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How I Am Using The BIG TIMEOUT

How I Am Using The BIG TIMEOUT

| April 5, 2020 | 2 Replies

Kaye shares setting up her apartment alone during the Coronavirus lockdown.

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Follow My Journey

Follow My Journey

| December 24, 2019 | Reply

Follow My Journey I got pretty comfortable developing my garden over the last seven years, but now my home of 25 years where the idea of Late Bloomer was born is on the market, and putting it there in November I knew was going to be risky. So, I’ve stepped outside my comfort zone, and […]

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Savor the Harvest!

Savor the Harvest!

| September 29, 2019 | Reply

In a recent video, “Savor the Harvest,” I taste test my two fig varieties, plum liqueur, a hot chili from Sicily, harvest calyxes from roselle hibiscus and much more. It is a video I hope you will watch, like and share. I share this newspaper clipping of my mother, who is going downhill fast. Her […]

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Sugarcane Chicken Kabobs

Sugarcane Chicken Kabobs

| September 18, 2019 | Reply

My guest, Jacq Davis, master gardener and chef, makes Sugarcane Chicken Kabobs in the first part of a series of videos during Jacq’s recent visit. She selected a recipe to utilize the sugarcane I had just harvested in the garden. I hope you enjoy this mouthwatering recipe. Sugarcane Chicken Kabobs ~ Ingredients ~ 16 slices […]

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July Brings a Bounty of Plums!

July Brings a Bounty of Plums!

| July 3, 2019 | Reply

July brings a bounty of plums! It seems the busier I get, the one thing that gets short shrift is my blog. So many amazing things have happened since I last posted that I don’t know where to begin. But, here’s the most exciting… My channel will hit 40,000 subscribers tomorrow July 4th! I’m very […]

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Father’s Day Brunch Recipes

Father’s Day Brunch Recipes

| June 26, 2018 | 2 Replies

Father’s Day Brunch Recipes Watch my epic cooking video from the garden and come back here for the recipes! Kaye’s Crustless Vegetable Quiche Mix or beat on low speed: 1/2 c. mayonaise 1/2 c. milk 2 tbl. flour 2 eggs Add: 10-14 oz. grated swiss, or other firm cheese Then add: 1 1/2 c. sweet potato […]

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Braised Chard Southern Style

Braised Chard Southern Style

| April 4, 2018 | Reply

Sunday I made Braised Chard Southern Style. I bought Charlotte Chard seeds Gina from Open Circle Seeds at the National Heirloom Expo last September. I planted them in a small planter, and had gorgeous leaves in need of eating. The fog had rolled in and I had a hankering for some Southern comfort food. I hope […]

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I Can’t Do Dishes, But I Can Edit

I Can’t Do Dishes, But I Can Edit

| January 29, 2018 | Reply

At least, I can edit. I can’t do dishes, but I can edit. Of all the various things I initially thought I wouldn’t be able to do with a broken right arm, edit videos was at the top of the list. I wondered, for the first ten days, most of which were spent in acute […]

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There’s Something About Planting Seeds

There’s Something About Planting Seeds

| January 6, 2018 | 4 Replies

There’s something about planting seeds. You’ve probably heard this one: if a woman remembered how painful childbirth is, she wouldn’t have a second baby. No matter how devastating losing a crop to weather, disease or pest, you always want to plant more seeds. If you’re able. I’ve been instructed to rest. With my right arm […]

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Time Stands Still

Time Stands Still

| January 1, 2018 | 14 Replies

Time stands still when you are sick, or injured. If you are not following me on social media, exactly eight days ago I was hit by a ski lift chair in Idaho on our first family vacation in three years. That’s me in my first new ski suit in ten years getting oxygen. This shouldn’t […]

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