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A Sage Way to Delicious Dining

A Sage Way to Delicious Dining

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Since medieval times, garden-grown sage has soothed digestive troubles, cured coughs and treated sore throats. It also makes one delicious herbed stuffing for the holidays.

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A Stir-Fry Garden

A Stir-Fry Garden

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You probably don't grow rice or ginger or make your own tofu, but you can grow a lot of veggies that are perfect for stir-frying.

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Sorghum and the Making of Sweet Syrup

Sorghum and the Making of Sweet Syrup

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Sweet sorghum syrup, also referred to as sorghum molasses, sorgho, or sorgo, is made by boiling the sweet juice of the sorghum cane. Since it contains iron, calcium, and potassium, sorghum is good for you--unlike other liquid sweeteners like high fructose corn syrup.

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Video: How to Make a Moisturizing Herbal Balm

Video: How to Make a Moisturizing Herbal Balm

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Here's how to make an herbal moisturizing lip or hand balm using dried herbs from your garden.

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Grow Herbs Indoors this Winter

Grow Herbs Indoors this Winter

Some gardeners grow a fall garden outdoors, some plant an eclectic group of flowers and veggies in a heated greenhouse, and others plant an herb garden indoors. Then there are those of us die-hards that practice all of the above in determined to feed the plant addiction year-round.

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Farewell to the Summer Harvest Season--Fall is Here!

Farewell to the Summer Harvest Season--Fall is Here!

Gone are the bright blue skies of autumn, when one looks up through a dazzling palette of colored leaves against the sky. Lime green, bright yellow, golden, orange, red, mahogany, and brown leaves...

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The Best of the Fall-Harvest Apples

The Best of the Fall-Harvest Apples

You just can't get the whole pie baking experience from the inside of a box on the freezer isle. No, the true affair of pie baking is an event.

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Stuffed Squash Blossoms: Need a better recipe

Stuffed Squash Blossoms: Need a better recipe

Stuffing and frying squash blossoms is a lot of work and mine were kind of bland. Do you have a better recipe to share?

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Crabapple Pie is a Labor of Love

Crabapple Pie is a Labor of Love

This year, the crabapples did not go to waste, thanks to an old Yankee Cookbook recipe.

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Video: How to Make Grape Blueberry Jelly

Video: How to Make Grape Blueberry Jelly

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Watch my video about making Grape Blueberry Jelly and canning it for later use.

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Getting Familiar with My Irish Roots

Getting Familiar with My Irish Roots

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Happy autumnal equinox! Inspired by the cuisine of Ireland and their prodigious use of root vegetables, I am ready to start roasting them in the oven and making soups.

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Pumpkins: Beyond Halloween

Pumpkins: Beyond Halloween

Everyone likes to carve pumpkins for Halloween. Pumpkins also make great eating. If you can grow squash, you can grow pumpkins. Get suggestions for growing and using them.

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Companion Planting: Three Sisters Garden Update

Companion Planting: Three Sisters Garden Update

My three sisters garden doesn't just look pretty, we actually ate from it. Watch the video to see the harvest.

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Grow Sprouts for the Perfect Indoor Crop

Grow Sprouts for the Perfect Indoor Crop

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Whether you're new to gardening, a budding homesteader, or a die-hard farmer there's no need to wait for nice weather to grow food crops - grow sprouts!

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How to get your kids to eat salad!

How to get your kids to eat salad!

This has been my first year of serious vegetable gardening, and it has been SO much fun.  I never realized how rewarding it is to plant a seed, and watch it grow and produce such beautiful...

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Video: How to Harvest Soybeans (Edamame)

Video: How to Harvest Soybeans (Edamame)

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Soybeans, or edamame, are widely known for their health benefits. They are also pretty tasty and often found on the menu at Japanese restaurants. When you're harvesting soybeans, look toward the bottom of the plant first. The lower pods tend to ripen faster than the pods at the top. Ripe soybeans will appear large and plump in their shells.

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Red Hot! How to Harvest, Dry and Store Mature Red Chiles

Red Hot! How to Harvest, Dry and Store Mature Red Chiles

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Woohoo! Chile season is in full swing and you should be harvesting and preserving those red, ripe fruits from your garden or buying them at the farmers' markets. Let Susan, an admitted aficionado of...

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Roast Your Own Sunflower Seeds

Roast Your Own Sunflower Seeds

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Here's how to harvest and roast your own sunflower seeds from your garden.

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Herbal Libations

Herbal Libations

Gather your herbal bounty to make mouthwatering herb syrups that can be used in cooling cocktails or drizzled over summer fruits or shortcakes. These scrumptious flavor-packed syrups can be refrigerated to have on hand or they can be frozen so that you can enjoy them year round.

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Video: Harvesting, Part 3

Video: Harvesting, Part 3

I grow so much in my garden. You can too.

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