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September 21st, 2014
Last Updated At 05:15:10 PST

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Sep 19th, 2014 at 15:00 PM
  Dirty Girl’s famous dry-farmed tomatoes are almost gone, two months early. Photo: Good Eggs/Colin Price Drought Dispatch is an ongoing series tracking how the California drought is affecting food in the Bay Area in both expected and unexpected ways. A week ago, Dirty Girl Produce sent out an email to customers that set many on edge: Thanks to the drought, the Santa Cruz farm’s famous dry-farmed tomatoes were going to be in short supply. “We are looking at only 2-3 more weeks of tomato season with a little trickle of fruit after that,” the message warned. Owner Joe Schirmer confirmed via telephone that the growing season for his eight acres of tomatoes, which normally stretches into November, was just about over.  Schirmer planted in two waves: One. . .
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Sep 19th, 2014 at 15:00 PM
Have you ever heard of a Shandy? It’s a cocktail that is a combination of beer and lemonade and it’s never really appealed to me. Probably due to that beer part since I’m not much of a beer drinker. Still, when Hornitas crafted a cocktail just for our Denver Broncos, I was. . .
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Sep 19th, 2014 at 14:54 PM
Inside Scoop Around the World, 9/19
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Sep 19th, 2014 at 14:12 PM
A couple of years ago I made a macaroni and cheese to take to a barbecue in Villiers-Louis, France, deep country.  I made this casserole in a sort of can’t be bothered way but the French loved it!  I used 3 different French cheeses. . .
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