Monthly Archives: November 2018

DOA In The Virtual Garden

How about an Oriental poppy, so beautiful and delicate as paper? If you like Christmas Cactus (and the variants) it’s hard to find the colors you want, as local nurseries tend to sell them without much fanfare or selection.    … Continue reading

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What’s Cooking Wednesday

From The Kitchn,  How to make No-Kneed Bread.  It looks very nice! From King Arthur Flour, ways to enhance your pumpkin pie.   I like the idea of putting the mixed pumpkin and spices in the fridge overnight to let … Continue reading

Posted in Cheesy Potato Casserole, Glazed Ham, Ground Beef Enchiladas, No Knead Bread, One Skiller Ground Beef Stroganoff, Pumpkin Pie | Leave a comment


Playing catch up this week! Monday Manifest Last week it was revealed that 11 passengers whom “no one would miss” were taken away by some unknown agency to a farm.  They’re being experimented on, it seems to be pain tolerance … Continue reading

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DOA In The Virtual Garden

Here’s what looked lovely in the gardening world this week. From Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds, Purple Bok Choy.  I’ve never eaten Bok Choy, but I like the idea of ornamental edibles.   See below for a Baker Creek’s Catalog link. Also … Continue reading

Posted in Baker Creek, beans, bok choy, echinaceas, gaillardias, Garden Catalogs, garden cupboards, Harris Seeds, ornamental cabbages | Leave a comment