THE DIRT The possibilities are endless
It's that time of year.
The garden catalogs started arriving a couple of weeks ago.
It's such an exciting time--at this point, the possibilities are endless. Should we grow potatoes again? If so, ... Posted on 1/4/13 at 8:36 AM
PRAIRIE FARE Lift Your Plates and Bowls to a Colorful New Year
Have you ever noticed that many comforting wintry foods are fairly bland in color? Our plates tend to take on the appearance of the outdoor landscape about this time of the year.
I thought about th... Posted on 1/3/13 at 10:32 AM
THE NEW FORTY Mr. Binks likes string beans.
I discovered quite innocently the other day that Mike's cat, Mr. Binks, likes string beans. I found this to be decidedly odd, but also incredibly intriguing (remember, simple things entertain simple m... Posted on 12/21/11 at 6:00 PM
ALL ABOUT FOOD Olive oil, fresh herbs and vinegar with grilled asparagus
I've been trying to do something with the big weed patch that used to be a vegetable garden in a generous-sized plot in my yard near the river. As I've been digging weeds, I keep finding clumps of ore... Posted on 6/12/11 at 12:01 AM
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Midwest is known more for growing corn than cauliflower, but if its farmers raised the fruit and vegetables eaten in the Heartland, they could create thousands of jobs and millions of dollars in income, according to a recent study.
Michael J. Crumb, Associated Press Writer
, May 07, 2010
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