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JUNE 2018

From Our Kitchen: Lemon-Blueberry Layer Cake

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Go on a blueberry-picking excursion with the kids, then use your spoils in this beautifully tender, refreshing cake. The sweet blueberries temper the vibrant lemon zest, and the light, fluffy cream cheese frosting adds just the right amount of tang. Serves 10-12 Ingredients: Cake 1 cup unsalted butter, at room temperature 1¼ cups granulated sugar ½ cup packed dark brown sugar 4 large eggs, at room temperature 1 tablespoon pure vanilla extract 3 cups sifted all-purpose flour 1 tablespoon baking...


One-on-One with a SAGE Team Member: Kevin Borelli

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Kevin Borelli, Chef at The MacDuffie School in Granby, MA, has been in food service since 1979, and with SAGE since 1991. Here, Kevin talks about his long history in food service, his leadership strategy, and what keeps him happy in work and at home. How did you become interested in food service? I was originally interested in mechanics, so I went to a trade school. When I saw all the baked goods in the culinary arts program [at the...


On Our Shelves: Bee Wilson’s Consider the Fork

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Food writer Bee Wilson’s 2012 Consider the Fork: A History of How We Cook and Eat is a playful, fact-packed, and unabashedly scholarly narrative about the evolution of our culinary tools. Feminist by subject and presentation, the text is unafraid to find interest in the domestic and traditionally female task of preparing food. Wilson begins by reminding us that “every age has its technology.” Stone or sous vide, every new invention enables another, creating new problems to be overcome...


Locally Sourced: Liberty Delight Farms

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In honor of Liberty Delight’s 10th anniversary, we’re celebrating our partnership. We’re proud to offer their meats at several MD schools and the SAGE Home Office. Liberty Delight, a natural livestock farm in Reisterstown, MD, was founded by Shane Hughes in 2008, right at the start of the buy-local movement. It’s grown from one man to a 15-person staff, and from only beef to include rabbit, pork, chicken, turkey, and lamb. Surrounded by natural preserve, the 100-acre farm has six...


Locally Sourced: Q&A with Liberty Delight’s Shane & Lauren

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Following up on our post from Tuesday about SAGE's partnership with Liberty Delight, we talk with livestock farmer Shane and his partner and marketing guru Lauren about their circuitous paths to the farm, their day-to-day life, and how they keep their animals happy. Shane, how did you come to the farm? I grew up on a small farm in Carroll County, MD. I was your typical kid growing up on the farm, and getting to play with the animals. I was...


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