HIGH SUMMER 2013 TABLE OF CONTENTS

4 AT THE TABLE
6 CONTRIBUTORS
8 TIDBITS
12 IN SEASON
14 HEALTH: SPROUTS
16 THE YOUNG FARMER DIARIES
18 ON THE TREE
Why New Jersey peaches may
be the best you’ll ever eat
26 GROWN WILD
29 THE CONTROVERSIAL CROP
New Jersey’s fi rst medical-marijuana dispensary is open for business; hemp farming is still outlawed, for now
33 DEATH OF A CHICKEN
Notes from a poultry-slaughtering workshop
34 OLD AND NEW
Merchants keep the 65-year-old Trenton farmers’ market fresh
40 SUMMIT GETS LOCALER
One of the state’s most popular farmers’ market is ready to expand
43 FARMERS’ MARKET GUIDE
48 FESTIVAL OF FARMERS’ MARKETS
50 AGAINST THE GRAIN
A woman farmer makes the leap into raising grass-fed beef
54 TO GROW A FARMER
At Duke Farms, bridging the gap between land and the landless
58 EATING IN COLLINGSWOOD
From the farmers’ market to Haddon Avenue, a culinary destination
64 ASK A NEW JERSEYAN
A conversation with Jim Walsh of Food and Water Watch
67 HOME SEASONING
Ethnic barbeque is one of New Jersey’s
best-kept secrets
70 EJ FOR KIDS: Squash
74 ADVERTISER DIRECTORY
80 LAST BITE

RECIPES

22 Fresh Peach Mostarda
52 Beef à la Mode
  Pepper Pot of Braised Tullamore
Farms Short Ribs
  Tullamore Farms Golden Mayonnaise

COVER: Peaches at Circle M Fruit Farm;
photograph by Aleksey Moryakov

THIS PAGE: The Trenton Farmers’ Market with flowers from DeFiccio’s Pineland Farms stand; photograph by Guy Ambrosino

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