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With so much of the nation's food supply concentrated in the "Shake and Bake" state, its good weather is bad news for us all.
Raspberry's are high in antioxidants and therefore offer significant health benefits.
Spring is almost here, believe it or not. With the winter most of us had, we are all battered from the weather.
Most peach trees, such as this Red Baron variety, were not in full bloom during the latest bout of freezing weather and so were probably not damaged.
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Homegrown strawberries are a billion times better tasting than the hard, rarely ripe, flavorless selection in the supermarket.
Popcorn has gotten a bad rap lately. But it can be a fiber-rich snack that can help lower your LDL cholesterol -- if you prepare it correctly.
The word "juice" used to conjure up images of drinks that were orange, yellow, even red or purple, but today, the hottest color in juice is green.
Pruning is important in fruit tree production as it enhances the quality of your fruit.
A cultural truth: if you're celebrating a Jewish holiday, someone's been spending quality time in the kitchen to make it happen.
Come to the Holden Arboretum in Kirtland, Ohio on Saturday, March 22 or Sunday, March 23 and enjoy a tasty pancake breakfast with all the trimmings and then walk off all those calories when you participate in a guided Spring hike around the Arboretum grounds.
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The entire southwest and Texas is getting hit particularly hard right now. High pressure off the west coast continues to prevent any rain from entering the southwest United States, unlike the Pacific Northwest and northern California where recent significant rainfall has helped ease drought conditions.
Each spring brings bright new rose varieties for the rose enthusiasts to add to the garden.
AccuWeather.com reports despite a few recent rounds of rain, extreme to exceptional drought maintains its tight grasp on the state of California.