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I already have my bee attracting seeds for this year. Borage, which is bee crack, and squash. Multiple bees on these blossoms last year. I had no issues with pollination per creating a little bee heaven in my garden and surrounding yard. I encourage everyone to take advantage as bees are an integral factor in creating a productive garden. Hand pollination can be done, but why not use the tools nature provided to help out?
Stuffed Winter Squash - Serves 8
2 Buttercup or similar type winter squash.
Carve off the top, scoop out and discard the seeds. If wobbly, cut off a thin slice of the very bottom of the squash to even out. Salt the inside of the squashes with half of the salt. Set oven to 400 degrees.
1T Butter, cut in half. Put one piece in the bottom of each squash.
1/2 LB ground pork. You can purchase plain and season yourself, but I use mildly seasoned pork.
So colorful, very little fat and a ton of flavor. I made this recipe as is, not changes.
Today, it's a walk. Outside. In the middle of the afternoon. Unseasonably warm temperatures beam happiness, a reminder to do a quick gratitude exercise. All the worker bees are busy working. Strolling through new construction, I am passed by friendly contractors driving from site to site. Penned dogs chat as I pass, looking to play. Usually, I am wearing my headphones, by today I just wanted to get lost in my neighborhood, instead of the beats.
Hit my personal best this year, working out. Using my Polar HR watch as a guide, I burned well over 600 calories in an hour of cardio time. I watched three 20 minute videos. I do low impact cardio as high impact exercises leave my body with a longer recovery time. Plus, I don't appreciate all the bouncing.
Winter sowing sounds wonderful when you live in a home with limited space to start seeds. However, how much winter is too much for this method? Winter sowing, simply put, is planting seeds outdoors in the winter in a mini-greenhouse environment and let mother nature encourage germination in her own time. For a more detailed overview, visit http://www.wintersown.org/ I am also curious about the rate of growth compared to a seed started indoors.
I can't count how many times I listen to this song since it was released in 2011. The video is interesting visually, and different than any video I had seen before. Besides, who can't relate to feeling this way after the end of a relationship? If we haven't felt this way, we've likely inflicted this sorrow on another. 2011 was a memorable year for music, for me personally. Adele, Lady Gaga...too many musical endeavors to count. If you are into electronica, I would recommend spending some time running through the different remixes of this Gotye track.
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