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Spring Greens

Spring Greens

This week, I was able to eat the first greens from my garden. After a really long and cold winter spent relying on produce from the store, it was such a great feeling to eat something I grew myself. The … Read More

Prepped and Primed

Prepped and Primed

Giving a dated piece of furniture a face-lift is one of the easiest ways to bring a new look to any room. Whether painting a side table or refinishing a dresser, the rules of where to begin are the same. … Read More

Fresh Ideas: Rhubarb

Fresh Ideas: Rhubarb

Rhubarb is a perennial plant that is easy to grow in raised beds containing well-drained, fertile soil. Rhubarb grows best in cool weather; here in the Northeast, it pops up in the spring. Only the leaf stalks are edible; never … Read More

Spring Vegetable Curry

Spring Vegetable Curry

Turn your garden harvest into an amazing meal. This vegetable curry is delicious and particularly fun to make as it’s made with spring-foraged ingredients – including ramps and dandelion greens. Ramps (aka wild leeks) can be found in some woods … Read More

Think Spring

Think Spring

Now that spring is officially upon us, it’s time to break out of our winter shells and enjoy the longer days and warmer weather. Why not let our homes in on all of the spring fun? There are a few … Read More

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