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At our house, May means the pollen is gone and it's time to spruce up the house as much as the gardens. Outside, we wash windows, using a long-handled squeegee on windows too tall to reach and crumpled newspaper instead of paper towels on easy-reach...
Mother's Day is just a week away and people everywhere are struggling to think of the right gift. For the right price, of course. The holiday presents a dilemma for a cheapster. You want to spend just enough to show mom you love her, and not a penny...
Q. Three peach trees in my yard are all showing various stages of growth, from flowering to just a few leaves. One also has a shoot coming from near the soil. Why such a difference? A. Most likely the peach trees are different varieties and each has a...
Tags: Chemical Industry, Fertilizer
Sweet! The kids are coming home for Mother's Day weekend. I'll do the grocery shopping, and they'll cook (well, one meal anyway). They plan on making Sunday brunch — our family's favorite. However, these young adults stay out late on Saturday...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Butter, Salt, Mother's Day, Onions
ReutersBy Caroline Stauffer and Silvio Cascione SALTO, Brazil, May 3 (Reuters) - Brazil, an up-and-coming agricultural superpower with abundant fertile land, is struggling to provide consistently affordable food for its population. To understand how,...
ReutersSALTO, Brazil (Reuters) - Brazil, an up-and-coming agricultural superpower with abundant fertile land, is struggling to provide consistently affordable food for its population. To understand how, consider the tomato. Prices of the red fruit shot up...
George's, the restaurant at the Wyndham Peabody Court Hotel in Mount Vernon, is a sleeper. It hasn't completely shrugged off its hotel-amenity feeling, but it's getting there. George's is making an effort to reach out. There's a good sampling on the...
Tags: Blue Cheese, Potato Chips, Mount Vernon, Mussels, Breads
If there's one thing gardeners like to share more than tomatoes, it's tips. And nobody has more of those than folks who think about gardening all day long, whose inboxes fill with gardening information and who talk to experts constantly. Now that spring...
Tags: Lettuce, Lifestyle and Leisure, Hobbies, Strawberries, Gardening
firstname.lastname@example.orgThis recipe features another farmer for the Farmers Market of the Ozarks. Quickly Produce Farm grows amazing hydroponic tomatoes, which will be available throughout the summer. This recipe is delicious and healthy. 1 yellow onion, sliced 1/4 inch...
EntreeBlue cheese and slow-cooked onions turn a grilled portobello into an indulgent portobello burger. Ruby port, a sweet fortified wine, gives extra depth of flavor to the caramelized onions. Blue Cheese Portobello Burgers Serves 4. Active Time: 1 hour...
Tags: Hamburgers, Recipes, Nutrition, Blue Cheese, Healthy Diet
Los Angeles TimesDear SOS: I recently visited the beautiful little town of Capitola, next to Santa Cruz on the California coast. Gayle's Bakery & Rosticceria is a special place. Along with mouth-watering baked goods, I enjoyed two delicious dishes: a kale and quinoa salad...
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