Monthly Archives: November 2011

Harvest Monday, November 21, 2011

This week’s harvest of five pounds of produce puts me at a year total of 222 lbs, just a hair short of last year’s harvest of 224 lbs. With six more weeks left, I should easily beat last year’s harvest poundage from my little garden. Continue reading

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How to Make Soldier Bean Soup and Onion Puree

Check out these great recipes for Onion Puree, Broccoli and Cauliflower stir fry, and Soldier Bean Soup that I made this week. Continue reading

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Setting Goals in the Garden

With only six weeks left in the year (I know, scary isn’t it?), it is time to start thinking about my gardening goals for next year. Last year, I had hoped to grow 500 lbs of produce. Then, when problems … Continue reading

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A rant about global warming

I grow a garden. I buy locally grown produce, organic whenever possible. I compost our food scraps and garden waste, keep chickens for eggs, and save rainwater in barrels to supplement tap water for yard yuse. But I should be … Continue reading

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Harvest Monday, November 14, 2011

I harvested 5 lbs 11 oz of produce the first two weeks of November, but am getting no eggs from my hens. Continue reading

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Making Sicilian-style Chard

Here is a recipe for Sicilian-style Chard. Continue reading

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I harvested over 37 lbs of produce in October, a record for me and my little garden. Visit my blog for details and photos. Continue reading

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