Suburban Foraging: Two Families Eat Only Local




PeanutButterCookies
Catie and Louis Catacalos enjoy peanut butter cookies made from scratch with local ingredients.
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CatieandPeggy
Catie Catacalos is learning how to find local food (pictured here at the Riverdale Farmers Market with Peggy Harris of Harris Orchard).
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RyeBread
Kristi’s home-baked, 100% whole rye bread, made with sourdough rye starter.
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GreenUprising
Michael and Allegra Foley of Green Uprising Farm at the Riverdale Farmers Market in Maryland.
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Dinner
The end-of-experiment feast. From left to right: Renee Brooks Catacalos, Bernd Janzen, David Navari, Alex Navari, Kim Schmidt, Damon Catacalos and Catie Catacalos.
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RagoutPolenta
A fresh meal made from all local ingredients: Renee’s sausage ragout and polenta and Kristi’s homegrown edamame.
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Feast
Kristi and Renee’s end-of-experiment local food feast included fresh crudite; stew of pastured chicken; dragon tongue beans; shitake mushrooms and red peppers; and roasted blue potatoes and courge longue de Nice squash. Even the wine and flowers were from Maryland!
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ProduceEatLocal
One week’s share of produce and eggs from Even’ Star Farm in Lexington Park, Md.
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ClaraJanzen
Clara Janzen uses local farm-fresh ingredients for a breakfast of "Eggs in Tomatoes."
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PancakeBreakfast
Local breakfast: spelt pancakes, fresh melons and bacon from Cibola Farms.
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