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Making Maple Syrup

Making Maple Syrup

Maple syrup-covered hotcakes on a cold winter morning are hard to beat. If you use your own maple syrup, your hotcakes will taste even better, and you’ll save money on your groceries. Maple syrup isn’t something you actually make; you ...

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How To Handle That Leftover Ham

How To Handle That Leftover Ham

For me, one of the best things about the holidays is all the wonderful leftovers. However, my husband starts to grow weary of ham sandwiches after a day or two, and I start looking for new ways to serve it ...

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Utilizing Microclimates For More Diverse Gardening

Utilizing Microclimates For More Diverse Gardening

To establish a more diverse, efficient garden, many gardeners are turning to microclimates for assistance. Microclimates are small areas, usually from a few feet to a couple miles across, that have different conditions from the surrounding area. These isolated pockets ...

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Sprouts: A Garden in Your Kitchen

Sprouts: A Garden in Your Kitchen

If the sight of your barren winter garden makes you melancholy, take heart. Even when six inches of snow covers your yard, you can grow food indoors with almost no effort at all. Sprouting isn’t technically gardening because no soil ...

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Growing Your Own Exotic Crops

Growing Your Own Exotic Crops

Exotic tropical plants can be grown for more than just their lush beauty. Some of these plants are edible as well, and even in the middle of winter they can reward a patient gardener with unique spices or sweet fruits ...

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