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Corner the market

Starting with farm-fresh vegetables makes summertime cooking easy and flavorful

By Jonathan Levitt
Globe Correspondent / July 23, 2008

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It's late July and the farmers' markets are flush. For a month or more, growers have been picking a ripe cherry tomato here and a green bean there, but only for their own tables. Now there's finally enough to pack the bushel baskets and drive them to market. From now on, the produce just gets better and better - until ... (Full article: 581 words)

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