‘gardening’

Fitness Friday: Take A Walk with Me

By Lisa Christie on 04/05/2013

The down drop of the blackbird, The wing catch of arrested flight, The stop midway and then off: off for triangles, circles, loops of new hieroglyphs— This is April’s way: a woman: “O yes, I’m here again and your heart knows I was coming. -Carl Sandburg It’s been a long winter just about everywhere, and Vermont has been no exception. […] Read more »

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Moving without Exercising

By Robyn Priebe on 03/28/2012

This past weekend I spent at least 5 hours in my garden shoveling and raking.  I would have kept going since I love it so much, but at a certain point in the evening you’ve just got to go inside.  I was rewarded with sore muscles all over my ribs, one of those areas were I rarely have sore muscles.  […] Read more »

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Healthy Cooking Thursday – Grow Your Herb Garden

By Chef Lisa on 06/02/2011

Memorial Day is the unofficial start of the gardening season in Vermont, so I thought I would dedicate this week’s post to the easiest edibles you could grow. After all, I don’t pretend to have a very green thumb, and even I haven’t killed too many herb plants! Why grow herbs? For one thing, herbs can be thrown into nearly […] Read more »

Cooking with Beans

By Robyn Priebe on 08/18/2010

Last night I spent some time shelling the beans I grew this year.  When I grow my own food, I am MUCH more motivated to make sure I eat it right away.  Granted dried beans can last a long time, but there's no way I'm putting these beauties in the back of the pantry to be forgotten about, like I may […] Read more »

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