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Old 03-20-2008, 09:22 AM
 
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Several local restaurants are offering organic menus to celebrate Spring.

After reading the article in the local paper I can do the same.

Wondering what my grandfather thinks of all this. He had a small farm and grew/produced the food to feed his family before-during-after the Great Depression.

I don't think he could have enjoyed an expensive meal of 'home grown' vegetables.

Oh well---the first day of Spring is beautiful and I look forward to some good salads. The lettuce/spinach could be filled with toxic chemicals but I'll have to take my chances. The green leafy vegetables look better in the Spring.
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