Tag: squash seeds
Leftover corn cobs from Halloween and Thanksgiving don’t need to be thrown away. You may wonder can chickens eat corn cobs? Yes they can. They can be used to make
Growing butternut squash from seed, which is categorized as a winter squash, is similar to that of pumpkins, cantaloupe and cucumbers.
A successful gardening season means you’re probably drowning in produce. And you don’t want it to go right into the compost pile. So how do you store all this stuff?
Countryside Magazine Contributor
By Nancy Pierson Farris
Photos by Don Farris
When sunny summer days arrive, I think summer squash. Summer squash are low in calories (15 per half cup) and they contain the phytochemical
Three pies sat on my table. A sweetly spiced aroma wafted through the room while condensation glistened atop the baked custard. Freshly whipped cream with speckles of black vanilla bean
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