May 2, 2011
by Jeff Quattrone
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The Plot Twist of the Mark Twain Tomatoes

In this post, The Magic in This Story’s Process, I wrote about a plot twist about Mark Twain tomatoes that presented itself: Mark Twain tomatoes – Never heard of them until I started seeking out rare tomato seeds for Vanishing Feast. I … Continue reading

April 2, 2011
by Jeff Quattrone
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Heirloom? Hybrids? Why Not Both?

A friend of mine sent me a link to this article, Heirloom Seeds or Flinty Hybrids? and it gave me some food for thought. Since this is not a blog devoted to media critiques, I’ll refrain from that. I will focus on … Continue reading

March 19, 2011
by Jeff Quattrone
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Heirloom Garden 2011, Part 2 of 2

As mention in part 1, I’m going to be growing a lot of tomato varieties, sixteen to be exact. A few more then I originally thought, but since I have a knack for growing them, I might as well work … Continue reading

March 13, 2011
by Jeff Quattrone
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The Magic in This Story’s Process

When I started writing my other blog, Magic Hat Stories (MHS) I encouraged people to look at their lives as stories, and to remember the magic and impact that stories had on them growing up. I know for myself, as an … Continue reading

January 23, 2011
by Jeff Quattrone
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A Reason Why – San Marzano Tomatoes

In a conversation with a rather astute associate of mine about the idea of Vanishing Feast, the devil’s advocate appeared, and asked me “So why is this important? A tomato is just a tomato.” It was a great question. The … Continue reading

July 1, 2010
by Jeff Quattrone
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Hello and Welcome Pepsi Refresh Visitors!

My name is Jeff Quattrone, and here’s my bio. I’m thrilled that I am in the running for a Pepsi Refresh Grant. The idea for Vanishing Feast started out organically, appropriately enough. I started a blog called Magic Hat Stories and in the … Continue reading

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