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Waiting for Results, by Beverly Hicks Burch

Waiting for Results A couple of years ago Tall & Handsome and I tried our hand for the first time at container gardening. I saw him enjoy a new hobby and it was good for me to do something I had loved for so long. I had majored in horticulture at a local community college… Continue reading Waiting for Results, by Beverly Hicks Burch

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April Showers Brought…, by Beverly Hicks Burch

April Showers Brought… By Beverly Hicks Burch It hasn’t been a dry spring here in Bama. We’ve had our fair share of showers in April…and May and so far even in June. This is good news considering the drought situation we endured a few of years ago. According to my favorite weather people, James Spann… Continue reading April Showers Brought…, by Beverly Hicks Burch

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Container Gardening – Continued… By Beverly Hicks Burch

Container Gardening – Continued… By Beverly Hicks Burch I decided to try my hand at a little container gardening this year. Right now I have a huge sunny deck for all of my pots…and it seems to be paying off. I’ve mentioned my love for fresh summer tomatoes, so this year I’m trying several different… Continue reading Container Gardening – Continued… By Beverly Hicks Burch

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On the Menu at The BamaSteelMagnolia’s(TM) Bistro – Fusilli with Corn, Roasted Bell Pepper and Basil

If you’re looking for something new, tasty and light with pasta that’s just right for spring and summer you might want to check out Fusilli with Corn, Roasted Bell Pepper and Basil over at The BamaSteelMagnolia’s(TM) Bistro. Yum!

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A Day in the Sun, by Beverly Hicks Burch

A Day in the Sun By Beverly Hicks Burch My granddaddy McGee could make a stick grow. To say he had a green thumb was an understatement. It seems he got his green thumb from his Momma, Rebecca Shaffer McGee of Lawrence County, Tennessee. Now, where her green thumb came from I’d be hard press… Continue reading A Day in the Sun, by Beverly Hicks Burch