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Home Grown: Gagetown Fruit Farm

gagetown.jpgWhen Matthew Estabrooks' parents decided to retire, he took over the family farm with his partner Heather Rhymes. Chefs by trade, the young couple decided to branch out a bit, making soups and other items to sell at the farmers' market and even opening a restaurant on the farm! Heather Rhymes tells us all about Gagetown Fruit Farm on this week's episode of Home Grown.

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