Edible berry of the tomato plant, Solanum lycopersicum
What does your soil need for a thriving garden? Today, America's Favorite Retired College Horticulture Professor, Debbie Flower, tackles your questions about what you should add - or not add - to your soil. And it's winter tomato time! What? You can grow tomatoes in the winter? What do you need to grow tomatoes in the winter? The right environment - a greenhouse with a heater is ideal - and the right tomato varieties, for tomato growing winter success. Today, it's winter tomato tips!We're podcasting from Barking Dog Studios here in the beautiful Abutilon Jungle in Suburban Purgatory. It's the Garden Basics with Farmer Fred podcast, brought to you today by Smart Pots and Dave Wilson Nursery. Let's go!Previous episodes, show notes, links, product information, and transcripts at the home site for Garden Basics with Farmer Fred, GardenBasics.net. Transcripts and episode chapters also available at BuzzsproutPictured: winter tomatoes in the greenhouse (with hanging whitefly traps) Links: Subscribe to the free, Beyond the Garden Basics Newsletter https://gardenbasics.substack.com Smart Pots https://smartpots.com/fred/ Dave Wilson Nursery https://www.davewilson.com/home-garden/Soil Test Services:UMass Amherst Soil TestColorado State U soil testTexas A&M Soil TestFarmer Fred Rant Blog: Growing Winter TomatoesYellow Sticky Traps for Whitefly ControlGot a garden question? • Leave an audio question without making a phone call via Speakpipe, at https://www.speakpipe.com/gardenbasics• Call or text us the question: 916-292-8964. • Fill out the contact box at GardenBasics.net• E-mail: email@example.com All About Farmer Fred: The GardenBasics.net websiteThe Garden Basics with Farmer Fred Newsletter, Beyond the Basics https://gardenbasics.substack.comFarmer Fred website: http://farmerfred.com Daily Garden tips and snark on Twitter https://twitter.com/farmerfredThe Farmer Fred Rant! Blog http://farmerfredrant.blogspot.comFacebook: "Get Growing with Farmer Fred" Instagram: farmerfredhoffman https://www.instagram.com/farmerfredhoffman/Farmer Fred Garden Minute Videos on YouTube As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases from possible links mentioned here.And thank you for listening.
What a world we live in. Where you can wake up to the news that scientists have genetically engineered mosquitos to deliver vaccines and it's not even surprising. If that were the only example of such technologies, it'd be bad enough. But, let's take a stroll down a few of the recent examples much like it. Because, you know, science is just gonna science. ----- Subscribe to the Social Disorder Substack to get all the links, extras and info for the podcast like the one you just listened to: https://thesocialdisorder.substack.com/ This episode is made possible by: BioPro+: https://bioproteintech.com/product/biopro-plus Take Back Alberta - TBA - : https://t.me/takebackalberta and The Canadian Story podcast: https://www.thecanadianstory.com/
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Today Lowell discusses Pierre Poilievre's comments in the House Of Commons yesterday regarding how the carbon tax makes the cost of a tomato grown locally in Manotick more expensive than one grown in and imported from Mexico. It makes no sense. And the listener/viewer agrees. Lowell is live weekdays at 2pm ET on www.BlastTheRadio.com and on Facebook, Twitch, Youtube and Twitter.
Sorry for the relatively short episode this week. I've been struggling with sleep more than usual recently, so you're getting a random assortment of short topics, including my experiences finally beating FTL with all ships, my frustration with Steam apparently deleting my Dicey Dungeons save, an upcoming spinoff of Crypt of the Necrodancer, and an interesting (but flawed) Pokemon fangame where you play as a gym leader! I also discuss my own Pokemon gym leader project that may or may not become its own series of episodes. Hope you're okay with a very sleep-deprived version of me rambling about all this and more! Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/sammobam Matinee Manatees: https://www.matineemanatees.com Tomatoes and Raspberries - A Movie Podcast: https://anchor.fm/tomatoesandraspberries
On this episode of the Modern Homesteading Podcast, Harold and Rachel Have A Conversation All About Why and How To Save and Store Seeds From Your Garden. The Modern Homesteading Podcast, Episode 157 – September 28, 2022 Topics Discussed In This Podcast Episode: Reasons For Saving SeedsSelf Sufficiency Save Money Preparedness Preserve Genetic Diversity To Pass on Skills To Future Generations Challenges of Seed SavingCross Pollination Hybrid Plants vs Heirloom Annual, Biennial, Perennial Difficulty Level of Certain Plants How To Save SeedsTomatoes and Cucumbers – Should be fermented Melons, Squash, Peppers Onions Lettuce, Arugula, Spinach, Turnips, Radish, Beets Beans and Peas How To Store The Seeds You Save or PurchasedPackets, Jars Properly Labeled Room Temperature Storage – Dry and Dark Refrigerator – Make Sure They Are Dry Freezer – carrots, parsnip, onions, and leeks How Long Do Seeds Stay Good? Depends on the Seed Type (example) Tomato and Beans – Years (example) Onion and Carrots – Months Depends on Storage Method Colder = Longer Links: (some links may be affiliate links) Rachel's Homemade Ketchup Recipe – https://www.rewilderlife.com/2022/09/13/roasted-tomato-and-wild-sorrel-ketchup/ Seed Savers Exchange – https://www.seedsavers.org/how-to-save-seeds Seed to Seed: Seed Saving and Growing Techniques for Vegetable Gardeners – https://amzn.to/3RumrvK Seed Envelopes – https://amzn.to/3xbeV0T How Long Can Seeds Be Stored and How Should You Store Them? – https://redemptionpermaculture.com/how-long-can-seeds-be-stored-and-how-should-you-store-them/ The Seed Garden: The Art and Practice of Seed Saving – https://amzn.to/3LN1KsU Food Safe Silica Packets – https://amzn.to/3fnCtJU Starting Seeds Indoors: Storey's Country Wisdom Bulletin A-104 (Storey Country Wisdom Bulletin) – https://amzn.to/3reVnoV Questions from The Homestead Front Porch: Peach trees – https://www.facebook.com/groups/HomesteadFrontPorch/posts/5315898295130618/ Fencing —this one got a lot of responses already… – https://www.facebook.com/groups/HomesteadFrontPorch/posts/5313353635385084/ Documenting the journey – https://www.facebook.com/groups/HomesteadFrontPorch/posts/5316161861770928
Today we take a bit of a dive into finding like-minded people should mean, if it is a good idea, and how to make community work. Livestream Schedule: Joel Ryals Live Tuesday at 2pm on my YT No Wednesday Live this week SRF Final Q & A Session Thursday at 7pm. SRF YT Hogget Tales from the Prepper Pantry FD Food is great for travel Tomato wall is disconnected and we are letting tomatoes ripen on the vines Auditing Pantry for On Site Food for SRF Staff Weekly Shopping Report from Joe We made this week's trip on Sunday, with three stops. Traffic seemed a little heavy, but it must have been church traffic, because the store parking lots seemed relatively empty. The first stop was Dollar Tree. Ginny on Homestead Corner said her Dollar Tree (somewhere in Maine) was running out of things, and holes were being masked by plastic items spread out on shelves, but I did not see that in ours. The Health aisle has still not been restocked, but everything else looks pretty full. Next was Home Depot. A 2x4x8 remains at $3.98. The battery carrels at checkout are only 1/3 full, but I noticed some additional islands with batteries. They may be switching things around, as the carrels are mostly Duracell and Ray-o-Vac, but the islands are Ever-ready (Energizer). The store is otherwise well-stocked. While getting some 3-in-1 oil, I found a 26" RainX wiper blade there for only $11, so snatched that up. If you need wiper blades, they don't have a lot of them, but if your Home Depot has your size, that's an excellent price. Aldi was last. I don't recall any notable price changes, but there seemed a lot less variety in the chips and snacks area. Produce looked good, the meat area had decent stock, and we found a couple of frozen turkey breasts which we had not seen there for a while. At $11 each, I'm glad we'll get at least a few meals from each one. At my last fill, untainted regular was still $4.199/gallon. Frugality Tip The new freezer probes for $70 https://shop.yosmart.com/products/speakerhub-two-temperature-humidity-sensors Operation Independence SRF Might make a profit this time! 125% focused on the event. (Also tickets go up Wed after 12pm) Today's Sponsor: Paul Wheaton of Wheaton Labs and Permies.com Paul Wheaton wants to show you how to build a shed quickly, out of materials right off your own land. The coolest part? Nobody will even know it's there... Check out The Berm Shed Movie at https://permies.com/w/berm-shed?f=495 Main topic of the Show: On Like-Mindedness Back to the Land and Like-Minded People What do we mean when we say like minded? What should we mean when we say like minded? Thoughts about critical thinking skills Trust the Science and asking questions Creating communities of like-minded people Don't sweat the small stuff Assessing if something is a CRITICAL difference or a small difference None of my business Landing: Like mindedness is very important if we break things down to core values, but our human tendency is to equate strong opinions on a variety of things with core values. However, when we reach further, we often find that the BIG differences of opinion that we have are other people's talking points, or things grounded in the HOW not the WHY or the WHAT. We can do better and focus on real goals that make a real difference when we learn to look beyond the spin and work together on core outcomes. Membership Plug MeWe reminder Make it a great week! Song: GUYS! Don't forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce. Community Mewe Group: https://mewe.com/join/lftn Telegram Group: https://t.me/LFTNGroup Odysee: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@livingfree:b Advisory Board The Booze Whisperer The Tactical Redneck Chef Brett Samantha the Savings Ninja Resources Membership Sign Up Holler Roast Coffee Harvest Right Affiliate Link
