Tag Archives: Radicchio

Lovely Lettuces

Believe it or not, my mother wanted me to carry a large head of lettuce for my bridal bouquet. “It would be beautiful,” she said, “I have always pictured it!” A head of lettuce is indeed a beautiful thing – in … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day

Here’s the note from a neighbor I found under my door on Mother’s Day morning. “Happy Mother’s Day!…Don’t worry about your rhubarb…it will return and, in the meanwhile, we have enough in our garden for you to pick anytime you … Continue reading

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What’s Up

A version of this post appeared on Eating Well Magazine’s website There’s an old Vermonter’s adage that you plant seeds on Town Meeting Day. It’s a big day: not only do we practice direct democracy here (we’ve dragged our kids to … Continue reading

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First Seeds

March 12: The clocks sprang ahead this morning, and, dare I say it,  it feels as if the second snowiest winter on record in Vermont could be starting to fade —  with a rush of melting snow, flooded fields, and … Continue reading

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