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suedreiling
Posted on: Oct 9, 2010

Tonight's dinner was a Savory Fall Stew.

Barbara Damrosch
Posted on: Oct 6, 2010

I never knew it had a name.

Allotmentmanyork
Posted on: Oct 6, 2010

This year i have grown

Roxanne Sukol
Posted on: Oct 5, 2010

My daughter (pictured above), now two years out of college, is working at a new community garden

suedreiling
Posted on: Oct 4, 2010

I love eating them straight from the tree, but I have been looking for different fig recipes...

suedreiling
Posted on: Oct 4, 2010

I have been enjoying the harvest and the volunteers in my compost bin.

Roger Doiron
Posted on: Oct 4, 2010

In a world that seems to be brimming with bad news, kitchen gardens continue to the good news st

Oregon Coast Ga...
Posted on: Oct 2, 2010

After a long wet spring (longer and wetter than usual), we in western Oregon have seen most summ

AromaCucina
Posted on: Sep 29, 2010

It started out as a strange season and it stayed that way.  A cold wet spring, followed by a few

Africanaussie
Posted on: Sep 27, 2010

I am slowly realising that the wet season in the tropics is a totally different season to anywhe

Vegetable Vagabond
Posted on: Sep 21, 2010

Making use of what you have... and everyone has weeds!

Salma
Posted on: Sep 21, 2010

I am really moved by the tremendous response I am receiving by members of Kitchen gardener  to h

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