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Second Strawberry Planter (Because You Can NEVER Have Too Many Strawberries* - Fact)

* homegrown strawberries at least

When we extended our garden to the legal limit, we were left with a small outcrop of wall near what is now the herb bed and pot area. 433 more words

Grow Your Own

The 2015 Garden!

Unfortunately with a lot of “stuff” going on, I’ve had to put this blog aside for a while.  I finally had a day off today and didn’t have any appointments scheduled. 358 more words

Musings

Braving the Allotment

Sometimes it’s allotment weather. When people ask about what we do down the allotment I’m all like “oh it’s great, we wander down with a few bottles of beer, pop the radio on and mooch about dressed like we’re at Glasto” conjuring up images of us in hazy sunshine, catching the last of the summer sun while we pull out some courgettes and a few corns of cob to stick on the barbie. 539 more words

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Communal gardens

Communal gardens are such a foreign concept to me, but I have come to realise that having your own garden in Europe is somewhat of a luxury – unless you live out of the city limits. 284 more words

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FARM TO TABLE FOR BABY: HOMEMADE, ALL-NATURAL BABY FOOD

Join me ‘In The (IKEA) Kitchen’ at the Pittsburgh Public Market, pittsburghpublicmarket.org in the Strip, located at 2401 Penn Ave.  I will be conducting a baby food demonstration at 11:30 am on Saturday March 28th. 246 more words

Baby Food

OTF Roundtable: Do the Chicago Fire Deserve Harry Shipp?

Near the end of the Fire’s third loss in a row last Saturday, Alexi Lalas doubled-down on his flattery of second year stand-out Harry Shipp by suggesting that he was the Fire’s only “real” DP, and further stating that Harry may be “Too Good” to play for Chicago… 755 more words

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