a space that represents local, food, farming and community […]

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Cultivate Your Sensual Side with Garlic

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By Himanee Gupta-Carlson   Now that the stars of summer – tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplants – are starting to exit the Saratoga Farmers’ Market stalls, it’s time to turn attention to one of our area’s more sensually spicy offerings: garlic. Garlic is typically planted in mid-October after some frosts but before the ground has frozen. It […]

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