• Issue of
  • Jul 5-11, 2012
  • Vol. 16, No. 27




Food & Drink



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  • Tour De France - Stage 9

    Today's time trail produced some expected results and some big surprises as well. The GC battle took shape this weekend in the mountains, and today's ITT confirmed the strength of Team Sky and it's leader, Bradley Wiggins.
  • Fava Bean and Garlic Shoot Succotash
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  • Fava Bean and Garlic Shoot Succotash

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  • Everyone Loves Kale Chips
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  • Everyone Loves Kale Chips

    0 false 18 pt 18 pt 0 0 false false false Not long ago, I asked my editor, Erin, what she thought about kale. Her reply was that it was the only thing in her CSA box that she doesn’t cook.
  • Off Piste
  • Tour De France - Stage 5

    The Gorilla won his second stage in as many days, winning a rather uneventful long day of racing in northern France. Yesterday, Greipel's win had a little asterisk next to it due to a late crash taking out world champion Mark Canvandish.
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  • Tour De France - Stage 7

    Wow, what a great races today! Now that we are done with the hectic first week of the tour we can get down to the real GC battle! Chris Froome won the first summit finish of this tour, and that is no small matter.  It may be that Bradley Wiggins' (picked by many to win the tour) biggest challenge will come from his own teammate.

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