Category Archives: garden

Rellenos Casserole

What do you do when the nip of Fall comes early; Or maybe when your garden decides to take off after Labor Day and produce more than it has all summer? You reap your harvest before it frosts!  Now what … Continue reading

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Fried Green Tomatoes

FRIED GREEN TOMATOES   Summer just wouldn’t be summer if you didn’t have at least one batch of fried green tomatoes!  Usually I would make them with corn meal but I found something this year that took this summer delight … Continue reading

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Guacamole a Hit!

If you need a recipe for Guacamole, then try this easy one I got raves for on Cinco de Mayo. Guacamole Ingredients: 2 avocados 1 tsp. Garlic Powder 3/4 tsp. salt 1 tsp.  Oregano 1 tsp. Onion Powder 2 Tbsp. … Continue reading

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Spicy Snacks To Warm a Cold Day

Another cold day here.  It makes it hard to get motivated. Of course I had to break now and then for a snack and I had wanted to try Ellie Krueger’s Spicy Almonds http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/healthy-appetite-with-ellie-krieger-/spiced-almonds-recipe/index.html  so I switched my creative juices … Continue reading

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Lettuce Edges

I tried an experiment this summer with planter boxes using actual cardboard boxes with fulfilling results.  Although I may have over seeded the area, I have been able to enjoy lettuce all season and it looked so lovely in its … Continue reading

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