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The Ultimate In Salty And Sweet Olive And Fig Tapanade

Olive and Fig Tapanade

Do you like the combination of salty a sweet? The addictive combination is incredibly popular for a reason. There is research to show that there are certain sweet taste receptors on our tongues that are activated only when sodium is also present. Whatever the reason, sweet and salty are SO FREAKING GOOD TOGETHER! While I’m not adverse to salted caramel …

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Decorative Garlic Braids With Herbs For Decoration

How to Braid Garlic

Local author, speaker, and organic gardening expert, Carolyn Herriot, joins us today with this wonderful fall project from her book, The …

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BBQ Planter Medium

Spotted: BBQ Turned Planter

On a recent trip to the island, I happened by this BBQ planted up with pretty annuals right at the …

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Hens and Chicks in Vintage Silver Dinnerware

Vintage Silver Planters

Using a collection of silver pots and some colourful succulents, this weekend project is whole lot of vintage with a healthy dose …

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DIY Wasp Trap From A Recycled Bottle

Super Simple DIY Wasp Trap

If wasps and yellow jackets are driving you bananas while trying to enjoy a meal outdoors then you will love …

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Tarragon Pickled beets

Tarragon Pickled Beets

Here is a small batch of pickled red beets that will be gone in a flash. If you choose to …

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Artichoke Close Up Medium

Steamed Artichoke with Caper Mayo Dip

How could I have so quickly forgotten in my Harvest Monday post this week about my Green Globe artichoke?!  Sorry old …

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    The Homemade Dog Cookies That Makes Dogs Go Squirrley

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    Pucker Up With This Tropical Citrus Lip Gloss Recipe

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