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Most gardeners around here grow tomatoes, and now is the time when the avalanche begins. While some of the heirlooms may not begin bearing ..read more
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Ah, summertime! Among the many pleasures of the summer months is the arrival of peaches, which are just now making their debut from South ..read more
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East Tennessee Food Blog by John Tullock - 2M ago
Early June peas provide some good eating, even if they arrive early because of a warmer-then-usual month of May. I planted my favorite ..read more
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East Tennessee Food Blog by John Tullock - 2M ago
We are almost at the end of the asparagus season in East Tennessee. Now is a good time to make asparagus quiche. It is great for a Sunday ..read more
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East Tennessee Food Blog by John Tullock - 4M ago
The first asparagus spears always seem to appear around Tax Day here in the Valley. This year has been no exception, and we are harvesting ..read more
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East Tennessee Food Blog by John Tullock - 4M ago
Now is the time for East Tennessee gardeners to plant cool season crops. It will soon be too late for transplanting cabbage and broccoli, ..read more
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East Tennessee Food Blog by John Tullock - 5M ago
Traditionally, St. Patrick's Day was the day to plant potatoes in East Tennessee. However, this year the day falls on Sunday, and none of ..read more
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Although we are in for a spate of cold weather, maybe two, before we are done, heavy rains during the month of February, followed by a warm ..read more
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East Tennessee Food Blog by John Tullock - 6M ago
Winters here in the Tennessee Valley are often mild. Snow in the forecast sends people rushing to the grocery store for provisions, even if ..read more
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East Tennessee Food Blog by John Tullock - 7M ago
Welcome to February, known to the Cherokee as the "Starving Moon." It was a time when stored food was running low, but the spring greens ..read more

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