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Are you ready for Easter Sunday? Today on my blog, OrlandoSentinel.com/thedish, look for creative holiday brunch ideas and more in the kitchen. But first, let's dish: Take a break with your kids. Specialty farm markets are a great outdoor experience for...
You can stop and smell the roses at the Epcot International Flower & Garden Festival this year … and then take a swig of blueberry wine. For the first time, Disney World is giving food and beverage quality time in the spotlight at the theme park'...
Tags: Feta Cheese, Gardens and Parks, Festive Events, Travel, Salads
It looks as if it's going to be an early spring. Loquats began ripening toward the end of January, a good month ahead of normal, and the mulberry trees in our yard are flush with fruit. Blueberries are also ripening earlier than usual. Although that's one...
Q. A local garden center has really nice-looking maple trees. Is this a good time to plant them or should I wait until spring? Also, should I improve the soil? A. Secure a couple of those good-looking maple trees for your yard if you can provide adequate...
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You know that fruits, vegetables, whole grains are good for you, but some foods have been shown to be standouts for lowering problems linked to aging. You might want to include more of these on your shopping list: "Brainberries": That's the nickname Dr....
I first thought about sharing my recipes last winter. When I would post some pictures of my cooking on Facebook ... it seemed to motivate people who weren't eating right, to get to the grocery store and get cooking. Let's be honest, we are all busy and...
Tags: Whole Foods Market, Salt, Salads, Tomatoes, Recipes
Q. I am planning to grow blueberries in my yard and around my house. What is your advice and can I find good plants locally? A. Start this fruit production project by having your soil tested at your local University of Florida Extension office. Take...
By Kevin G. Gilbert/Staff Photographer This bluebarry latti would make an excellent option instead of a fancy calorie-dense fancy coffee. See Joe Fleischman's recipe below. You are what you eat — and drink. Ensuring that we maintain adequate...
Blueberries are an antioxidant-rich food and probably the easiest fruit to prepare and serve. There's no peeling, pitting, coring or cutting. Just rinse, eat and enjoy. Blueberries are low in fat, sodium-free and a good source of both fiber and vitamin...
New York was a rough town, dense with debris and muggers. I learned this from young-adult novels in which thugs roamed the island, terrorizing kittens. So I was circumspect about my first visit, at 14. My older brother and I took a taxi from the airport;...
Tags: Almonds, Butter, Ricotta Cheese, Cheese
By Melissa Tewes Special to The Herald-Mail Your mother always told you that breakfast was the most important meal of the day. As usual, Mom was right. There are many physical and mental benefits to eating breakfast every day. Many documented...
Tags: Omelets, Peaches, Vitamin A, Salt, Vitamin B2
Kathy Van Mullekom: Monrovia's new Sunshine Blue blueberry makes a perfect plant for any garden in Hampton RoadsA Daily Press photographer and I toured the elegantly expanded Anderson's Home and Garden Showplace this week and there's one plant there everyone should have in their yard. Monrovia's new Sunshine Blue blueberry is a four-season shrub that gives you hot...
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