Farmers markets without fear

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Dooley_Minnesotas coverNaptime beckoned, and I had just one more email to write before I could answer its call. A few more words, then done — my email to author Beth Dooley sent, and I closed my laptop, rolled over, and closed my eyes as Blythe snoozed nearby. My email echoed in my ears as I nodded off… then I groaned, rolled over, and opened the laptop again.

I had just written (to a writer!) that one of her recipes “peaked” my interest.

(It should have been “piqued.”)

But her response (“Oh geez! No worries! (I love this dialogue!)”), couldn’t have been more gracious, and her same thoughtfulness is evident in her new cookbook, Minnesota’s Bounty: The Farmers Market Cookbook (University of Minnesota Press, photos by Mette Nielsen).

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