Eating Well

Perfect Local Picnic Recipes

July 2, 2013

While we unfurl our flags and stock up on fireworks for the upcoming Fourth of July, we’re also busy trying to figure out what to feed the family and hopefully, how to keep it healthy. Fortunately, picnic fare presents plenty of opportunities for healthy, and locally grown, options. Following are a few recipes for in season produce as well as where...Read More



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