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Food and travel

Food stand evolves into local gathering place

Margie Baldwin opened How on Earth, with meals to go and local produce, with her husband, Michael, two years ago. Margie Baldwin opened How on Earth, with meals to go and local produce, with her husband, Michael, two years ago. (Matthew J. Lee/Globe Staff)
By M.E. Malone
Globe Correspondent / December 23, 2009

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MATTAPOISETT - During the height of the season here, Silver Queen corn and heirloom tomatoes practically jump from the fields into the car and guarantee a sumptuous supper. In the darkest days of winter, the region is quieter and access to farm fresh products becomes a lot more challenging. (Full article: 648 words)

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