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  • Meet the maker: The pumpkin man, Farmer John Muller

     
    Meet Your Maker: Farmer John Muller and his Giant Atlantic Pumpkins from krista simmons on Vimeo. Giant patches of citrus-colored globes line the 15-mile stretch of Highway 1 just south of San Francisco. Hay bales stacked high as pyramids conceal clusters...
  • 'Top Chef: Las Vegas': A winner is served

     
    V is for Voltaggio victory, but not the brother we think a lot of you were rooting for.Top Chef's finale tonight threw us a curveball -- the winner was Michael Voltaggio, this season's bad boy, beat out his brother, the......
  • On the market: Putting down roots near community gardens

     
    With the first day of spring looming next Saturday, some homeowners are starting to plan vegetable gardens. But community gardeners like Van Nuys resident David Ringger, 70, board president of the 22-acre Van Nuys Airport Garden Club, have already sprung....
  • Garden Planted And Almost Growing

     
    Central Florida gardeners can not put off planting the warm season garden much longer.  Even though it is a bit cool still  we all know the warm to hot weather is just around the corner.  Tomatoes need some time to grow plants and then set th...
  • Picking green gardens: Backyard harvesting grows popular

     
    Ignoring his aching back, Todd Lininger squatted down on his knees and inched his way around the vegetable field. The yields were up on three arugula plants. A snail crawled in the row of lettuce. And it looked like the onions might be ready for that...
  • Frank Frazetta and Frank Miller set records with original artwork sales

     
    Let's be Frank -- there are few investments better than comic-book or fantasy original artwork, especially if the signature on the bottom is Frazetta or Miller. That was proved with two recent sales: Frank Frazetta’s original 1955 artwork for Weird........
  • Garden is Up and Growing

     
    Hopefully your garden is up and growing too. But this fall I got a late start due to my recent trip. Maybe it is good the weather has been hot as it has pushed the plantings along. The seed were up in 4 to 5 days instead of two weeks like they were in the...
  • Awkward! Obama, en route to help Joe Sestak, runs into Arlen Specter, then loads up on junk food

     
    Don't tell Michelle, but Obama buys two cheesesteak sandwiches, plus an ice cream cone....
  • Make-ahead Thanksgiving recipes take stress out the holiday

     
    We are at T-minus three days and counting to Turkey Day, boys and girls. There is no turning back. The clock has started, the relatives are on the way, and there is a hunk of poultry having a sleepover in your freezer. Let's run through a few basics for...
  • Reality check: Thanksgiving turkey and the trimmings on a tight schedule

     
    The clock is ticking. Are you ready for a Thanksgiving feast? Between work, regular household activities and guests-are-coming house cleaning you could spit cranberries right now. Here are great shortcuts from the Orlando Sentinel test kitchen that will...
  • Containers can put vegetables and herbs right outside your door

    Containers can put vegetables and herbs right outside your door
    A fresh, sweet strawberry is always a treat. But it's even sweeter when you grow it yourself."It's so fun to go pick strawberries off the pot for breakfast in the morning," says Jennifer Brennan, horticulture information specialist at the Chalet Nursery &...