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People with old boxwoods are being warned not to plant new boxwoods nearby, but what about those of us with no boxwoods who want some? They're so deer-resistant. The new and highly contagious boxwood blight disease has made it unwise, for the present,...
There's no doubt that vegetable gardening is hot. Folks who've never grown a radish suddenly want to plant pots or plow up their lawn so they can add fresh food to the table. The upside: You can harvest edibles untouched by synthetic chemicals, and the...
Tags: Beets, Chicago Botanic Garden, Potatoes, Sage, Kale
Q: I've noticed a considerable amount of onion grass in my lawn as well as loads of it in other neighbors' yards. Is it because of the scant snow we had? And what's the best way to eradicate it? —Nick A: Two common weeds are wild onion and wild...
Tags: Onions, Catasauqua, Winter Squash, Inventories, Allentown
One of the joys of gardening is sharing your bounty. Increasingly, though, gardeners are not only providing tomatoes to the people down the street, but entertainment as well — in the form of giant vegetables. Handing out a few beefsteaks is...
Salads get a bad rap. Often the obligatory first course at a dinner, a plate of greens drenched in dressing is easy to overlook. But sometimes, if you get creative, a salad can be the real star of a meal or even a meal in itself. Monday morning's...
Meetings Sunday, April 21 Petoskey Duplicate Bridge Club meets at 1:30 p.m. on Sundays at 2144 Cemetery Road, Petoskey. All players welcome.Visit www.petoskeybridgeclub.com or call (231) 881-0829 for information. Monday, April 22 Boyne City Rotary...
Los Angeles TimesDear SOS: In the heat of August, I stopped for lunch at Paper or Plastik Cafe. I had the most amazing cold borscht. It was light and refreshing and full-flavored and, like my bubby's, only distilled down to the essence of borscht. Is there any chance...
Antsy for spring? Stop impatiently tapping your hiking boots. The first wildflowers of spring are out. Behold the skunk cabbage. It is one of the earliest and oddest. "It's not very attractive as far as flowers go," said Brian Winters, associate...
Tags: Lemont, Stranger Than Fiction, Northbrook, Wildflowers, Wetlands
I consider myself an adventurous cook. But for most of my life, the only thing I wanted getting funky in my kitchen was the music. Sure, I'd bring home stinky cheeses and ripe-smelling kimchi that someone else had made. But fermenting foods was not...
Tags: Music, Recipes, Entertainment
Like that ripe jar of kimchi sitting in the back of your fridge, something fizzy, funky and delicious is bubbling up in the American culinary scene. It's called fermentation. Its adherents are called fermentos. And its unofficial guru is a lanky...
A few years ago I wrote a review of Skaf's Lebanese Cuisine on Chevy Chase Drive in Glendale. At the time, I spoke effusively of the succulent chicken shwarma and gushed over the addictive cabbage salad. When the Skaf family, specifically sons Daniel...
Everyone’s Irish on St. Patrick’s Day, which happens to fall on a Sunday this year -- making everyone Irish all weekend long. Whether you’re on the Westside or downtown, there are plenty of late-night bars and early morning brunch...
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