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This year consider getting lost in another time by reading some gardening classics, become inspired by trying a new garden magazine or fall hopelessly in love with a plant you discover on the pages of a garden catalog.
Community Events, November 2015
It is well known that when immigrants come to the United States and other parts of the Western hemisphere, they quickly adapt their eating styles to ours – especially the young. People from around the Pacific Rim, South America, the Middle East and Africa who were largely raised on fresh whole foods begin to prefer fast food and other...
Wow! This year has flown by and I can’t believe that it is already Thanksgiving! This year it is all about making everything “Super Easy”. I decided to try Trader Joe’s Gluten-Free Stuffing Mix. It is in the Fearless Flyer this week for $5.99. The mix contains the toasted Gluten-Free bread cubes and seasoning. I...
Gardeners in Western Washington can adapt an attitude of gratitude each time they look outdoors and enjoy the reason we call this the Evergreen State.
When I had the opportunity to learn how to make Helga’s homemade, old-fashioned Apfelstrudel that’s rolled up and filled with tart Granny Smith apples, I was like, “Ja!”