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New Digs, literally
Ok! We are in a new location. Coot’s Edge is behind us and the as yet un-named locale underfoot. Name pending. I would like to apologize if you have commented, ordered merchandise or tried to contact us and if we … Continue reading
Posted in Tidbits Tagged Blackberry Winter, Coot's Edge, folk music, garden, marideth sisco, Missouri Arts Council, Ozarks 2 Comments
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
Notice a Theme? Testiness Maybe?
OH GREAT. NOW, while troubleshooting, I discovered that earlier in the spring, when a storm blew the rain barrel off its perch, something punched a hole up about the 45-gallon mark, so any water that goes in above that level, … Continue reading
Posted in gardening Tagged garden, gardening, organic gardening, Ozarks, rain barrel, raised beds 8 Comments
These Ozark Hills, 5 – 2012
This is Marideth Sisco for These Ozarks Hills. You’d think, that with May Day just past, I’d be telling you a May Day story. And someday I will. But other things have been cooking in this overcooked hillbilly brain, and … Continue reading
Posted in radio show Tagged Belle of Georgia peaches, garden, goulash, growing old, memory lane, old maid, Ozarks, Queen Anne's Lace, These Ozark Hills, travel 5 Comments