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The PescoVegetarian Times is Myrna Greenfield’s blog about the joys and challenges of being a fish-eating vegetarian trying to eat fresh, local, healthy and delicious food.

9 Responses to About

  1. Lod says:

    Lookin’ good, Mod!

  2. Hey, Myrna … I want to add your excellent blog to Boston.com’s New England Blog Network, under Food, Drink, and Restaurants … do you have an RSS feed?

  3. claudia says:

    Hi Myrna,

    I am writing a report, and I saw you have covered the Boston Food Festival in your blog. Could you please let me know what is the average viewers that your web site have? The data could be by day, week, month, etc.
    Thank you
    Claudia

  4. P.K. Newby says:

    Hi Myrna~ Really great meeting you at last night’s All Local event – great blog here. We have a lot in common! I was mentioning last night about my recent oyster post given we were eating oysters, The link is below in case of interest. Cheers, PK

    http://blog.pknewby.com/2012/03/13/oysters-local-sustainable-delicious-nutritious/

  5. Eric says:

    Hello. We’re a vendor at the new Newton’s Indoor Farmers’ Market. The Newton Farmers’ Market has been around for 20 years, but this is the first year of the indoor winter market.

    The farmers’ market is at the Hyde Community Center, which is located at 90 Lincoln Street in Newton Highlands. It takes place on Tuesdays, from 1:30 pm – 6:00 pm. Among the foods sold are apples, fish from the waters around Massachusetts, assorted vegetables grown hydroponically and in greenhouses, maple syrup products, locally made cheeses and kettle corn. All the vendors at the market are from Massachusetts.

    We sell kettle corn, which is popped on the day of the market. We and the other vendors would appreciate a mention of the market on your blog. If you have the time to come down to the market, we’d be happy to give you a free bag of kettle corn.

    Here is a link to a video of the market:
    http://youtu.be/KWOCHxzUG14

    To find out more about us and our experience at the market, visit our website at:
    http://www.wickeddelicious.com

    Thanks,
    Eric Bickernicks
    Velma’s “Wicked Delicious” Kettle Corn

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