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A note from Sarah on the garden’s progress. She promises new photos soon. “The garden is reaching out toward peak production. The tomatoes are starting to ripen, okra is putting on, peppers are loaded, eggplant is blooming (it’s the second … Continue reading
Posted in gardening Tagged food, gardening, organic garden, Ozarks, summer heat 2 Comments
Looks like I’ll be judging again this year. Ya’all come on out to the Salsa Wars! See you there! -m
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged farmers market, food, marideth sisco, mo, Ozarks, salsa, southwest recipe, West Plains 1 Comment
High Class Meals
High class meals come in many forms. Around here they come from the garden.
Posted in gardening Tagged cooking, food, garden, nutrition, organic produce, Provider beans, salad greens 4 Comments
What to eat? What to buy? What to eat?
I’ve been studying the guidebooks for what to expect in Torino, besides the Alps towering over everything. It’s not really pasta country, but leans more toward rice and grains, and French-style sauces, and Swiss-style meat dishes. And cheese. No, I … Continue reading
Posted in Euro-Asian Jaunt Tagged Alps, food, Georgia, handmade cheese, Italy, Mediterranean, olive oil soap, pasta, Republic of Georgia, truffles Leave a comment
I first discovered Chuy’s on a trip to Austin about 20 years ago in search of information on how to create and install an Emergency 911 system in Howell County. The Quill paid my salary, while Ozarks Medical Center and … Continue reading
Posted in Tidbits Tagged enchiladas, food, tex-mex Leave a comment