A local restaurant's recipe from the Depression created the best fried chicken anywhere.
Winter is a great time to plan your spring and summer garden.
If you haven't built your hoop house yet, you can still have fresh homegrown salad greens.
We can let the beauty of our world give us the calmness and rest we need.
What if the clouds covered the sunrise while they were here? But then, probably nothing can dampen new love! We would just have to wait and see.
Figs, figs and more figs. Some ideas about how to use figs.
A metal sun with a caladium goatee.
The author discovers that seed saving is not such a mysterious process when she starts by harvesting sunflower seeds.
Lori shares some of winter's wonders from her Wisconsin farm.
Rhubarb is a gift that keeps on giving!
We were bone-weary with no place to relax.
From bright and sunny to dense black fog.
This post is about the prolific growth of the garden over 16 hot, wet July days when we were away on vacation in the Yukon.

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