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Christine A
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  • Columbia, SC
  • United States
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Christine A replied to Cornelia's discussion 'What skills would you want to include in a HOMEGROWN 101'
"How about re-purposing 101? (Always looking for clever ways to reuse stuff)"
Sep 11, 2010
Christine A commented on Brea Brumby's blog post 'Preserving in Small Batches- Roasted Tomatoes'
"I'm making these right now Brea :) Will let you know how they turn out...yeah right, can already tell you they are going to be scrumptious!"
Sep 10, 2010
Christine A commented on Brea Brumby's blog post 'Preserving in Small Batches- Roasted Tomatoes'
"It's not even 8 am and I'm hankerin' for roasted tomatoes. Did some for dinner last week (love the dressing hint), but hadn't thought to do this for the winter. Your directions and photos are fantastic! Thank you. :)"
Sep 3, 2010
Christine A commented on Torry's group 'Food Preservation'
"Holy Moly Lynda! You are set up for the winter for sure! Do you have any neat recipes you'd be willing to share?"
Sep 3, 2010
Christine A joined Andrew's group
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I Could Ferment That!

For those who when strolling through the garden or farmers market continually think "I could ferment that! (in to beer, wine, cheese, pickles, kraut,...)
Sep 2, 2010
Christine A replied to Cornelia's discussion 'Canning safely - how do you secure your jars in the pot?' in the group Food Preservation
"Next time, I will be putting in an empty jar if needed--good idea! (I just like keeping things simple-the fewer tools, less mess, I can get it, the better!)"
Aug 25, 2010
Christine A replied to Cornelia's discussion 'Canning safely - how do you secure your jars in the pot?' in the group Food Preservation
"no tongs needed with the green plastic basket (and I am brand spankin' new, so know there are plenty of broken jars in my future :)"
Aug 25, 2010
Christine A replied to Cornelia's discussion 'Canning safely - how do you secure your jars in the pot?' in the group Food Preservation
"A canning newbie, I got sucked into buying the Ball green plastic basket you can use with a regular stock pot. I was actually impressed (once I got the handle wrestled into the hole.) You can only process small batches at a time, but I figured that…"
Aug 25, 2010
Christine A joined johna's group
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Herb Lovers!

A group for people who are passionate about their herb gardens. Share recipes and discuss all aspects of herb growing here from culinary to cosmetic.
Aug 25, 2010
Christine A joined Torry's group
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Food Preservation

How-To's on putting food aside: canning, freezing, drying, much more...See More
Aug 25, 2010
Christine A is now a member of HOMEGROWN
Mar 7, 2010

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What kind of HOMEGROWN are you?
Dirt Under My Fingernails City Slicker
A bit about me:
Insatiable curiosity, lover of people and animals, and getting dirty. Like to know how things work, yoga and learning how to breathe has seriously changed my life, I have become a quite creative cook.
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
Curry coconut chicken
Currently reading:
How to Grow Vegetable and Fruits by the Organic Method
Currently listening to:
Elvis Costello, Eilen Jewell, Zyedeco, Bon Iver, The Smiths, Prince
My latest DIY project:
Embossing a frame with "It's all about making memories" for one of my dearest friends for her wedding.
Web site I recommend:
http://www.greentreenaturals.com/index.htm

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At 3:28pm on March 8, 2010, Cornelia said…
Hi Christine - welcome to HOMEGROWN.org. I have a sign above my desk that just says "breathe". I know what you mean. :) Please feel free to chime in on the HOMEGROWN cooking group - creative recipes welcome!
 
 
 

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