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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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    Salad Bowl Gin and Tonic

    Remember our last savory gartending recipe, the Green Gargoyle? That left me drooling for more from Greg Henry, author of Savory Cocktails and this Salad Bowl Gin and Tonic. It’s just the thing to quench summer thirst. This drink feels like summer. Make it with the very …

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    I really love vintage mason jars. I’m not alone, I know. There is a universal appeal to the classic shapes and endless usefulness of these glass vessels. I prefer uniqueness in my collection, and as such I have a mishmash of shapes, styles, brands, and …

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    15 Ways to Use and Preserve Fresh Basil

    If you propagated your basil from cuttings like I did this year, no doubt you have a boatload of basil to contend with. Here are some recipes that go beyond the norm and help that basil last throughout the year.

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    Leaf Imprint Stepping Stones

    This Weekend Project preserves the garden into decorative stepping stones. You don’t have to work hard for a whole weekend to do it though! It’s a simple project that is quick and fun to do, but the concrete needs some time to cure after the stones are …

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    Totally Organic Ways of Getting Rid of Pests in the Garden

    In my garden I use no chemicals or pellets or sprays. I develop healthy soil through composting and mulching and planting to attract the beneficial insects that hunt the bad bugs. Gardeners know to live with bugs and accept them for the value they add. If they …

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    Portable Caprese Salad in a Mason Jar Recipe

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