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Miss Lady Bug
Posted on: Jun 13, 2012

Want to delight your guests at the breakfast table?

Miss Lady Bug
Posted on: Jun 5, 2012

My friends love this herb butter and so do I.  It's made with fresh dill and real butter.

This is for my friends who have been inquiring about cooking sunflower heads.  Apparently, the taste compares to that of an artichoke heart but with an added earthy flavor.  Braising sunflowers is new to me and it has definitely piqued my interest.
Miss Lady Bug
Posted on: Jun 5, 2012

This is for my friends who have been inquiring about cooking sunflower heads.

bstanfield
Posted on: Jun 1, 2012

My Aunt Karen has made this pie for years. It's a favourite in the family.

Roger Doiron
Posted on: Jun 1, 2012

Planting three rhubarb plants a few years back initially seemed like too much, but now that we've

Heather Nauta
Posted on: May 31, 2012

There are lots of things you can do to add flavor to your cooking, but one that I've found to mak

grilled potatoes with zucchini and Basil
rvisser
Posted on: Apr 27, 2012

May all be fed.
May all be healed.
May all be loved.

Jayne
Posted on: Mar 28, 2012

I make this for breakfast.  It is a great way to start the day!

zuni
Posted on: Mar 25, 2012

Leaves, root, flowers, fruit

Roger Doiron
Posted on: Feb 24, 2012

One drawback to serving cabbage raw is that it can be too crunchy for some people’s tastes.

Roger Doiron
Posted on: Dec 29, 2011

As we all know from past embarrassing moments, there's no red deeper than beet red.

Tina Marie Comroe
Posted on: Dec 18, 2011

Although this is a pickled garlic recipe, the instructions can be used to pickle any vegetable!

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