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A farm stand in the city

October 4, 2006

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The spare apple green and white space of Plum Produce, the latest project of chef Barbara Lynch, has an art gallery quality. Next door to her popular Butcher Shop and quite near her B&G Oysters Ltd., Plum Produce windows display prune plums and pumpkins on Kraft paper. Stainless steel shelves hold potatoes, peppers, Brussels sprouts, and onions in wooden crates. ... (Full article: 716 words)

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