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Sound Bites: Oh, Malô

In the spirit of our big sibling, Farm Aid, we’re pleased to introduce a new column celebrating that classic duo of music and food. Sound Bites, by HOMEGROWN member Toni Tiemann, surveys…See More
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"I hear you. My winners this year were the Cherokee purple. Just thinking about them makes me look forward to next summer!"
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Jennifer replied to HOMEGROWN.org's discussion 'Soft Pretzels 101'
"MMmmm, twisty rolls. I have to say, getting those snakes rolled out was the hardest part. So glad yours were tasty, even if they refused to stay put in pretzel shape."
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Cedar Transplant

"Thank you, thank you! This is super helpful and encouraging. A whole backyard of moss is my dream! I'm waiting to transplant until spring (we've got snow in the forecast already here for Saturday), but I'll keep you posted. "
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"Halloween is Michelle's favorite holiday, but this year she has other things on her mind. Read then hug your fam: http://j.mp/1vgpkOP"
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Mary Lou Russo commented on Mary Lou Russo's photo

Cedar Transplant

"Here is what she said Nice thick moss in your yard is a sign of healthy, clean soil.  Moss is relatively easy to transplant as long as the soil has been disturbed & the moss is kept moist, not wet, for a couple of weeks as it takes…"
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Bill Graney replied to HOMEGROWN.org's discussion 'Soft Pretzels 101'
"Jennifer: I don't have photos but they tasted great and I'll make them again.  In the future I need to roll the "snakes" out thinner and create wider shapes because I lost loop integrity as some of the loops baked together…"
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"Agreed. I like trying new varieties in general. I grew Crystal Apple cukes this year and they were incredible. Grew better in my soil than Straight 8s ever did and were wildly prolific as well as fun. However, when it comes to tomatoes, next year…"
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Halloween is Michelle's favorite holiday, but this year, when both of her parents suddenly fell ill, she found herself with other things on her mind. Do yourself a favor and read her post, new in HOMEGROWN Life. Then take a moment to hug the ones you love.

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The Stew: A Potluck Member Blog

Sound Bites: Oh, Malô

Posted by HOMEGROWN.org on October 29, 2014 at 2:00pm

Sound Bites: Tom Freeman of Covey

Posted by HOMEGROWN.org on October 27, 2014 at 2:00pm


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Drying Aronia Berry

Posted by Bruce Weaver on October 16, 2014 at 2:16pm

Orange or Lemon Peel cleaner

Posted by Vicki Bright on October 14, 2014 at 3:08pm — 1 Comment

Happy Harvest Time, Fresh Eggs, a successful CSA

Posted by Joe Klinkhoff on October 9, 2014 at 7:10am

Whats it mean to be a locavore?

Posted by Bruce Weaver on October 1, 2014 at 1:31am

Goats Will Be Kids.

Posted by Dyan Redick on September 30, 2014 at 8:48am

Our Garden is Rockin!!

Posted by Star Miller on September 22, 2014 at 12:26am — 2 Comments

Distribute the Surplus

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HOMEGROWN 101: Plant and Grow

Don't miss: Urban Overalls shares plans for a simple cold frame
More: Tips on garden tool care and garden winterizing
See all: Plant and Grow 101s, including how-tos on specific crops

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HOMEGROWN 101: Cook and Preserve

Don't miss: Jackie's recipe for delectable apple molasses
More: Dr. John on dehydrating, Joe on fermented chili paste
See all: Cook and Preserve 101s

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HOMEGROWN 101: Make and Craft

The latest: Keep feathered friends fueled with Mason jar bird feeders
More: Nat on bartering, Toni on veggie candleholders
See all: Make and Craft 101s

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Calling all HOMEGROWN types: Got a question? Ask it here! Want to share what you know? Discuss it here! Consider this forum your community garden, where you can learn from and help each other. Hooray, teamwork!

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