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August Calendar: Can You Can? Yes, You Can!

I’m not sure if it’s the heat or the late nights spent canning but I’m feeling a little silly. I’m making puns about canning and humming along with the distinctive “ping” of snap lids as they seal away garden goodies picked at the peak of freshness. The Can Can has become my latest earworm (which isn’t as icky as it sounds although …

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Dividing Succulents

If your succulents are starting to look a little scraggly or maybe sending out a bunch of offshoots, it’s a …

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Spotted: Blooming Artichokes

If artichokes usually come in a can or jar in your house, then are you ever missing out. These mammoth …

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Balsamic Caramelized Figs

If you could put the flavor of late summer in a jar this would be it. Fresh figs are such …

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Semper Viva Wreath How To Make A Succulent Wreath

Semper-viva Succulent Wreath

Please welcome authors John Gillespie & Christina Symons of the fabulous garden craft book, Everyday Eden: 100+ Fun, Green Garden Projects for the Whole …

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Rangpur Lime Margarita Photography By Katherine Wolkoff. Courtesy Of Martha Stewart Living © 2013 Large

Rangpur Lime Margarita

Active Time 15 min. Total Time 45 min. Makes 1 drink 1 fresh common (Persian) lime wedge or water, for rimming …

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Pickled Golden Beets

My Famous Pickled Golden Beets with Ginger and Star Anise

I just love this recipe for pickled golden beets with ginger and star anise. The brine is sweet with just a …

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