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Roundup: Research, taxes, crops, wine

September 15th, 2008 · No Comments · Eating out, Food in the news, local food, Roundup

Despite appearances, I haven’t fallen off the edge of the earth. Here are some Kansas food items to get me back on the blog program.

Defense and counter-defense. Kansas Bioscience Authority president Tom Thornton explains the authority’s support for the National Bio- and Agro-defense Facility (NBAF) in Kansas. (Cattle Network). Meanwhile, a group called No NBAF in Kansas has started a website,

Kansas food tax. Yep, we pay sales tax on food here in Kansas, unlike residents of many other states. A libertarian state Senate candidate would like to change that. (Lawrence Journal-World)

Kansas sesame. K-State researchers are looking at sesame seeds as a potential crop for the state’s drier regions. (K-State News)

Local bounty. Lawrence local-food experimenter recounts celebratory dinner. (Lawrence J-W)

Fruit of the vine. Eudora vineyard owners learn winemaking and patience. (Lawrence J-W).

Feeding the researchers. Agribiz giant Cargill donates $120,000 to Kansas State University to pay for three graduate assistants to study meat science, muscle development and food safety. (Wichita Business Journal)


Hot off the blogosphere: Angler’s Seafood House restaurant now open in Lawrence and promising use of sustainable seafood. (Pitch’s Fat City blog)

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