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Food52 Acquires Real Time Farms

We are thrilled to announce that Real Time Farms has been acquired by Food52. We’re delighted that a company dedicated to helping people become better, smarter, happier home cooks has made a safe home for Real Time Farms. (Like Food52 … Continue reading

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Real Time Farms Joins Food52 in New Partnership

We are happy to announce that our team is joining Food52 to work towards a shared vision of community building and sustainable eating. Having recently won the James Beard Award for Publication of the Year, Food52 is a pioneer among … Continue reading

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Food Warrior Interns Step Away From Their Cameras (Briefly) and Into the Kitchen!

Last week, our Food Warriors got together and cooked dinners using the produce and meat from some of their favorite local producers. Food Warrior dinner galas were held in Atlanta, Austin, San Francisco, Oahu, Tampa Bay and Western Massachusetts. Click … Continue reading

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Have You Tried: Working with a Sourdough Starter?

For the past couple of months, I’ve been busy taking care of a baby. No, not that kind of baby (not yet anyway) – a sourdough baby! A friend of mine was kind enough to share some of her sourdough … Continue reading

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Savor the Season: Acorn Squash

The Real Time Farms Headquarters had a plump acorn squash from Brines Farm (hurray for cold storage for extending what’s in season!) lying around, just begging to become something delicious. As I mentioned recently, I’m quite enamored with Yotam Ottolenghi’s … Continue reading

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Have You Tried: A Pomegranate?

Pomegranates are tasty fruits, and the edible part is actually the pulp-encompassed seeds. In the United States they are mainly grown in warmer places like California, so they are a treat that I don’t often buy for myself. Luckily though … Continue reading

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Have You Tried: a Black Radish?

I’d never tried a black radish before, in fact, I thought it was a beet upon first glance at the farmers market. The friendly folks at Garden Works quickly set me straight though, and mentioned that it was a good … Continue reading

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