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We garden where it’s high and oh so dry…where the deer and the buffalo roam.

I haven't had a chance to check this out for myself, but if you get a copy before I do, promise you will share it with me. The first issue of Garden and Gun Magazine is on the stands right now. Read what...

GEAR UP! Get your wagons circled, your sun bonnet on it, your membership card at the ready and make way to the annual plant sale at the Idaho Botanical Gardens on Friday at 4. The good stuff goes fast, and I know my...

Having recently run out of national gardening magazines to keep myself entertained, I went trolling the magazine racks for some foreign gardening/lifestyle/design eye candy. And what to my wandering eye should appear? But the latest issue of Canadian House and Home. Alrighty, and...

If you aren't checking out the New West News online edition on a regular basis, at least check out this article on Foodsheds. Farmer Casey, do we have a foodshed setup in this valley?...

This is sooooooo much fun. A little program organized by " May Dreams Gardens . Here is a list of what is blooming at my place today: Avondale redbud forsythia orange lion tulips perestroyka tulips big chief tulips run of the mill grape hyacinths wild and lovely violets chocolate vine is going...

I like think of myself as quite the practical person. I love this comment on fighting global warming with a piece of rope over at Kitchen Gardeners International. I love it. Have my own clothes and towels out on the line right...

The ham was good, but not perfect. I should have chopped the greens much finer, and it could have cooked for half as long. I think it dried it out to cook it so long. Not bad, but could have been better. ...

I have a friend from Louisville KY who goes off about ham at least once a year. He starts ranting about the big ass hams, country ham, honey ham, spiral cut ham, canned ham, cured ham, bone-in ham, boneless ham, fried ham, boiled ham,...