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Cold, Cold Very Cold Means Soup

Cold, Cold Very Cold Means Soup

As cold as it has been a bowl of hot soup sounds good. Guess what I found? Online cooking classes: Building Flavorful Soups – Peter Berley Transform everyday ingredients into an endless variety of soups to please every palate! Learn ...

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More About Forcing Bulbs For Spring Color

More About Forcing Bulbs For Spring Color

I am excited, because it’s  not too late to force some flower bulbs! Now after reading all of the articles I researched telling me how to plant them and then store in refrigerator for X number of weeks or days, ...

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Moon Names and Their Meanings – January Wolf Moon

Moon Names and Their Meanings – January Wolf Moon

One of the most dramatic sights in the night sky and inspiration for poets, artists, and lovers for thousands of years — full moons captivate us like nothing else. Every month Earth’s moon goes through its phases, waning and waxing ...

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Why We Quilt – The History

Why We Quilt – The History

It is a beautiful day a little cold outside but this is the first day of 2014. I am just going to sit and “quilt” – followed by a nap. As I sat here I started to think about quilting, ...

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2014 Is Almost Here?

2014 Is Almost Here?

Unbelievably, another year has passed us by and this is New Year’s Eve. Happy New Year from our site to you and yours. New Year’s Eve is one of the most exciting nights of the year, but if you’re planning ...

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Ornamental Cabbage & Kale

Ornamental Cabbage & Kale

The fancy-leaved cousins of our familiar vegetables make a bold statement in the cool season garden. In fact, the ornamental forms are edible, too, but the cabbage is bitter, and when the white, pink, red, and purple leaves are cooked, ...

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Where Do Raisins Come From?

Where Do Raisins Come From?

One of the most amazing things I have seen is the process used to turn grapes into raisins. I will never forget hearing the farmers say: “raisins are on the ground if the rain will just hold off for a ...

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Your Winter Garden – Pansies

Your Winter Garden – Pansies

One of the benefits of living in the south and plant hardiness zones 6, 7 and 8 is that we can plant and enjoy pansies in the winter landscape. Pansies are a remarkable winter annual capable of surviving temperatures down ...

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