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Monday, January 25, 2010

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I just placed my Irv and Shelley's order. I ordered produce, eggs, cheese, meat and some of the Tomoato Mountain prepared tomoato sauces and purees. Very exciting!

Watching Food Inc. changed the way we eat here too. We are currently (3 weeks in) ordering our veggies, fruits, meats, and diary (and some other stuff) from Irv and Shelly's Fresh Picks. They deliver to our door, once a week--and the delivery fee is cheaper than Peapod. Check them out! All organic and they do their best to send you local, but obviously it's not all local in the winter. We are very happy.

@dsfss | I'm not exactly sure what to do with this comment. Technically, these are blog posts, not traditional articles. The intent of this blog is to offer my personal insight to my following and (from the feedback I receive) they enjoy that aspect of it. Many of my posts are completely about me, my family and my experiences and those are listed under "musings". I also have product reviews (labeled "What the Fuss?") and commentary on various topics (labeled "debatable"). If I don't inject myself into the "commentary" posts, then I'm basically regurgitating or retweeting content that's already out there.

Still, your point is taken - just not sure what I'm going to do with it. :)

Not trying to be mean btw. :(

I wish you'd talk less about yourself in your articles... it's annoying, because your articles actually have good points, but I really couldn't care less about your personal life...

I am pleased to report that more and more local, organic choices are popping up each time I log in to Peapod. The organic meat we usually order is raised in Wheeling, IL. hey now also have grass fed beef. Yay!

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