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Meg Colleran pulls together an entirely local three-course menu.
Plus: Sheila Lukins passes away; a new locavore cookbook
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A slideshow visit to the farmer's market with a chef on a buying mission.
Plus: school lunch reform; competition for McDonald's
Plus: A possible sugar shortage; food giants covering the cost of climate change
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A preview of the magazine's picks for the best in America.
New York wants to follow in Chicago's 'green food resolution' footsteps. But what did Chicago do, exactly?
Just because it's sold at the greenmarket doesn't mean your produce is organic.