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Savory for Winter Dishes

Savory for Winter Dishes

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I’ve been discussing the robust herbs for warming winter dishes in my blogs for January and part of February and Savory is my last, but not least entry. I believe that savory is an underused...

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When is Corn Ready to Pick?

When is Corn Ready to Pick?

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How can you tell when your corn is ripe to harvest? First, look at the top ear on your corn plant. The top ear is always the first to ripen.

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What is a Food Desert?

What is a Food Desert?

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It may have never have crossed your mind that some cities don't have grocery stores. They have "convenience stores" - and that's not the same thing at all.

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Rabbit Manure in the Garden

Rabbit Manure in the Garden

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Anyone who comes within a few yards of my garden is forced to discuss rabbit poop and its many gardening benefits - whether they want to or not. I'm determined to spread the bunny-gospel.

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Canned Vegetable Seeds a Thrifty Idea

Canned Vegetable Seeds a Thrifty Idea

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One-gallon cans of jumbo-sized packets of garden seeds can be a thrifty alternative for home gardeners who plant large gardens. Each large can contains 16 different veggie favorites and gives new meaning to “canned vegetables.”

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Garden Planning for Cooks and Foodies

Garden Planning for Cooks and Foodies

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Planning your garden around a meal or style of cooking can give you a season full of perfect and affordable ingredients.

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Video: How to Start Seeds

Video: How to Start Seeds

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This video will show you how to start plants from seeds successfully. Seed starting is easy, and I used this method to grow several thousand plants lasts year.Related video: How to Transplant...

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How to Grow Cilantro and Coriander

How to Grow Cilantro and Coriander

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Cilantro (Chinese parsley) may resemble its namesake, but it's not the wall flower that parsley is in the garden.

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QUESTION: A Vegetable Garden near a Septic Leach Field

QUESTION: A Vegetable Garden near a Septic Leach Field

Is it a good idea? Will raised beds help?

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Growing Potatoes

Growing Potatoes

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Potatoes in containers, potatoes in the ground, potatoes in the kitchen. Plant some this spring, for a bountiful harvest that will keep for months.

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Broccoli Rabe: The Other Broccoli

Broccoli Rabe: The Other Broccoli

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Watch for this unheralded vegetable in the coming growing season, it's one that's catching on.

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Thyme, a Robust Herb of Many Uses

Thyme, a Robust Herb of Many Uses

Thyme is an herb of Mediterranean origin. It is useful in all kinds of dishes from appetizers to desserts and goes well with seasonal winter produce as well as grains, beans, nuts, as well as meat, fish and fowl.

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Garden Supplies On The Cheap: Your Home Edition

Garden Supplies On The Cheap: Your Home Edition

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Here's a cool list of garden supplies you may not know you had at home.

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Garden Planning

Garden Planning

Tips and suggestions for creating a beautiful and functional edible landscape.

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Pickled Ginger is Sweet and Spicy Condiment

Pickled Ginger is Sweet and Spicy Condiment

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Pickled ginger is familiar to sushi and sashimi fans because it helps cleanse the palate between servings and extinguish the wasabi fire. Pickling is just one way to use this versatile root.

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Rosemary:  A Robust Herb of Winter

Rosemary: A Robust Herb of Winter

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The bracing scent of rosemary brightens our mood and our cooking. Best of all, rosemary is an easy herb to grow and maintain. It can be wintered over indoors in cold climates.

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5 Reasons You Should Grow a Vegetable Garden

5 Reasons You Should Grow a Vegetable Garden

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If you have never grown a vegetable garden before, then 2010 is the year you should start. A month or so ago, you may have been busy writing down those resolutions that you want to accomplish in the...

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Add Some Spice to Your Life

Add Some Spice to Your Life

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Until you’ve experienced the pleasure of growing sweet red peppers and then grinding the dried pods into fresh paprika, you won’t know what you’ve been missing. One whiff of fresh paprika and you’ll never want to buy grocery store paprika again.

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Tomato Trivia, Your Health,  And George Clooney

Tomato Trivia, Your Health, And George Clooney

It just so happens, by happy coincidence, all three of these topics actually intersect; at least in this post.

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All in the family

All in the family

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This article is about a Seed Savers publication, the Yearbook, that provides a place to exchange treasured family heirloom seeds.

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