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Say Yes to Oysters

Say Yes to Oysters

Oysters are one of the many polarizing things in our world, and although the distinction between “oyster eater” and “non-oyster eater” will not decide any wars, it is an important one in the culinary world. Until last week, I was unsure which camp I fell in to. I was invited to try oysters for the […]

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Plant a Pizza

Plant a Pizza

Pepperoni doesn’t grow on trees, but plenty of other pizza ingredients can be grown in your own backyard! It is the perfect time of year to clear a raised bed or to grab some colorful pots for an easy and edible garden. Growing the ingredients to make pizza’s at home from freshly harvested herbs and […]

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Chocolate Chip Cookies

Chocolate Chip Cookies

I was all set to write up a healthy, spring-time recipe, full of vegetables this past weekend. But then I got a craving for chocolate chip cookies, and that idea quickly dissolved (I love vegetables, but sometimes dessert trumps them). Cookies were one of the first things I made on my own. I watched, then […]

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Walking Through Davis History

Walking Through Davis History

  Hi.  I’m Walking Bob, and my friend, Donna Caldwell, encouraged me to get to know a woman named Gerri Adler who does historical walking tours of downtown Davis.  It turns out that the timing was perfect because Gerri is conducting a tour on Saturday, May 21 at 2:00 p.m. I met Gerri at Lasting […]

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A Day on the Farm

A Day on the Farm

A Day on the Farm Learn, Eat & Celebrate! Sunday • May 22 • 10am – 4pm • $5 American • River Ranch Next to Hagan Park • Rancho Cordova  The Day’s Events Include: Farm Stand Purchase fresh, local, organic vegetables & fruit Organic Plant Sale Cooking Classes Farm Tours & Nature Walks Workshops Kid’s […]

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Pence Garden Tour Part 2

Pence Garden Tour Part 2

The Pence Gallery 20th Annual Garden Tour had, as always, a wonderful collection of gardens just full of ideas made to inspire gardeners. But in addition to the things many of us are wanting to replicate in our own gardens (I already have basil planted in a basket bed!) there were a number of very […]

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