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Autumn Harvest: Fresh Sweet Pickled Peppers

Summer is finally winding down, even in the hot, dirty South.  And I’ll admit that it gives me a little ache in my heart to see it go, just the same as every year that came before this one.  I … Continue reading

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Fickle Weather and Tomato Blossom End Rot

It seems like it’s taken forever to get a good supply of tomatoes coming in from the garden.  It’s not that we didn’t start them early enough in the spring.  It’s not because we transplanted them outdoors too late. It’s … Continue reading

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The Amazing Perennial Peppers

Back when the first frosts were hitting last fall, there were still some lovely pepper plants in their prime in the garden—lush green leaves, lots of fruits, just wonderfully happy plants.  (Go ahead and blame it on me for starting … Continue reading

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