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Of Blueberries and Bindweed

I’ve been pulling masses of bindweed lately, a task I utterly enjoy. Bindweed or morning glory (Convolvulus arvensis) is really quite a beautiful plant but oh, my, does it ever want to take over. Fortunately, you really can get rid … Continue reading

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Tomato Basil Sorbet

This savory sorbet is served in Europe as a palate cleanser after a meat course. It also makes an usual and utterly delicious appetizer on a hot summer evening. Tomato Basil Sorbet 8 large ripe tomatoes 1 organic lemon, juiced, … Continue reading

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Growing Grafted Tomatoes In A Challenging Climate

Earlier this summer, I started growing some Log House grafted tomatoes, just to see how they would do. I particularly enjoy eating fresh tomatoes, especially when their acid-sugar balance is a lively one. Sadly, tomatoes are hard to please in … Continue reading

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