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Garlic History 101 The word Garlic comes from Old English garleac, meaning “spear leek”.  It dates back over 6,000 years, and it is native to Central Asia. Throughout ancient history, the primary use of garlic was for its health and medicinal properties.  The Greek physician Hippocrates prescribed it to treat all kinds of illnesses. Egyptians worshiped garlic and …

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Butternut Squash

Autumn is here, and I always manage to stockpile a variety of squash. Butternut squash is one of my favorites; however, I also enjoy spaghetti squash, acorn squash, etc.  Today I want to focus on butternut squash because it’s the most versatile in soups. Squash has always been highly valued and widely cultivated by indigenous people in …

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Salmon for the win!

I used to fish at least three days a week.  I loved everything about fishing and being on a boat, even when it rained.  I was lucky enough to have a fishing boat that had covering.  It came in useful when I was out on a slow day and wanted to play cribbage between bites. We fished on the …

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