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From Paprika Seeds to Paprikash

From Paprika Seeds to Paprikash

It’s satisfying to have an idea in January, start seeds in March and help a plant flourish. It’s even more satisfying to turn that fruit into a dish for a special fall dinner.

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Freezer Tips for Fresh Produce

Freezer Tips for Fresh Produce

Instead of canning, here are some easy methods for freezing some of your end-of-the season fruits and vegetables. A few minutes spent freezing now, means garden-fresh meals in the middle of winter.

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Eight Great Tomatoes from 2018

Eight Great Tomatoes from 2018

What were the top tomatoes in your vegetable garden this season? Here are the eight great varieties that made this summer especially tomatoey for me.

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Celebrate the Foods, Plants and Folkways of the Southern United States

Celebrate the Foods, Plants and Folkways of the Southern United States

We are gearing up for the 29th Annual Herb Harvest Fall Festival 2018 and Lavish Herbal Feast 6 PM October 4, 2018.The Herb Harvest Fall Festival Workshop is October 5 & 6, 2018 and we will be celebrating the Culinary, Medicinal and Gardening Traditions of the Southern United States, South of U.S. Highway 40. You won't want to miss this event!

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Herb Harvest Fall Festival featuring the Southern U.S.

Herb Harvest Fall Festival featuring the Southern U.S.

Gearing up for the Herb Harvest Fall Festival at the Ozark Folk Center. This year we are highlighting the foods of the Southern United States--south of historic U.S. 40. Here is a sneak preview of a classic buttermilk pie--infused with herbal flavors.

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Lowcountry Cooking

Lowcountry Cooking

For my upcoming program "Exploring Traditional Southern Foods and Lowcountry Cooking" at the Ozark Folk Center, I took a trip to the lowcountry in South Carolina--here are some of the foods that were tasted--and what you have to look forward to for the Herb Harvest Fall Festival.

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Ripe Mad Hatter Peppers Top Off Season

Ripe Mad Hatter Peppers Top Off Season

The Mad Hatter peppers are red, ripe and ready to enjoy. These sweet peppers are perfect for small-space vegetable gardeners or gardens with short seasons.

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