There’s a farmer in New Jersey who grows remarkable heritage varieties of cranberries. Johanna Kolodny wants to reach her. The farmer doesn’t have e-mail, however, and her new cell phone doesn’t deliver voice messages. It just lets her know the phone numbers of people who called. “She calls you back if she wants to,” said Kolodny, who recently was hired by Print, a new restaurant in New York’s Ink 48 hotel, as the on-staff forager. Kolodny doesn’t actually do ...
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