Monthly Archives: May 2013

Squash Vine Borers

Just when I was wondering what we were going to do with all of the zucchinni we were harvesting, I walked out to the garden and saw this:   The plants are wilting because the larvae of the squash vine … Continue reading

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Pickled Banana Peppers

I battle constantly between the forager and cook aspects of my personality, loving the fresh, crisp wonder of eating straight out of the garden but also marveling at the alchemy that takes place when transforming an ingredient into something more … Continue reading

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May Garden Update

Farmers and gardeners spend an appropriately large amount of their time talking about the weather. It’s been an unnaturally cool Spring this year, with welcome rainfall and a few hail storms that thankfully did little real damage to the tender … Continue reading

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