Monthly Archives: July 2013

What’s at Stake?

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If Hamlet had been a gardener, his question would have been “to stake or not to stake?” As with so many gardening questions, there’s no one right answer. Your decision will vary according to the variety you grow, summer wind … Continue reading

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My Daughter, the Gardener

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  Gardening in my family is an inherited characteristic — if there’s any potential that something will grow, we stick it in the ground and fuss over it. We swap seeds, bring perennial starter plants to share whenever we go … Continue reading

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Old-Fashioned Cooking: Tapioca Pudding

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  In this modern-day-take-it-out-of-the-freezer-and shove-it-in-the-microwave world, we often lose sight of what real food tastes like. Not too surprising, when you look at the ingredient lists on most prepared foods. I figure if you can’t even pronounce half the ingredients, … Continue reading

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