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C.L. Fornari is a speaker, writer, radio talk show host and gardening consultant
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Food

Rosemary Comes Indoors If you've grown rosemary in a pot outdoors in the summer, you'll want to bring it indoors for the winter. Once inside, don't let it get super dry. Herb people say that “A dry rosemary is a dead rosemary,” and indoors that's true. Clip springs off...

There are times when the garden produces a little of this and a little of that. In the fall, I pick about a cup or two of small sprouts (tiny heads) off the broccoli plants every other day. The Maxibelle green beans are still producing a...

Even as the gardening season moves toward a killing frost there can be a bounty of vegetables to harvest. Today I went into the garden to ask "What's for dinner?" and here is just part of what I found. [caption id="attachment_18505" align="aligncenter" width="660"] Today I harvested Costata Romanesco...

AKA: What to do with leftover sweet potatoes or yams. I had some garnet yams left over last week, so I decided to make them into cakes. These were so successful that I will go out of my way to prepare them again! [caption id="attachment_18465" align="aligncenter" width="660"]...

It is late September and I'm still harvesting the freshest, most tasty food on earth. But at this time of year there is less of it. A small summer squash or two instead of ten to twelve. Side shoots of broccoli instead of several large...

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