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Tag Archives | Summer 2016 Issue Highlights

2016 Craft Beer Guide

Life has never been more
effervescent for beer
drinkers in North Texas.

Thanks to a cosmic confluence of events— loosened laws, plucky entrepreneurism and an increased sophistication about artisanal goods of all kinds— Dallas-Fort Worth has birthed a local craft beer industry that keeps growing, tap by tap.…

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Land Matters

With its vast open spaces and culture of possibility, Texas cries out to young farmers. The state has a way of getting under your skin, not to mention your fingernails. But somewhere between inspiration and perspiration, you’ve got to take the practical step: find some dirt you can dig in.…

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Managing Pests

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STORY AND PHOTOGRAPHY BY MARSHALL HINSLEY

You might be tempted by an outbreak of aphids or an infestation of grasshoppers to resort to the deadliest weapons you can find at the garden center, but in fact these insecticides will only ensure that you’re locked into using them over and over as the bugs keep coming back.…

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What’s in Season: Summer 2016

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Apricots
Blackberries
Blueberries
Beans (Warm season varieties)
Corn
Cucumbers
Eggplant
Figs (late summer)
Garlic
Herbs (Warm season varieties)
Leeks
Melons (Cantaloupe, Honeydew, Israeli)
Mushrooms
Okra
Onions
Peaches
Pears
Peas (Black-Eyed, Cow Peas)
Peppers
Plums
Potatoes
Shallots
Squash
Tomatoes
Watermelon

Click here for a list of local YOU-PICK-IT farms.…

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Notable Edibles: Summer 2016

DELICIOUSLY UNREFINED

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notableDelicious2TAYLOR NICHOLSON AND ANNE HOYT, OWNERS OF UNREFINED BAKERY

STORY AND PHOTOS BY KELSI KLEMBARA

Unrefined Bakery owners Anne Hoyt and Taylor Nicholson dash about their White Rock location on a recent weekday morning. Although the rush of customers has slowed, the mother-daughter duo has not.…

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