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April 2013 E-Newsletter: Oh Honey!

By Jen Risley (April 29, 2013)
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NEWSLETTER          FARM PROFILES          EVENTS          RECIPES          & MORE!
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April 2013  
LINKING FARMS, FOOD, and YOU
Oh Honey!
We move from March’s Maple Syrup to focusing on another sweet locally-made liquid this month – honey!  Are you a beekeeper?  Please share your photos with us via email or on Facebook.

Book Giveaway

Congratulations to Emerald! She won a free copy of The Dirty Life from last month’s raffle. This month, we’re giving away the DVD Queen of the Sun, a documentary about the mysterious world of the beehive.  You can watch the trailer here.

Want to enter this raffle?
  You’ve just entered by opening this e-newsletter.  We’ll select, at random, one winner from our contacts each month.Find out who the winner is next month — and which book we’re giving away in our May e-newsletter.

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Know Your Farmers: Cutting Farm, West Springfield

Spending time listening to this couple tell of the wonders of the honey bee is fascinating, all right, but beware. The tale they weave is compelling, so much so you may catch the passion and the urge to become a beekeeper yourself. More, once you grasp the partnerships in a hive, chances are not remote you’ll actually gain considerable insight into the complexities of human community living.

From Farm to Kitchen: Honey Apple Bran Muffins
Split muffins, spread them with butter, and broil just until cut side is slightly crispy (about two minutes) for a breakfast treat. Or, use the crumbs as a filling for baked apples and top with a bit of brown sugar or New Hampshire maple syrup before baking.


Try this Recipe:

Honey Apple Bran Muffins

Mooving Up the Locavore Index
By Lorraine Merrill, Commissioner,
From the Weekly Market Bulletin

The news in this year’s Locavore Index announcement was New Hampshire’s leap up 10 places, moving from 13th last year to third in the 2013 index.

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From Monadnock Ledger Transcript: Rosaly’s Garden and Farmstand founder reflects on the past four decades

 

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Featured Event:

Local Wine & Cheese Tasting Event
Saturday
April 27, 4 – 6pm
Acworth Village Store
Try honey wine and other local treats.  Cost: $10. Tickets are limited and available at the Village Store or call 603-835-6547.
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