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Small farms band together to grow their connections to consumers who hunger for local food

Small producers are looking for ways to get their locally produced food products into the kitchens of hungry consumers. A food hub for distribution and collection is in the works for 2016. In the meantime, several food entrepreneurs are forging their own models.

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Lentils, rich in fiber and protein, make a nutritious summer salad

Although lentils’ their exact origin is unknown, various cultures, including the Middle East and India, use its the many colorful varieties types of lentils as a meat alternative. For The Star’s Summer Lentil Salad, we’re especially fond of the earthy taste of French green lentils (Le Puy), but they can be a tad tricky to track down, requiring a trip to a specialty stores.

L.L. Bean sets November opening in Leawood

L.L. Bean plans a 15,000-square-foot store in Town Center Crossing. It will take the former Charming Charlie space and part of the former Z Gallerie space. Charming Charlie has temporarily relocated in Town Center Crossing and Z Gallerie temporarily relocated to sister center Town Center Plaza.

Lentils, rich in fiber and protein, make a nutritious summer salad

Although lentils’ their exact origin is unknown, various cultures, including the Middle East and India, use its the many colorful varieties types of lentils as a meat alternative. For The Star’s Summer Lentil Salad, we’re especially fond of the earthy taste of French green lentils (Le Puy), but they can be a tad tricky to track down, requiring a trip to a specialty stores.

L.L. Bean sets November opening in Leawood

L.L. Bean plans a 15,000-square-foot store in Town Center Crossing. It will take the former Charming Charlie space and part of the former Z Gallerie space. Charming Charlie has temporarily relocated in Town Center Crossing and Z Gallerie temporarily relocated to sister center Town Center Plaza.

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Lentils, rich in fiber and protein, make a nutritious summer salad

Although lentils’ their exact origin is unknown, various cultures, including the Middle East and India, use its the many colorful varieties types of lentils as a meat alternative. For The Star’s Summer Lentil Salad, we’re especially fond of the earthy taste of French green lentils (Le Puy), but they can be a tad tricky to track down, requiring a trip to a specialty stores.