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Lettuce

  1. the dish
    Is Hemp the Next Kale?At Norman, the young lettuces salad features the highly unusual green.
  2. shortages
    The British Are Panicking Because Supermarkets Have Started Rationing VegetablesBad weather has caused a shortage of lettuce, zucchini, eggplant, and broccoli.
  3. The Future
    An Astronaut Finally Ate Space Lettuce and He’s Totally FineEasily the most groundbreaking greens-related news of this generation.
  4. The Future
    NASA Is Running Farm-to-Table Lettuce Experiments in SpaceThey want to make space lettuce “a palatable, nutritious, and safe source of fresh food.”
  5. Slideshow
    The Twelve Most Egregiously Stupid Fast-Food Employee MishapsSeriously, who takes a bath at a Burger King?
  6. Mediavore
    Guns Exchanged for Groceries; Justice Sought for Zubumba OwnerFamily is upset that Monica Beresford-Redmen’s killer has not been found, while over $200,000 in grocery credit is traded for old guns.
  7. Mediavore
    Vampire Fish Terrorizing the Lake; Lettuce Recall in 23 StatesPlus: Gordon Ramsey is sued again, Emeril Lagasse developing a cooking show pilot, and residents along the Gulf Coast stock up on fish.
  8. Mediavore
    Sous Vide Is Made Simple; Sushi Robots RiseA Tokyo company releases new sushi-making robots and a sous vide machine is produced for the home kitchen.
  9. At the Greenmarket
    Peas Roll In, and Tomatoes Are Better Than They Have a Right to Be It feels like the first week of camp at the market, as we check out which of our friends from last summer are back and how they look this year. A few weeks later than usual, some of the most popular warm-weather farmers, like Keith’s Organics and Eckerton Hill, have returned, with tables already full and lots more to come. It’s going to be a good summer, we can just feel it.
  10. At the Greenmarket
    Getting Fresh With Extra-Local Lettuce and Immature EggsThere’s already lovely salad to be had, and farms south of the city are beginning to pull up the first shoots of green garlic and chives; farmers upstate report that early crops will be harvested the moment the ground warms up enough.