Monthly Archives: January 2012

Frozen Chopped Chives

Have you ever frozen chives for winter use? I did it for the first time this fall; I am so delighted with my winter supply. I use them on baked potatoes, on grilled cheese and all kinds of sandwiches and … Continue reading

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Worms in Winter

Last year, my composting worms spent the winter in two Kindergarten classrooms at the Lyme Elementary School, thanks to Lyme’s Farm to School Coordinator, Rima Nichols. I had told Rima about my friend Judi, a teacher who was disturbed by … Continue reading

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