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Nutritionists from the University of Maryland Medical Center regularly contribute a guest post. The latest post is from Catherine Schroeder, dietetic intern. Spring showers inspire the growth of a colorful array of fruits and vegetables to decorate your...
There's nothing worse than meeting someone and realizing that your breath smells like the tuna you had for lunch, stale coffee, or worse. What you eat and poor oral hygiene are the main causes of halitosis, or bad breath. When you think about it, the...
Tags: Apples, Dental Health, Halitosis, Parsley, Garlic
If there's one thing gardeners like to share more than tomatoes, it's tips. And nobody has more of those than folks who think about gardening all day long, whose inboxes fill with gardening information and who talk to experts constantly. Now that spring...
Q: I have two five-year-old wisteria vines that I have been trying to get rid of for several years. I have tried cutting them back to a stub, I have drilled holes in the stubs and poured bleach, total weed kill and other sorts of products and still they...
Tags: Tools, Carrots, Cabbage, Tools and Hardware, Inventories
WSBT-TVThose who live off the land do so at nature's mercy and after a disastrous drought, farming, for some, is a bleak business. But what if the weather didn't matter? Inside a New Buffalo warehouse, growers couldn't care less if it's cloudy, sunny, rainy,...
Contributing WriterLocal homegrown strawberries will be arriving at the market soon. To celebrate, we will mark May 25 as Berry Blast Saturday. Complimentary strawberry shortcake samples will be offered to our patrons. Our local schools will be competing in a Farmers&...
Tags: Butter, Whole Wheat Bread, Cinnamon, Cornbread, Strawberries
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- It's called the "90 percent problem" -- the percentage of autistic adults who are either unemployed or underemployed. Green Bridge Growers, a startup business at Innovation Park at Notre Dame, is working on a solution. The company is...
Q: I've noticed a considerable amount of onion grass in my lawn as well as loads of it in other neighbors' yards. Is it because of the scant snow we had? And what's the best way to eradicate it? —Nick A: Two common weeds are wild onion and wild...
Rainbow Thai 5 Bridge Square, Westport, (203) 557-9000, rainbowthaict.com When someone told me that there was a good Thai restaurant in Westport, I didn't believe it. But it's true. Tucked into Peter's Bridge Corner, not looking like much from the...
Tags: Peppers, Dining and Drinking, Mussels, Onions, Papayas
Contributing WriterMarket Day last Saturday was a repeat of the previous one. There were breezy and chilly temperatures but, thankfully, no rain. In addition to all the wonderful fresh goodies to be found at the 2013 outdoor farmers’ market, this year looks to be an...
Tags: Cinnamon, Cornbread, Strawberries, Sourdough Bread, Tomatoes
It’s the season for brighter, fresher flavors. The tangy sweetness of strawberries, the tender grassiness of just picked asparagus, the refreshing sharpness of sorrel and the spice of young garlic and onions are just what we’re longing for...
Tags: Butter, Strawberries, Asparagus, Tomatoes, Appetizers
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