Monthly Archives: April 2015

The Lighter Side Of Cauliflower

  Spring Salads and Fritters  I’ve been mildly obsessed with cauliflower all winter and now that spring is here, it’s only getting worse (or better). Here’s what I’ve been getting up to (since sciatica has kept me out of the … Continue reading

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Staying Strong And Healthy Despite Gardening

  Stretching Reduces Kvetching This amazing weather magnetically attracts us into the garden. It’s truly impossible to resist the lure of a soft, warm, sunny day when soil is begging to be planted. My new garden is indeed irresistible and … Continue reading

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Capturing The Freshest Flavors Of Spring

Speedy, Simple Recipes For Light, Refreshing Meals As days lengthen and soil warms up, it’s hard to stay indoors. My new garden is so enticing that I find myself slipping out to plant “just a few” perennials or grasses or … Continue reading

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Plants Deer Don’t Love, Though I Do

Deer Proofing The Garden (Or Not) It always surprises me to hear people complain about the stress of living through renovations of either home or garden. I just love the entire process, and though the inevitable interruptions and delays can … Continue reading

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