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Three cheers for three sauces!

Three cheers for three sauces!

With the new effort of producing videos anyway the Internet will let that happen most easily, I’ve tried Periscope and found a worthwhile and engaging medium. The desire to share and test comes naturally with such a discovery. Live audiences can interact through on-screen texts. The only problem is cooking...

Whoa! Go Mango! History and Hot Sauce...

Whoa! Go Mango! History and Hot Sauce...

South Florida is known for some pretty outrageous stuff, sometimes so silly, it’s positively unbelievable. Take this little ditty for example, people from almost all walks of life have mango trees in their backyards. Right about this time of year, what to have for lunch, breakfast and dessert, is never...

Anatomy of a Honeybee Frame

Anatomy of a Honeybee Frame

The first Instagram of a domestic hive is from some five eight thousand years ago. Cave art depicts a Mesolithic woman atop a ladder gathering honey from one of several active hives. Indeed, there are few societies on Earth as adept at thriving, growing and balancing sustenance as the mighty...

Our Lychee Tree suffers gravely

Our Lychee Tree suffers gravely

Given this author’s laughable experience with plant recognition and successful plantings, all the help imaginable is what’s needed to track a record of successes and failures and plot new courses to avert disasters. In Miami, that help comes from a fruit tree; peculiar to many Zones in the United States,...

Giddy-up garden!

Giddy-up garden!

In a spread of images dated April 09 to April 29, one reader shares her lush success growing a variety of tasty veggies and herbs in the back yard. Look at the canopy that developed in just twenty days! Miami gardens can really spoil the backyard gardener but we’re also...

Off The Ropes

Off The Ropes

We love our few readers and want to tell you what March and April have been up to that kept us so busy, we couldn’t post but one, silly story. March 22nd; our official birthday – that even passed without so much as a peep. What’s been beating...

Making Hibiscus Tea

Making Hibiscus Tea

Next time you’re around the tropics, treat yourself to about ten hibiscus flowers. After a few days drinking the fragrant tea, you could be lowering your blood pressure, boosting your immune system and, some suggest, lowering your cholesterol. Hibiscus tea can be made from dried flowers too – so maybe...

A Sprout Garden

A Sprout Garden

Ed. This project fails in the end. There’s a lot of reasons to sprout sprouts. Sprouts of all sorts are more healthy than their larger, older off spring in many cases; in just a week, a sprout garden can be turned over to a new crop; sprout gardens take up...

Hellooo! Anyone home?

Hellooo! Anyone home?

No silly girl! It’s not a skylight for an underground bunker and it’s not a magic door from Monsters, Inc. It’s FarmWise repurposing. Mike sends us this crafty project turning French door to Cold Frame lid. Curious Muscovy are right to snoop around. Even in 35 degrees, seedlings will sprout...

Pocket Rocket-sized Sweetie Milk Maker

Pocket Rocket-sized Sweetie Milk Maker

What milk makes the best cheese? The answer might surprise you unless you already know that good things come in small packages. Cheese mongers and farmers alike already know what will seem alien and sort of peculiar to suburbanites and city mice, but, as the category suggests, it’s Common Knowledge.

Figs in France

Figs in France

Reader Photo:

One alert reader who traveled to Le Riou, France sent in this tastefully arranged still life on a friend’s table. Even without the context of the yard and trees, the scene is set and the focus is clear; it’s noon and there’s only one thing on the menu.

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