crop mobs (started in North Carolina and now popping up at a farm near you), grills across the world, and a British woman who found Jesus -- in her gum! But that's not all.
What else did we do this week?
That's it for this week. Have a great weekend. Eat something good.
Took the March Restaurant Roll Call.
Previewed Ozzie Smith's new downtown venture.
Chef Clara Moore shared a Curried Squash and Sweet Potato Soup recipe.
Looked at the reopened Stellina Pasta Cafe.
Don't forget the Monroe County Sheep and Craft Festival this weekend!
Visited the first Maplewood Farmers' Market of the year.
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