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Summer Corn Salad Recipe

Summer Corn Salad 5-6 ears of corn, kernels removed (you can boil or grill corn first if you prefer) 2 large tomatoes, diced 1 cucumber, chopped 1/2 C. diced red onion 1/4 C. fresh basil leaves, cut up 2 1/2 … Continue reading

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Another GIVEAWAY!

Here is another giveaway hosted by Backyard Classroom- Gardening with Kids. Check out their page HERE.  This time we are giving away a $20 gift card to a winner to our online shop! Enter anytime from now until midnight on … Continue reading

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Freezing Zucchini

Q: What is a good way to freeze zucchini?  A: Use a food processor to shred zucchini for great freezing results. Cut the zucchini in half, remove the seeds, and process. Dab the shredded zucchini with a paper towel to … Continue reading

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Tons of Tomatoes!

 The tomatoes are taking over the garden! Of course this isn’t a bad thing, but it can be a little overwhelming when you simply run out of ways to use these delicious fruits. And most of us don’t have a … Continue reading

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Grilled Artichoke Recipe

Grilled Artichokes 2 artichokes, trimmed Lemon juice ¾ C. olive oil 4 cloves garlic (chopped) Salt and pepper -Cut artichokes in half lengthwise, then place in cold water. Add juice from the lemon to the water to prevent browning. -Boil … Continue reading

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All about… BeSweet 2015 Edamame Soybean

Edamame Soybeans not only taste great–they are also quite nutritious! If you have never tried these soybeans, you are definitely missing out on a healthy, yummy snack. Edamame Soybeans should be picked before they are fully mature. This means harvesting … Continue reading

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Thyme Zucchini

Whether you are tired of eating it or not, zucchini plants are hitting their peak of production right about now. Even if you only have one or two zucchini plants in your garden, this summer squash is probably taking over–both … Continue reading

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All about… Spring Rapini (Raab)

Spring Rapini (also known as Raab) is often associated with broccoli due to many similar traits they share. In fact, raab is related to turnips and isn’t actually broccoli. Spring Rapini raab produces flowering heads that look a lot like … Continue reading

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Melon Smoothies!

Here’s a great way to enjoy an abundance of melon. Go ahead and get creative by adding different kinds of fruit that you happen to have on hand–it’s delicious! Refreshing Melon Smoothie 1/2 cup yogurt 6 ounces melon (such as … Continue reading

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All about… Supersweet 100 Tomato

Cherry-type tomatoes are a favorite for many gardeners for various reasons. These bite-sized fruits are ready to eat earlier than large tomatoes. They are also conveniently sized for snacking. And, these little tomatoes are often exceptionally sweet and flavorful. Supersweet … Continue reading

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