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arshi commented on Make Your Own Hot Sauce
homemade hot pepper sauce

Tabasco sauce is the brand name for a hot pepper sauce produced in Avery Island, Louisiana.  You...

Mary Ellen Bonelli asked a question 
I am trying to grow basil and parsely inside (from seeds) and they are very weak and leggy and seem to have stopped growing, what do I need to do to get them to be strong and flourish? I have them in a sunny window; but it is winter here, do I need a flourecent light or a warmer spot?
david e kelley commented on Alice Campbell - status 1125018884
neighbors with small children have had fun the past few summers planting spuds and pulling corn, competing with 'coons and squishing tomato worms!
david e kelley commented on mrbobpowell question
Hi Folks, I have a question about appropriate ground cover around some raised beds.
david e kelley commented on The Family Food Garden - status 480221297
I planted a pecan tree in my front lawn 6 years ago. Yesterday I noticed something near the top. A pecan, the first and only one. I split it with my wife. Delicious, I can't wait till next year.
The Family Food Garden posted a status update 
I planted a pecan tree in my front lawn 6 years ago. Yesterday I noticed something near the top. A pecan, the first and only one. I split it with my wife. Delicious, I can't wait till next year.
mrbobpowell asked a question 
Hi Folks, I have a question about appropriate ground cover around some raised beds.
Roger Doiron commented on Alice Campbell - status 1125018884
neighbors with small children have had fun the past few summers planting spuds and pulling corn, competing with 'coons and squishing tomato worms!
Janzepho commented on Alice Campbell - status 1125018884
neighbors with small children have had fun the past few summers planting spuds and pulling corn, competing with 'coons and squishing tomato worms!
Janzepho posted a status update 
Looking forward to a break in the drought and a wonderful growing season for 2013.

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