CONTENTS WINTER 2008/09 page 32
2 GRIST FOR THE MILL
4 TIDBITES
By Kathleen Mackintosh
6 EDIBLE GARDENING
It Makes for a Happy Psyche
By Hamutal Dotan
10 FOOD ROOTS
Macaroni and Cheese
By Liz Driver
12 MAPLE SYRUP
Ontario’s Liquid Gold
By Amy Grigg
16 THE ISSUE OF RAW MILK –
AND CURDLED POLITICS

By Michael Schmidt
18 THE TIMES THEY ARE A-CHANGIN’
By Deb Cripps
20 MARVELLOUS EDIBLES
By Sheryl Kirby
22 THE ARTISANAL GARDEN
Turnips and Rutabagas
By David Cohlmeyer
24 COOKING WITH THE SEASONS
Greenhouse Tomatoes
Storing Apples for Winter
By Carmen Everest Wahl
30 KARMA AND THE BIG CARROT
These Co-ops have Come a Long Way
By Kat Tancock
32 SOLANUM TUBEROSUM
The Indispensable Spud
By Dagmar Baur
35 PLACE... AND TIME
Two Hundred Years of Family History in Pelham, Ontario
By Daniel Speck
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38 TORONTO’S
LOCAL-FOOD PROCUREMENT POLICY

Walking the Talk... One Step at a Time
By Steven Biggs
41 URBAN FARMING IN TORONTO
As Envisaged by Michael Ableman
By Judith Finlayson
44 USING THE WHOLE ANIMAL
Defining a Body Politic
By Ryan Donovan
46 THE BOOK NOOK
Rose Murray’s Taste of Canada
By Lea Zeltserman
47 FARMERS’ MARKET DIRECTORY
48 ADVERTISER DIRECTORY
  COVER
(STORY ON PAGE 32)
Andre Livingston harvesting potatoes at Rockcliffe Community Garden
Photo by Laura Berman
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