Tag: nasturtium

Frankly Remarkable Balancing Act

Frankly Remarkable Balancing Act

| May 14, 2018 | 2 Replies

My frankly remarkable balancing act began in late January when I got a call offering me a part in a play. I wasn’t even driving yet, after the injury I sustained on Schweitzer Mountain on Christmas Eve. In fact, I was spending days mostly just getting showered and dressed, which took forever, fed (a very generous […]

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Voile on Brassicas and Cushaw Recipe

Voile on Brassicas and Cushaw Recipe

| April 19, 2016 | 2 Replies

Voile on Brassicas and Cushaw Recipe in the latest Late Bloomer! Kaye reveals her new trapezoid raised bed, uses voile instead of garden cloth on brassicas to protect against cabbage moths laying eggs, and shares Mee Tracy McCormick’s cushaw squash recipe for Cushaw Cashew Bisque. See Mee’s segment on More at Mid-day WSMV, Nashville, TN, […]

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An Oscar-worthy Homegrown Brunch

An Oscar-worthy Homegrown Brunch

| February 29, 2016 | Reply

While all of Hollywood prepped for the Oscar festivities on Sunday, I prepared myself an Oscar-worthy homegrown brunch. The unexpectedly sizzling February propelled my arugula, lettuce and radishes to bolt. And my few, thin asparagus spears were about to flower, as well. Time for another 20-minute meal! Here’s how it all went down…quickly! I took a […]

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Flowers for Mothers

Flowers for Mothers

| May 14, 2012 | 3 Replies

Because our internet service was down all yesterday, Mother’s Day, I was not able to post this. I had intended to write that, because Mother’s Day is so closely associated with flowers – indeed, I received a flower arrangement – I would set aside my preoccupation with vegetables for a day and post the newest […]

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