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I planted my raspberry plant in the spring last year, but I do not remember the variety. I live in southern California. It flowered last year and again this year. I do have fruits that formed, but they look like they are incomplete. Why is this happening?...
Lehigh Valley ParentingA new study says that watching just nine minutes of "SpongeBob SquarePants" can lead to short-term attention span and learning problems in 4-year-olds. The study, published by The American Academy of Pediatrics, had 60 4-year-olds watch either a fast-...
LA Times MagazineNothing’s better in August than a tall, cold one—see how bartenders across the U.S. take the pause that refreshes....
Bucktown / Wicker ParkPink peonies, baked cheese, lettuce! RedEye ventured out to the market to chat with some vendors, most of whom arrive at 6 a.m. or 7 a.m. to set up and stay until about 2 p.m., or whenever they run out of products....
The Dish - Orlando SentinelOn a scorching day there is simply nothing better than crunching into a wedge of icy, sweet, juicy watermelon. And while Mother Nature has done a swell job of providing us with a ready-to-eat summer treat, creative home cooks have long known of this...
Daily DishRaspberry season is in full-swing here in Southern California. These little red gems are filling the stalls in farmers markets and grocery stores. Their bright color and sweet aroma are hard to resist. (I like to eat them like candy,......
L.A. at HomeThe North Hollywood Community Garden once fed its compost piles with manure from the adjacent high school's barnyard animals: rabbits, geese, chickens, goats, even a donkey and a pig. Alas, the poop is gone, or at least no longer easily accessible to...
Pruning can be an intimidating task, but it doesn't have to be. March and April are the ideal months to prune since your woody plants are still dormant, and the potential for insects or diseases damaging open wounds is minimal. Also with their leaves off,...
Are you thinking of adding berries to your garden this year? While shopping this weekend, I noticed our local stores have berries and grape plants for sale. Here are some varieties MSU educator Steve Fouch has recommended for the tip-of-the-mitt. If...
Tags: Strawberries, Michigan, Annapolis, Grapes, Blueberries
There's something fun, something sexy, something luscious about chocolate. So head to the kitchen and stir something up for Valentine's Day. What, you're afraid of a chunk of chocolate? Messed up too much of the sweet dark stuff? Join the club. Most...
Tags: Butter, Whipping Cream, Honey, Heavy Cream, Pies and Tarts
Marc Dixon, chef and owner of Bistro Blanc in Dayton, gets his berries from a nearby farm. This year's strawberries, he said, were "hands down, the best strawberries of my life. They were like strawberry candy." The strawberry season is just about over...
Los Angeles TimesCherries roasted with a little Armagnac oil add to the spectacular topping for this Berry Pavlova that includes blueberries, strawberries, blackberries and raspberries. The flavor is as rich and dramatic as the color. Enjoy! We're pretty sure you will be...
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