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Flip through any children's coloring book, and the images depicting autumn will be guaranteed to contain falling leaves, acorns and pumpkins. Acorns are one

The wines of Slovenia are being rediscovered after Slovenia's emergence from the old Yugoslavia, and there are now pockets of excellent vineyards all over

Cattails have been described as the grocery store of the wild because every part of the plant is edible. During the growing season, three

Farmers markets are everywhere. Thanks to a rapid expansion in recent years, there are more than 8,000 farmers markets in the U.S., making it

Let's say you bought some Cabernet Sauvignon vines from a local nursery to plant a vineyard. You decided on Cabernet because you determined that

Back in 2000, Los Angeles native Samantha O'Keefe took a major chance on a winemaking career and an untested wine region when she purchased