Now that spring is well and truly here, I can't wait for local produce to appear in the farmers' markets. In New England, that moment is still many weeks away, sadly, but at least now it seems possible -- unlike in the winter, when the farmers' markets I frequent show off piles of dirty snow, not heirloom tomatoes. I love to make and eat salad, so while I while away the weeks waiting for local tomatoes, cucumbers, and lettuce, I am inventing new salad dressings. Get fresh with me. I wasn't always so adept. For many, many years, I was …
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Roz Cummins is a food writer who has worked in every possible permutation of food co-op, natural foods store, and granola-type restaurant. She lives in the greater Boston area and feels it is her mission to put the "eco" back in home economy.
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