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To everything there is a season, or so it is said. And that includes grilling. Not that you won't venture out on a cooler evening to barbecue some chicken, but autumn is here — almost — and the desire to dine al fresco is waning along with the...
Tags: Summer Squash, Garlic, Salt, Cinnamon, Tortillas
Two popular and successful farmers markets, in South Pasadena and Westwood, are in the process of replacing the veteran managers who helped build them. Greta Dunlap, a star among managers, helped establish the South Pasadena farmers market in 1999,...
I planted a hibiscus shrub that gets flowers the size of a dinner plate. I've had the plant for three years. This year, it is much bigger and loaded with buds. I was so excited until I noticed the buds are yellowing and something's eating the leaves....
For a vision from a century ago, when farms covered Los Angeles County, there's no better time machine than Blum Ranch in Acton, southwest of Palmdale. Just off the 14 freeway, about an hour north of downtown, its 40 acres of peach and pear orchards are...
Tags: Sports, Productivity, Farms, Flying Disc, Peaches
The Beverly Glen farmers market, which had a soft opening last Saturday at the Glen Centre shopping mall just south of Mulholland Drive, revives an event that debuted 11 years ago. That version folded due to a lack of parking, but the reincarnation offers...
The Dish - Orlando SentinelPears and cheese go together like Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers — classic, elegant and smooth. For a showstopper appetizer at fall parties, let these two tango on top of a pizza crust. Bartlett pears will provide a subtle, sweet contrast to...
The art of charcuterie is thousands of years old, with its origins dating back to Roman times. With a newly modern approach to meat making it possible to find cured meats that are well made, and even healthy, charcuterie has become increasingly popular....
Tags: Wines, Almonds, Spain, Alcoholic Beverages, Cheese
email@example.comA row of mid-20th-century wind-up clocks. A stack of old books. Something hidden under a draped, pink cloth. Rows and rows of disposable coffee shop cups. A mound of marshmallows. Marshmallows? These are a handful of the subjects portrayed in an exhibit...
Banish boring Back-to-School Lunches! There’s more to kid-friendly fruits and vegetables than just baby carrots and bananas. Try making simple, easy – and colorful – Dips and Salsas filled with vegetables, fruits and all those...
Tags: Cheese Corn, Kidney Beans, Recipes, Apples, Carrots
Meetings Sunday, June 3 Petoskey Duplicate Bridge Club meets at 1:30 p.m. on Sundays at 2144 Cemetery Road, Petoskey (behind Lowe's). All players welcome. Visit www.petoskeybridgeclub.com or call (231) 881-0829 for information. Monday, June 4 Harbor...
Lehigh Valley Master GardenersToday’s blog is about pears, and it comes from Cedar Crest Nutrition Intern Toni. Pears are available year round and each type of pear is in season at different times. Most pears grown in the United States are the following......
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