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Zucchini Corn Fritters

This morning’s breakfast: Zucchini Corn Fritters with onion, garlic, cumin, oregano and sriracha – delicious! The zucchini, onion, garlic, and oregano are from my garden, the corn from Killdeer Farm, and the egg from Sunrise Farm. Flour from King Arthur. … Continue reading

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Mushroom Experiment at Poverty Lane Orchards

When Lebanon’s Energy and Facilities Manager, Tad Mongomery, first toured Canillas Community Garden this spring, it was fungus on a dead tree stump that immediately attracted his attention. “Dryad’s Saddle” he observed, “They’re edible if you get them young.”  Who … Continue reading

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Chlorpyrifos?

    Chlorpyrifos (“klor-PEER-a-foss”) is an insecticide sprayed as a fine mist on many U.S. crops, including apples, oranges, strawberries, broccoli, almonds, walnuts, cherries, peaches, pears, corn, and wheat. It is linked to brain damage and developmental delays in children. People come into … Continue reading

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Farmers Market Brunch

I purchased potatoes, onion, and eggs at the Norwich Farmers Market yesterday. They all turned up for Sunday brunch. I love my spiralizer! I even had garlic from my garden and a few snippets of chives from the windowsill.  With … Continue reading

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Lebanon Farmers Market

These were my purchases from the Lebanon Farmers Market this morning: potatoes and eggs from Dunrovin Farm in Claremont, maple syrup from Tomapo Farm in Lebanon, and goat milk soaps from Cornish Soapworks. I love the names of the soaps; … Continue reading

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Winter Staple: Squash!

Northeastern Native Americans grew pumpkins and other squashes; they roasted or boiled them, and, at times, preserved the flesh as conserves in syrup. New England settlers were not impressed by the Native Americans’ squash until they had to survive the … Continue reading

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Home-grown Peppers in December!

My peppers had a slow start in the community garden this year. Too much rain. When frost was threatening, and they were in flower, I dug this plant up and brought it inside. Peppers love sun and my window only … Continue reading

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