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Picnic-Ready Dressings and Pickles – The New York Times

Some picnic-worthy accouterments have just been introduced by familiar grocery store brands. After growing salad greens for over 20 years, Satur Farms, in Cutchogue, N.Y., has introduced vinaigrette-style dressings created by Eberhard Müller, an owner and a chef. Each of four varieties (spicy Asian, citrus, honey-balsamic and white truffle) comes …

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Just Add Peaches – The New York Times

Stephen and Jessica Rose couldn’t find juicy, fragrant fresh peaches in Nashville, where they settled as newlyweds, so they did something about it. In 2012 the couple bought bushels of peaches — Mr. Rose is from Fort Valley, Ga., and was familiar with Pearson Farm there — loaded the fruit …

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Furniture Was a Savior. Then It Was a Handicap.

HIGH POINT, N.C. — On a recent evening, the Rockers were getting ready for a professional baseball game at BB&T Point, the new multipurpose stadium in High Point, a small city about 90 miles west of Raleigh. On a bulldozed lot just behind the giant scoreboard, a developer was preparing …

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saving Chrysler, buying Jeep, minivans

Lee Iacocca transformed the auto industry during a career that stretched from the birth of the Ford Mustang through the death of American Motors. The automobile icon, best known as “Lee,” died on Tuesday at the age of 94. According to his longtime colleague Bob Lutz, who worked with Iacocca …

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