|10 tips for a sustainable Thanksgiving|
Civil Eats - 11/23/2010.By Sarah Newman – Since I started this holiday tips tradition a few years ago, the sustainable food movement continues to transform fields of corn, soy and CAFOs to more verdant, bountiful lands filled with organic produce, heirloom greens and pasture-raised livestock.
|Cookies sure to please pumpkin fans|
Bangor Daily News - 11/23/2010.By Sandy Oliver – What else can a person do with cooked pumpkin? Of course, there are pumpkin breads and pumpkin muffins and pumpkin doughnuts at the bakeries, and I think I have even spotted pumpkin whoopie pies. Nancy-Linn Ellis from Stockton Springs, proprietor of Maine Temptations, sent along this pumpkin cookie recipe.
|Former jail readies for new role in community|
Kennebec Journal - 11/22/2010.By Doug Harlow – Skowhegan: A metal smith has his eye on the overnight “drunk tank” at the old county jail downtown. A knitter is fixing up a retail area next to the jail’s former command center. Pottery is being made in an area corrections officials used call the sally port, where prisoners were brought for booking and processing.
|Our disappearing apples|
The Atlantic - 11/22/2010.By Ed Yowell – It has been a long time since our European forebears brought forth on this continent the apple, the fruit we have come to regard as quintessentially American. In fact, apples first got here from their native Kazakhstan via Western Europe in the 17th century.