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Planting Peas

Planting Peas

If you live in an area with mild winters, you can plant peas in the fall for spring sprouting. In areas with cold winters, however, early spring is a great time to get them started. Peas prefer cool temperatures, which … Read More

DIY: Easy Wall Art

DIY: Easy Wall Art

It’s the weekend and you know what that means: DIY projects await. With time to kill and fingers crossed for beautiful weather, if you’re anything like me, a little around-the-house inspiration is exactly what you need to tackle a new … Read More

Blood Orange Cake

Blood Orange Cake

We’re in the midst of one of the snowiest winters on record here in New York. Whenever there’s a storm raging outside, I start baking. I recently made a terrific cake with organic blood oranges. If ever there was something … Read More

Preserved Meyer Lemons

Preserved Meyer Lemons

Lemons pickled in salt (also known as “preserved lemons”) are big in North African cuisine. They are also used in Jewish dishes from the Sephardic tradition. Preserved lemons are easy to make and keep for a long time in the … Read More

Room for Red

Room for Red

Oh February, it is so good to see you. While it is hard to believe that you are already here, we welcome you with open arms. Not only do you kick off the month for lovebirds, but you give us … Read More

Winter Green Smoothie

Winter Green Smoothie

I adore smoothies, but during winter in upstate New York, the last thing I crave for breakfast is a cold smoothie made entirely with fruit. This smoothie, on the other hand, works well for me in cold weather. It may … Read More

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