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My Little Buttercup

Now that my garden is coming to a close for the fall, I’m finding myself turn to the kitchen more, puttering around the stove while I contemplate what I’d like to add to my vegetable garden next year so that I can enjoy more of it this time of year. For some reason when the days get shorter I’m even more . . . → Read More: My Little Buttercup

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Feast for a Frost Day Celebration

Finally Frost Day has arrived!! I’ve been eagerly awaiting it for the last couple of weeks, a little bit envious of some of the colder areas of the country. I know it came because I awoke to a garden filled with shrivelled up foliage, signaling the end of a fantastic garden year. Over the last couple of weeks . . . → Read More: Feast for a Frost Day Celebration

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Raw Sauce: How to End Canning Guilt Once and for All – Featured Elsewhere

Tomatoes are a newbie gardener’s best friend. Plants with generous yields give you a lot of room to experiment in the kitchen. This is one of my favorite summer recipes, Raw Sauce: How to End Canning Guilt Once and for All. Leave an insightful comment on that article, and fill out this form for a chance . . . → Read More: Raw Sauce: How to End Canning Guilt Once and for All – Featured Elsewhere

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What Tomatoes Teach Us About Slowing Down

By the end of my work week, I look forward to some time off. No conference calls, no computers. With hands on hips, I’m able to take a moment in the garden to catch my breath. Surveying my vegetable garden, I’m pleased with how well my tomatoes are doing. For some people, . . . → Read More: What Tomatoes Teach Us About Slowing Down

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