Category Archives: Gardening

Spicy Zucchini Soup

I recently was invited to a  farm to table tasting. One of the courses  placed in front of me was a tiny insulting “bowl” of Spicy Zucchini soup. It was so damn good and if I wasn’t in public I most … Continue reading

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Grow a great cutting garden

A wise mentor once told me if you only have $5 buy yourself a loaf of bread and a single flower for happiness, then splurge with the rest of it. That advice has stuck with me. I am a lover … Continue reading

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Best Farm to Table

I came across the sign above today at my favorite outdoor farmer’s market. It truly made me laugh out loud and shake my head. For those of you who can’t read the sign, it reads “organic broccoli 79 cent lb … Continue reading

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Lemon Thyme- Garlic Marinade

Wanting a bite of summer today.  I pulled out a Ziploc bag of pork from the freezer that read “Lemon Thyme- Garlic Marinade” . It is one of the many marinades I whipped up at the end of summer when I was preserving … Continue reading

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Gratitude

What separates mindful privilege from empty entitlement is gratitude.  A mindful heart is a grateful one – it doesn’t take things for granted.  And the greatest gift of this gratitude is that the more grateful you are, the more mindful … Continue reading

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