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Monday, July 30, 2012
Mary Mazzoni writes for Earth911.com , and came up with these great uses for when your Apples, Tomatoes, Summer Squash, cucumbers and banana's get a bit ripe. Don't throw them out- use them!
5 Tasty Recipes for Overripe Produce
Monday, July 16, 2012
Arts-A-Glow Burien’s fabulous lantern festival and parade is September 8th, 5:00-10:00 PM at Dottie Harper Park We will again be participating by putting up lanterns all over the garden, so it will be lit when everyone parades by. We need some volunteers to help light the garden at dusk, and help tak them down after the parade goes by. And it would be so cool if we could get some folks to make some lanterns. Any ideas? We could meet up a week before to make lanterns if anyone is interested! If interested email Rob
Thursday, July 5, 2012
For our 3rd annual B-Patch Gardeners day, coinciding with World Kitchen Gardeners Day on Sunday August 26, 2012
More info is coming, here are a few words from the KGI World Kitchen Gardeners Day webpage:
"World Kitchen Garden Day is an annual, decentralized celebration of food produced on a human-scale. It is recognized each year on the 4th Sunday of August. It is an opportunity for people around the world to gather in their gardens with friends, family, and members of their local community to celebrate the multiple pleasures and benefits of home-grown, hand-made foods.Background:
KGI initiated Kitchen Garden Day in 2003 as a healthy response to "Snack Food Month" organized by the International Snack Food Association each February. The thinking was that if the makers of potato chips, pretzels and fluorescent orange cheese doodles could spend 28 days and millions of dollars promoting their foods, the world's kitchen gardeners should be able to have at least a day for celebrating theirs.
Usually we have some garden demo's, and a big old potluck. So start thinking of your demo's, and planning what to bring. Of course this event is open to gardeners, their families and invited guests.