Early in 2017 Seedy Nutty journeys to Israel and to cousin Ria’s home kitchen in Tivon, near Haifa. That’s where Ria made the original original Seedy Nutty back in 2011 that I tasted at our family Passover Seder. I’ll return to the United States the first week of March. But don’t worry, while I am gone, Seedy Nutty remains on the shelves at the American Film Institute in Silver Spring, at Grosvenor’s Market in Rockville and at Whole Foods Market in Pentagon City Mall in Arlington. And, when you’re at the Market, pick up a copy of Bethesda magazine’s January/February best of Bethesda issue. Seedy Nutty is featured in the Dine/Table Talk section.
Seedy Nutty on a family trip to Israel in 2011. It wasn't until she wrote an article about the Crossroads Community Farmers Market, that she realized that she could make a go of the business and set up a stand in September 2015. You can meet Rosanne at the market most Wednesdays from May through November.
In her other life Rosanne is a freelance writer and was a long-time science and environmental reporter for Voice of America.
She is currently a fellow with GreenFaith, a coalition of faith communities worldwide that have come together to advocate for action on climate change.