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Backyard

Backyard

Is Charleston ripe for citrus? Despite challenges, some backyard enthusiasts think so
Like Sheriff, some start on a whim, while others love key limes or want their children to see how fruit grows. Cris and Dr. Robert Cain received an orange tree from a pharmaceutical sales representative as a Christmas gift in 1994. The Cains planted it in …
News story posted on 2016-10-15T19:43:00

 

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Lack of Sun






Lack of Sun Lack of sun, wet weather forces home gardeners to hold off planting summer fruit and veges Heavy rainfall and a lack of sunshine across the country is dampening the mood of home gardeners, who have had to delay planting summer fruit and vegetables. Nothing says Christmas like fresh strawberries, but the fruit… Continue Reading

Billie Holiday Fruit






Billie Holiday Fruit Billie Holiday’s Strange Fruit retains its flavour 80 years on John Hammond was a difficult man to intimidate. Best remembered for his radical 1961 punt on a rambling Jewish protest singer who couldn’t quite hold a tune — that being Robert Zimmerman, aka Bob Dylan — Hammond was well known for taunting… Continue Reading

Christmas Recipe






Christmas Recipe 12 Kid Friendly Christmas Recipes That Are Super Easy to Make From fruit-laden pudding, cake and mince pies to sprouts and stuffing, Christmas food can often be better suited to older palates. But it’s nice to have a few recipes up your sleeve that the whole family can enjoy. This holiday season, let… Continue Reading

Nerdist Industries






Eat These NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS Wreath Cookies Before They Eat YouAll hail to the Pumpkin King! Nightmare Before Christmas Wreath Cookies You’ll need: -Red hots -Dried mango -Black food gel dye -Dried coconut -Fruit roll up Ingredients: Prep a baking sheet with a silpat or wax paper. In a large pan melt the butter and… Continue Reading