Tag Archives: vegetables

Keep Produce at Eye Level

Vegetables happen to be one food group that virtually every health expert agrees is beneficial for heart and digestive health. Store whatever produce you have on hand at eye level in the fridge or on the counter in order to keep it top-of-mind … Continue reading

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Gardening Notes

Keeping a garden diary that documents the trial-and-error process is key to ensuring future improvement. Make note of the crops that were duds (and how they met their demise!), pest issues, and other side notes, like the time of day … Continue reading

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Veggie Frittata

One of my favorite dishes to make is a veggie frittata, especially on a Sunday, utilizing all of the vegetables from the week that I haven’t eaten. This is a great way to maximize he veggies drawer and create tasty … Continue reading

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What the Hell is a Pantry Box?

I appreciated the comment from one of my favorite bloggers, Chatting with San. It reminded me that I never told you about my pantry box, or better yet described what the hell a pantry box is, or why one should … Continue reading

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Gardening

How did you get started planting a garden? There seems to be so much to know. A: Start in spring. Buy what’s in bloom and what you love. Think about where you are; for example, are deer an issue? If so, … Continue reading

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