Creamy Tomato, Cucumber, and Dill Salad

Creamy Tomato, Cucumber, and Dill Salad

Summer is certainly over. The leaves are turning, the nights are chillier, and my garden is beginning it’s slow sad demise. All except the cucumbers and cherry tomatoes. They are still hanging on strong! And there are way more than I can seem to keep up with. Which is saying…

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30+ Garden Fresh Recipes

Growing vegetables can be a very rewarding hobby. Obviously you get great produce out of the gig but you also learn to be patient and attentive to the little things in life. For me, I find it therapeutic and calming as well.  The only dilemma is, what do you do…

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Cucumber Margartia

Cucumber Margarita

I will begin by saying this, you have to like cucumbers to like this drink. That may seem quite obvious to you, but to me, well, I can’t imagine why anyone wouldn’t want such a delicious cocktail made from scratch! Surprisingly, rugged menfolk who regularly drink whiskey straight and beer…

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Meanwhile, Back at the Garden. August 2015

“So how’s your garden going, Malia?” “Terrible! Just Terrible!!” I know right? Woe, is me. Nothing is growing in my garden…. ok that’s obviously not true. Nothing is growing according to plan….. hmmmmm also not true. Nothing is growing according to expectation. A ha! That’s the one! Man it’s been…

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How Does My Garden Grow: Cucumber

Why I grow it: Cucumbers taste like summer! If you’re going to call yourself a vegetable gardener, you should grow cucumbers! They’re easy to grow and prolific in their fruiting! There’s nothing to it except the satisfaction of fresh crisp cucs! How to grow it: First, you have to decide…

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Small Town Girl’s Favorite Finds

Welcome back to another fabulous edition of Small Town Girl’s Favorite Finds. I hope your week is going well! Here’s a little blog love for some of my absolute favorite posts from last week. I hope you enjoy. Also check out the Pinterest board for more fabulous finds! First up:…

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