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News For Week of September 1, 2014

PERFECT STRAWBERRIES FOR WAFFLES (Monday, September 1): This week it happens to be National Waffle Week. Oh, the Marks brothers love their waffles, and what do they top them with? Well they like a little maple syrup, but they also like some sliced Strawberries that I will slice up for them. Take a look at these gorgeous Strawberries, oh my goodness. Probably one of the first things you're going to notice is they're a little bit smaller. Yeah, they tend to be a little bit sma

News For Week of August 25, 2014

BERRIES ARE THE SHINING JEWLES (Monday, August 25): Hey, Rachael Ray turns 48, the little, tiny jewel of the food industry, right? Well, I have the little, tiny jewels of the Produce Department. Take a look at these, this is time of year, I love this. Oh, my goodness gracious. I open up these Blackberries, my eyes got quite large. You know why? Come really close, I want to show you something. Do you see all these little

News For Week of August 18, 2014

BEST CHERRIES OF THE SEASON (Monday, August 18):   Have you ever heard of the Okanagan Valley? It is a very, very important valley. In fact, get out your world atlas, and you go up to British Columbia ‑‑ that's just north of Washington State, right ‑‑ and you'll find a beautiful lake in the Okanagan Valley. That is where these beautiful Cherries are coming from right now. In fact, it says it right there: BC, British Columbia

News For Week of August 11, 2014

CIPPOLINI ONIONS ON THE GRILL (Monday, August 11): Hey, all this week we’re going to have a ton of fun. We’re talking about all the things that go on the grill, not just the hamburgers and the hot dogs and the steak, but we’re -- and the fish -- but we’re also talking about all the Produce Items that go on the grill as well. I brought these in because I love these on the grill. Some of you have seen these, maybe some of you have not. They look like little,

News For Week of August 4, 2014

BLUEBERRIES AT THE PEAK OF THE SEASON (Monday, August 4): I found my thrill on Blueberry Hill. Yes, Louis Armstrong, born this week, 1900. That wonderful song that he sang, so I thought I’d have him introduce the Blueberries today. This is peak of the season of Blueberries. I don’t know if you’ve noticed whether you go in to the Farmer’s Market or the grocery store, you’ll notice little 16-ounce package

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