October 8, 2017
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Found Delicious New Recipe for Eggplants with Grits 

Looking for a new way to eat eggplants from my garden and I wanted to incorporate grits I found a terrific recipe @ https://eatsimplefood.com/roasted-eggplant-peppers-and-feta-over-polenta/ . This made the perfect taste combination with my Traeger wood fired whole chicken and baked … Continue reading

July 1, 2017
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2017 Vegetable Garden Starting to Kick into High Production

Pruning plants, weeding and redistribution of my drip system sprinklers as the plants grow has my vegetables really producing healthy hearty produce. Very nice going out in the morning collecting herbs like basil, chives and tomatoes to accentuate breakfast. Then … Continue reading

June 10, 2017
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Vegetable Garden 2017 Progressing Producing 

Picked out 5×5 gallon buckets of weeds from the vegetable garden today and noticed the gardens are progressing nicely. Here are some current pictures: Prior to weeding Prior to weeding After weeding After weeding  After weeding Baby zucchini squash  Cucumber … Continue reading

March 19, 2017
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2017 Garden Laid Out and Ready

Finished laying out my vegetable garden for 2017 I was rushed into due to mint plants threatening to overwhelm the garden even though I decimated the mints last year. I guess the mint battle will continue as long as I … Continue reading

May 14, 2016
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2016 Vegetable Garden Happenings

Well the 2016 garden is off to a very nice start. Already I have been feasting on the swiss chards that are replants from last year. As the swiss chard replants from last year go to seed they will be … Continue reading

March 27, 2016
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Darryl Hoytt 2016 Vegetable Garden Open for Business

Well this year’s vegetable garden is ready for business and as of now looks pretty good with some starter vegetables some new and some transplants from last year. The transplants from last year are the Swiss chard and chives, rosemary … Continue reading