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Brew Genius: Understanding the art of brewing 28.11.2010 Vail Colorado: Editorials
Editor's note: Brew Genius, an annual feature we run every winter, profiles some of the homebrewers competing at this years Big Beers, Belgians and Barleywine Festival. The 11th annual festival takes place Jan. 6-8 at the Vail Cascade Resort & Spa. For more information on the event, visit www.bigbeersfestival.com or call High Point Brewing at 970-524-1092. 1. Vail Daily: From a style and/or technique standpoint, where did you start? Where are you now? Darrell Maudlin: I started homebrewing after I received a simple partial grain kit as a Christmas gift from my father. I brewed a pale ale and I was surprised how easy it was to brew. After brewing several partial-grain batches, I decided to upgrade to an all-grain system. Now I brew about once a month and don't restrict myself to any particular style. Danielle is not a beer brewer, but she does make hard cider a few times per year. 2. VD: Where do you brew? How many beers do you have cellaring at any given time? DM: My brewery i ...
Grasslands Preserve the Lonely Prairie 28.11.2010 Truthout - All Articles

West from Sioux Falls, hundreds of miles of rolling South Dakota corn eventually morph into one of this country’s largest remaining national grasslands, a portion of what is now the North American continent’s largest endangered ecosystem.

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Orissa Maoists blow up ambulance, 5 killed 28.11.2010 New Kerala: World News
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Delhi deputy speaker's vehicle stolen 28.11.2010 New Kerala: World News
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Four injured fighting blaze in Delhi's Chandni Chowk 28.11.2010 New Kerala: World News
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Senate set to vote on rigorous food safety bill 28.11.2010 SFGate: Top Stories
Senate set to vote on rigorous food safety bill
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Putnam Dining Carmel: Cuisine in Flux? Yes. But Don’t Change It All! 27.11.2010 NY Times: NY Region
The cuisine at the Blackboard Bistro in Carmel, N.Y., is undergoing a transformation, but the chefs should keep serving the many items they do well.

Easy to grow blueberries are seldom bothered by pests 27.11.2010 Seattle Times: Top stories
The Gardener Within: Joe Lamp'l, host of PBS' "Growing a Greener World," offers tips on growing blueberries.
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Colorado tackles medical marijuana safety, potency regulations 27.11.2010 Seattle Times: Health
Colorado is working toward becoming the first state to regulate production of medical marijuana. Regulators say pot consumers deserve to know what they're smoking.
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Colorado weighs difficulties of pot regulations 26.11.2010 AP Top News
DENVER (AP) -- What's in that joint, and how can you be sure it's safe?...
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Colorado weighs difficulties of pot regulations 26.11.2010 Seattle Times: Top stories
What's in that joint, and how can you be sure it's safe?
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Colorado mulls difficulties of pot rules 26.11.2010 Boston Globe: Latest
Colorado mulls difficulties of pot rules
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Colorado seeks to regulate medical pot production, but rules are hard to come by 26.11.2010 Star Tribune: Nation
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Wadena bistro puts local food on the menu, when in season 26.11.2010 Minnesota Public Radio: Business
Harvest Thyme Bistro in Wadena has a simple message for its customers: fresh food in season tastes better, and it's healthier.
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Gourmet dog biscuits inspired by Lucky dog 26.11.2010 San Jose Mercury News: Breaking News
By John SammonWatsonville -- When the bottom dropped out of his landscape contracting business because of a sour economy, Ron Borden knew it was time to do something else, but what?
Whole Foods Marks 30th Anniversary 25.11.2010 NPR: Morning Edition
The home of hydroponic arugula and hemp granola has come a long way -- from a little hippie grocery in Austin, Texas, to the nation's largest chain of natural and organic foods supermarkets. The company has 302 stores in three countries, and is traded on the Nasdaq stock exchange. But as it turns 30 years old, some wonder if the grocery chain has gotten so big that it has lost its way.
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Sweet Potatoes Step Out From Beneath the Marshmallows 25.11.2010 NY Times: Business
A Southern tradition has its incarnation as a fry to thank for its growing popularity.

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Arsenic and Tom Turkey 24.11.2010 LA Times: Commentary
Arsenic and Tom Turkey
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Aspen Skiing Co. tabs Carbondale beef 24.11.2010 Steamboat Pilot
Aspen Skiing Co.’s appetite for environmentally-friendly business practices will make its mark on the lunch plates of diners this winter. SkiCo has committed to serve Carbondale-raised, grass-fed, hormone- and antibiotic-free beef at 10 on-mountain restaurants, Jim Butchart, executive chef, mountain division, said Monday.
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A do-it-yourself Thanksgiving 24.11.2010 Twincities.com: News
Imagine having 32 people for Thanksgiving and preparing a meal without a single store-bought ingredient except salt.
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