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The latest post from Mar Vista’s Bounty Hunter is available from Patch.com. Get the lowdown on those funky orange fruits that are all over the markets these days. Find out what they are and what to
do with them:
The latest post from Mar Vista’s Bounty Hunter is live and ready for your perusal. Find great ideas for cooking and decorating with pumpkins and other beautiful fall winter squash varieties:
The latest post from Mar Vista’s Bounty Hunter is up and running on Patch.com. It’s grape season, and here’s how to enjoy them:
The latest post of fabulous finds at the Mar Vista Farmers’ Market is ready for your viewing pleasure. Find out the skinny on Fat Uncle Farms blistered almonds:
The latest post from Mar Vista’s Bounty Hunter is reading for your reading delights. Get the lowdown on local honey, along with some great uses in sweet and savory treats:
The latest post from Mar Vista’s Bounty Hunter is ready for your eyes. Find out where dates come from, and how we get them locally in So. Cal:
Ocean View Farms is my second home, where I’ve been growing food for 13 years. Now it’s time to give back, so I’m helping them win a grant from DeLoach Community Gardens. You can help too – just read
The latest post on Mar Vista Patch is here just in time for your holiday meal plans. Check out some great recipe ideas with farm-fresh ingredients:
There is only so much room in the refrigerator, and Swiss Chard can take up a lot of that precious space. Those bright colorful stems usually have to “go away” in order to fit a batch of chard into
the vegetable drawer (which is fine with me, since I don’t care for the stems anyway). I recently found a recipe that uses up all that chard in a tasty pie that lasts for a few meals.
We’ve been answering Ask Gardenerd questions on the sly lately, but this one seemed like it would benefit other gardenerds who love their tools:
“Can you suggest a good garden furrower? The old single wheel in front style?”
I don’t have a garden big enough for a tiller/furrower so I don’t have personal experience with one, but I noticed that most of the furrowers out there attach to giant monster tillers. Before we
move on, a momentary side bar about tilling since we’re on the subject: