Whenever I talk to someone about gardening and ask about what they grow, more often than not they grow tomatoes. Again, more often than not, they will most likely say that its so much better than the ones you buy in the store or #ohmygoshyouhaven’ttriedatomatoifyouhaven’ttriedhomegrown. For me personally, I don’t quite like raw tomatoes. There’s something […]
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The fact that I can go to the garden and pick some fruits and eat them straight off the plant overwhelms me with a sense of pure and utter joy. Some of these fruits include my Blackberries. These blackberries were planted last year and have grown from 1 year old canes. I have been told […]
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I love being able to go to the backyard and harvest something I can use in the kitchen. Take these spinach leaves for example. We only have 10 spinach plants but they have given us a good 5 harvests of this size so far – and from the way they have grown since then, there […]
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Not the biggest head of garlic, but a very fine specimen.
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Pâte Feuilletée (Puff Pastry) is, to me, the king of all pastries. I say this with confidence because personally, it has never disappointed me. The fact that it stores perfectly in the deep freeze and thaws readily are just some of the reasons why I always have a few sheets in my freezer at any […]
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