In the Kitchen

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Growing Lettuce in Winter

Growing Lettuce in Winter

Starting lettuce in winter was successful for us. We transplanted it into a raised bed inside our unheated greenhouse. We covered the raised bed in a low tunnel as well, we then snaked a heating...

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Harvesting and Cooking Heart of Gold Squash

Harvesting and Cooking Heart of Gold Squash

Magicland Farms, my family's fruit and vegetable farm. http://youtube.com/magiclandfarms http://www.magiclandfarms.com/   Music by This Is Our Storyline, "Siberia"

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How to Freeze Broccoli

How to Freeze Broccoli

Learn how to both prep and blanch broccoli to freeze and keep all winter long. Rebekah from the Sabbath Supper blog shows you step-by-step! Video was filmed, edited, and narrated by Rebekah Fox from...

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The Health Benefits of the Potatoes you are Growing in your Backyard garden

The Health Benefits of the Potatoes you are Growing in your Backyard garden

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Who doesn't love to eat potatoes? Whether you are making grandma's aged old casserole dish, mashing up a sweet potato recipe, or simply making a baked potato, there are limitless choices to what you...

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Edible Plants: Can I Eat It?

Edible Plants: Can I Eat It?

Newbie gardeners, Ari and Emma are hungry and wish to know what is edible in the garden they are working in. Lucky for them, they are in a garden designed by Shirley Bovshow who leads them on a tour...

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Cocktail Gardening: Grow Mint, Basil and Cilantro for Popular Drinks!

Cocktail Gardening: Grow Mint, Basil and Cilantro for Popular Drinks!

Learn how to grow popular cocktail gardening herbs, mint, basil and cilantro in containers. Garden expert Shirley Bovshow teaches new gardeners, Ari and Emma how to create a stacked mint container...

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Culantro

"Culantro"

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"Culantro" is a widely used herb in the Central Americas.      I checked here on "Vegetable Gardener" and did not see anything  listed for this wonderful flavored...

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All About Apples

All About Apples

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Apples are the quintessential fall fruit, and whatever your taste, there's an apple for you. Read on for links to information about selecting apple varieties, planting and training apple trees, controlling apple pests, and creating delicious apple recipes.

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Live in the North Carolina Piedmont? Come to the Tomato Tasting 7/23!

Guilford County Cooperative Extension, the Extension Master Gardener Volunteers, and North Carolina A&T State University invite EVERYONE to attend the Second Annual Tomato Tasting Event July 23...

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Saving onions and garlic

Every year I grow too many green onions, onions, scallions and garlic.  I give away a lot to prevent spoilage as you can eat only so many of these yummies before you run out of money buying...

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Homegrown / Homemade Video Series

Homegrown / Homemade Video Series

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A gardener and a cook team up to plant, maintain, harvest, store, and cook a variety of popular vegetables, including peas, arugula, and potatoes.

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Braiding Garlic

Braiding Garlic

Learn how to braid garlic in this step by step video with Christy Wilhelmi of Gardenerd.com. 

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Why does mushroom compost work so well in the Spring beds

Why does mushroom compost work so well in the Spring beds

Roots need air, spaces for their roots to grow, and moisture, and nutrients to be able to meet the needs of a growing healthy plant. Mushroom compost aids these needs along in a very clever...

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Garden World Report: A Retiree Designs the Smiley Childrens Garden in Ohio!

Garden World Report: "A Retiree Designs the Smiley Children's Garden in Ohio!"

Some people do their best work during their "career years." Not so with Ohio Master Gardener, Louise Hartwig. An avid gardener, Louise Hartwig set off to accomplish her best work as a gardener during...

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Inspired by Pizza Sauce

Inspired by Pizza Sauce

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The first time I tasted Mrs. Pike’s homemade pizza sauce, I knew we had made the right decision.  My uncle’s neighbors frequently bring him homemade food and fresh vegetables from...

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Planting for a Snack Attack

Planting for a Snack Attack

The Best Snacks on EarthA major player in the potato chip biz boasts it “grows the best snacks on earth,” but I have to disagree. The best snacks on earth are grown in my...

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Appreciation

Appreciation

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To all

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A Simple Supper, Straight from the Garden

A Simple Supper, Straight from the Garden

What's for dinner? Whatever's ripe.

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My first salad of the season

My first salad of the season

I got a late start this year, but finally I was able to make my first homegrown spring salad.

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First Salads of the Season

First Salads of the Season

No lettuce? No problem. You can still make a tasty salad out of early greens.

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