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It’s Apian

Nature’s unrecognized workers

March 7, 2013
By JEFF TOME - For Jamestown Audubon , The Times Observer

Food is one of the most universal comforts. Certain tastes take me back in time. The taste of sour cherries or raspberries always makes me think of my grandmother. She had gardens and cherry trees and a giant raspberry patch. My tongue easily takes me back to those long, slow summer days of picking cherries or raspberries, the sound of the creek running nearby and that indescribable combination of smells, tastes, sounds and feelings that make up my memory of a childhood summer.



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