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Miss Lady Bug
Posted on: Aug 8, 2012

Preserved limes have a sour and salty taste which lends great flavor to pork, chicken, soups, ste

pfrollin
Posted on: Aug 4, 2012

Starting my day again with a hardy super-easy breakfast soup: 1.5 cups of this week's homemade ch

Miss Lady Bug
Posted on: Aug 3, 2012

This chocolate garden cake is a sweet way to use some zucchini and carrots from the garden.

Roger Doiron
Posted on: Aug 2, 2012

You can help KGI win a grant for $5000 for school and community gardens by voting for our entry i

Roger Doiron
Posted on: Aug 2, 2012

You can help KGI win a grant for $5000 for school and community gardens by voting for our e

pfrollin
Posted on: Jul 31, 2012

So many ways to make good bone broth.

antonis
Posted on: Jul 28, 2012

Now look what's going on in Europe:

smilinggardener
Posted on: Jul 27, 2012

Hi everyone!

K9FindM
Posted on: Jul 27, 2012

OK - don't get me wrong, my husband has farmed in the past and also worked a dairy farm and took

pfrollin
Posted on: Jul 26, 2012

I'm a busy Silicon Valley mom who also likes to grow veggies, eat real food, and support sustaina

pfrollin
Posted on: Jul 26, 2012

OK, I'm fine with eating Kale Chips straight. My 10yo son is not. He loves them

Peter
Posted on: Jul 24, 2012

The best way to eat your surplus of summer squash is the simplest.

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