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Learn about the newest Ark of Taste product, the Bradford Watermelon. http://youtu.be/ljFJJ4kcNqU The Bradford Watermelon Story – Mind of a Chefwww.youtube.comDr. David Shields from the Carolina Gold Rice Foundation tells the story of the Bradford Watermelon.
Woah… We're going to have fresh scallops this week. #loveourfoodshed
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"In order to find delicious ingredients, I had to find people capable of producing them, in a clean environment. That's why I started working with products of the Amazon, a region three times bigger then Europe.
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Unique food traditions can be tied to a culture’s history, language and even transportation! In Mali, dried jujube fruits are ground into a flour used in the production of oufer, a type of unleavened bread that keeps throughout the year. Oufer looks like a thick pancake with a hole in the middle, or can be attached to a forked stick, so that it can be hung from a camel's saddle with a cord or belt during transport!