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

They're HERE! The first ripe tomatoes of the season. Sweet baby Jesus in the Manger! And I ate them. (forgot to photograph them...

I love the foodie blog, SmittenKitchen, and I highly recommend you try out Deb's new recipe for the Summer Squash and Potato torte. Laws a mercy it's fine! Fine! And if you make it in the morning, you can serve it later...

CSA Number 8 Famous Potatoes It’s tater time in the garden patch this week. The stars of the show in this week’s grocery bag are the dozen or so small red new potatoes. And boy, oh, boy do I have big plans for these: wash,...

Earthly Delights, CSA pickup #7. Upon arriving at the garden today, I was told I could pick my own raspberries. Well, you don’t have to tell me twice. I skedaddled on over to the berry patch and commenced to picking. And eating, and picking....

I am referring to the air in Idaho. In Boise, ID. I can barely see across town, or up to the foothills because we are enveloped in a white haze. Smoke, my friends, gets in your eyes. From the California fires. ...

Earthly Delights, CSA pickup #7. Upon arriving at the garden today, I was told I could pick my own raspberries. Well, you don’t have to tell me twice. I skedaddled on over to the berry patch and commenced to picking. And eating, and picking....

One of the ways to rid your garden of earwigs is to roll up a newspaper, several pages, put a rubber band around it and set it out in the garden overnight. In the morning it should be full of the nasty little buggers...

We dashed out of town for an overnight trip to McCall to work on the sprinkler system. Wellllll, truth betold, I just kept the sprinkler repairman good company. In my infinite wisdom I also rewarded Mr. Sprinkler Repairman with a kitchen pass to go...