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Ushering in Spring with Peach Cobbler

Peach Cobbler to welcome Spring I see the daffodils and jonquils showing their beautiful faces these days. And, if you are really a Southern Lit fan, I don’t think you can hear or see the word “jonquils” without thinking of … Continue reading

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What in the World is a Dill Crock and why would I want one?

An article by Roger Doiron on Kitchern Gardeners gives a great overview of the process and about Roger’s experience with Euell Gibbons’s Dill Crock. I found the recipe for Mr. Gibbons’s Dill Crock in the 3rd edition of Stocking Up … Continue reading

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Black-Eyed Peas, the kind you eat!

If you’ve survived the heat and your garden hasn’t shriveled and died (condolences if it didn’t make it, there’s still the farmer’s market!), you should be getting ready to harvest some of your black eyed peas. According to VeggieHarvest’s page … Continue reading

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My Love Affair With Beer Battered Squash

It’s summer time, and the living’s easy… Not really. The living is pretty rough. It’s 100+ degrees here, in the South. And, the vegetables and berries are ready to be picked, cleaned, eaten or canned. Thanks to Fannie Flagg and … Continue reading

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