Browsing All Posts published on »April, 2012«

Using free web services to plan and coordinate a garden

April 29, 2012

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For all the flack companies like Google get for their omnipresence throughout the world wide web, they do provide Internet users with free services that can make garden planning and task coordination far more effective than some of the other, more tradition means of data transmission. In the past few years, I’ve found that using […]

No-Bake Vegan Chocolate Coconut Macaroons

April 24, 2012

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I know it’s been awhile since my last post. I apologize for my lacking blog presence lately. I’m just weeks away from graduating from my master’s program and in the midst of starting up the Learning Garden at Waltham Fields, so my focus has been elsewhere. However, expect to see a plethora of new entries […]

Brussels Sprouts, Two Ways

April 10, 2012

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via Waltham Fields Community Farm blog: As I was walking over to my newly-assigned garden plot at Green Rows of Waltham, I took a moment to watch the birds combing what appeared to be a field of old Brussels sprout stalks at the farm. It was then that I remembered purchasing a big bag of […]

Foraging with Russ Cohen, Part I: Stinging Nettles

April 7, 2012

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Shortly before receiving the delightful news of my garden plot assignment last Sunday, I was out scouring the forest floor of a nearby reservation site for stinging nettles. Let me backtrack. I met Russ about a year and a half ago at a Waltham Fields’ potluck. Without knowing who he was, we struck up a […]

I will be GROWing after all :D

April 3, 2012

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UPDATED: 4/5/2012 This post SO deserves to have an emoticon in the title. “Why?” you ask? BEE-cause I received word this past Sunday that I will be allotted a GROW plot this year! *booty ‘n finger-shaking happy dance* The “acquisition” of this plot pretty much means I can continue growing there until I move outta […]

French Lentil Salad

April 2, 2012

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via Waltham Fields Community Farm blog (the other blog I write for): I am a girl on the go. Between grad school, part-time jobs, and the return of gardening season, only so much of my day can be dedicated to the many, ever-changing culinary adventures I dream up. So when it comes to actually getting […]