Monthly Archives: June 2018

Baby Artichokes with Garlic Scapes

I had never heard of using garlic scapes until a few years ago. The scape is the bud that starts to form at the top of garlic. This is removed late in June to encourage the bulb to get bigger.   … Continue reading

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What’s for Dinner? Sunday Link up #151

I don’t know about you, but I sure have been enjoying the sunshine and summer greenery. I hang out on my deck to work and listen to the birds. And then suddenly it smacks me on the head…that nagging question… … Continue reading

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Ribs – Carolina, Memphis or St. Louis? What’s the Difference?

I love ribs. I keep hearing ads on TV that say – “Carolina Ribs” or “St. Louis Style Ribs” – but what does that mean? How are they different? Well, I decided to do a little research, play with the … Continue reading

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