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Time to Make Space by Pattie B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 14 Aug 2008 10:24am I'm long past thinking it's mine, the garden. I didn't even plant the blackberries, so sharing them each June with the birds who brought them to me only makes sense. Coming to terms with the heirloom tomato that grew larger and larger right outside my office window each day, to suddenly appear with huge chomps out of it, takes a little mo ... Read on »
That Time of Day with No Edges by Pattie B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 21 Oct 2008 12:13am My morning glories are running amok through the garden, trellis-free in many places, wrapping and swirling themselves around whatever they can find--heavy red elephant-head amaranth, towering sprays of Hungarian broom corn, and nutty brown pearly bursts of sorghum. The effect is mesmerizing and beautiful--and the flowers haven't even started ... Read on »
Working on the Edges (from Gardens to Schools to Streets to City Halls) by Pattie B. Patient Expert Posted Sun 09 Oct 2011 6:14am I was out there yesterday in my home garden, with long-handled pruners, telling myself, yet again, that I'd love a sickle, as it was time to cut down my summer cover crop of Egyptian wheat and the thought of swinging an age-old tool to do this, rather than clipping laboriously, once again made sense. (This thought has crossed my mind in pas ... Read on »
Six Ways to Be a "Companion Planter": UPDATED! by Pattie B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 21 Oct 2008 12:12am So I'm opening a large yogurt container yesterday and I see the foil liner on top promoting the free Organic Gardening magazine subscription and I think, " There's a great idea!" Not so much for me, since I'm already a subscriber, but I could save the four tops required and give them to a new gardener as a way to help him or her get started an ... Read on »
Tidbits by Jamie W. Patient Expert Posted Fri 08 Oct 2010 7:22am Yesterday morning, when I went in to get Bo up, he said, "I don't like Superman."  Honestly, I didn't even know he knew who Superman was...  I asked him why he didn't like him and he said, "Superman is scary."  I can only imagine what that dream was about. ****** One night last week, Mike went in during one of Bo's middle of the night cries ... Read on »
Weekends Are For the Unexpected... by babybeblessed Posted Sun 18 Sep 2011 12:00am RARELY do we do ANYTHING unexpected.  So when I told the kids we were going to go on a -Big Adventure- Natalie looked at me in amazement and said, "Really? I mean we didn't have anything planned and we're just going to go?!" Yep!  Miracles still happen and God is the miracle worker!  HA!Keith was working and we had no set plans...just ... Read on »
Corn Casserole , Corn Salad with Macaroni & Sweet Corn Kofta Curry by Niyaprakash Patient Expert Posted Tue 04 Aug 2009 5:48pm Corn Casserole ( Corn and mushroom baked with cheese ) Serves : 4 Time required : 40 minutes Ingredients 1 cup ( 200 g ) corn ( fresh or frozen ) 1 cup ( 150 g ) mushrooms 1/2 cup ( 100 g ) diced chicken 200 ml mushroom soup or 1 1/2 packet mushroom soup mix ( make sauce with 1 cup water ) 1/2 cup ( 100 g 0 cooking ... Read on »
Corn tortillas Corn Tortillas by Dana Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:13pm Corn Tortillas These little tortillas were so simple to make, it isn't really even a recipe! You can buy the corn flour you need at your grocery store or mexican market. The corn flour, called masa harina, is a flour that has been treated with lime, which makes i ... Read on »
Herbed Corn on the Cob Herbed Corn on the by Dana Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:13pm Herbed Corn on the Cob Grilled in Foil Mmm...fresh corn on the cob. What a handy way to eat corn. It's like God put it on a stick for us, and we all know how much fun food is to eat that comes on a stick (like Popsicles and corn dogs, for examp ... Read on »
Corn Corn Corn! by Stephanie C. Posted Sun 08 Aug 2010 10:50pm Corn. This one word that pretty much sums up what I’ve been obsessed with lately. For the month of July, I was crazy over all the sweet berries available. But this month, as the local corn are getting shipped into my local grocery stores by the truckload, I’m going nuts over fresh corn! As BC local corn is just starting to pop up in the ... Read on »