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Month: July 2017

Rock Them Bells

Rock Them Bells

Eat your vegetables! My poor mother. To this day she will tell you that as a kid I was a picky eater. As often as not, this led to a battle of wills at the dinner table, as I would push food around my plate […]

Summer Lasagna with a Twist!

Summer Lasagna with a Twist!

My first year of “serious” gardening I didn’t actually know what I was doing. Yes, I knew how to plant and care for my garden, but I had no idea about a) how much to plant and b) the importance of harvesting in a timely […]

Lemons are Green

Lemons are Green

I’ve been meaning to write about this for a while now, but I generally get waylaid by some new recipe or amazing vegetable in season, that the topic of cleaning gets pushed to the back burner, so to speak. Today, however, I’m exercising a bit […]

Chickened Out? Liven it up with Fresh Sage and Lemon!

Chickened Out? Liven it up with Fresh Sage and Lemon!

When I was growing up, we ate chicken a lot. A LOT. My dad used to joke that if my mother could find enough ways to prepare it, we’d have chicken 365 days a year. He wasn’t far off and she was very good and […]

Eat your Hat – with Garlic Scape Pesto

Eat your Hat – with Garlic Scape Pesto

If you’re not familiar with garlic scapes, now’s the time! Garlic scapes are the flower bud of the garlic plant and are removed by growers to encourage growth of the bulb. Rather than waste these tasty stalks by discarding them to the compost heap, you […]


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