Eric Ward returns to talk about the recently deregulated purple tomato: a first of its kind GMO with modifications for taste, color and nutrition. Eric and Vance also discuss climate change, the moniker 'trust the science' and the state of higher education. Learn more about the purple tomato: https://www.bigpurpletomato.com/Eric's Company: https://www.agbiome.com/Support the podcast:Book a Legacy Interview | https://legacyinterviews.com/ —A Legacy Interview is a two-hour recorded interview with you and a host that can be watched now and viewed in the future. It is a recording of what you experienced, the lessons you learned and the family values you want passed down. We will interview you or a loved one, capturing the sound of their voice, wisdom and a sense of who they are. These recorded conversations will be private, reserved only for the people that you want to share it with.Join the Articulate Ventures Network | https://network.articulate.ventures/ —We are a patchwork of thinkers that want to articulate ideas in a forum where they can be respectfully challenged, improved and celebrated so that we can explore complex subjects, learn from those we disagree with and achieve our personal & professional goals.Contact Vance for a Talk | https://www.vancecrowe.com/ —Vance delivers speeches that reveal important aspects of human communication. Audiences are entertained, engaged, and leave feeling empowered to change something about the way they are communicating. Vance tells stories about his own experiences, discusses theories in ways that make them relatable and highlights interesting people, books, and media that the audience can learn even more from. Join the #ATCF Book Club | https://www.vancecrowe.com/book-club
Joe Lamp'l – from “Joe Gardener” fame – is America's gardener. Given that his public television show Growing a Greener World is shown in 38 countries, Joe is more appropriately the WORLD's gardener. He has an illustrious, long career spanning television, print, podcasting, and video content. Above all, Joe is an educator – his gardening passion is infectious, and his communication ability to make challenging concepts simple is a strength. He has taken this to the masses in his Online Gardening Academy, offering a growing (pun intended) curriculum of classes available to the public at affordable prices. In this episode, we cover a range of topics, but our focus is on raised beds – from the “why” to the “how”. Joe's content can be found at: Podcast: joegardener.com/podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Spotify Videos: joegardener.com/videos, YouTube Blog: joegardener.com/blog Growing a Greener World PBS show: growingagreenerworld.com Lastest Book: The Vegetable Gardening Book Joe's Online Gardening Academy (online classes) can be found at: organicgardeningacademy.com Joe's social media can be found at: Facebook: @joegardener Twitter: @joegardener Instagram: @joegardener Pinterest: @joegardener To ask questions for future FPGH shows, submit them at: Facebook Instagram email Marlene at firstname.lastname@example.org Find Marlene over on YouTube, Instagram and Facebook
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Anthocyanins are a class of plant pigments associated with healthful qualities in food. While research continues to assess their true health benefits in vivo, there is no question that the attractive fruits stimulate the senses and bring novelty to the diet. Dr. Cathie Martin of the John Innes Center in Norwich, England discusses the technology behind the purple tomato, its potential benefits to animal health, its effects on tomato shelf life, and the recent USDA nod to release of the purple tomato in the USA.
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Really? Past Mid September already? I think that even living in Christchurch this is a rather late moment to sow the tomato seeds. On the other hand… A quick deposit of seeds now allows us to grow seedlings quickly and without risk of too much frost damage. Go on the website of the seed merchants. Kings seeds and Yates and all the others you know. Check your local plant stores – they often have a heap of cool varieties! Get the varieties you want and start that wonderful process of getting a heap of small pots with fabulous seed-raising mix – the fine compost-like stuff that is moist (not soaking wet) and hold lots of organic matter Tomato seeds should never be sown too deep. Think about a depth of just one millimetre if you can – just out of the reach of day-light. The way to achieve that is by sprinkling the seeds on top of the seed-raining mix and then add a tiny layer of more seed-raising mix or… sand, if you've got some. Keep the sowing trays in a warm (not too hot) and dark area. Do NOT over-water – rather: use a “mister” to spray water over the trays. That has the effect of keeping the seed-raising mix moist (not soaking wet) The warmth will help with germination; sunshine is not really a useful thing; too intense! Get the seedlings up to about 3 inches (7 centimetres or so). They will have some cotyledons (seed-leaves). Then provide them with a bit more light. Not in full sun, but in a lighter space, so that the seedlings can harden off a bit and grow a bit more “sturdy”. They start to develop some “True leaves” on the stem. Those are the ones that will also allow the development of side shoots, which might come in handy at a later stage of the tomato plant's growth. After a month or so, the seedlings are ready to be transplanted; I usually take them to a larger pot with good potting mix. The way to transport them from their seedling mix to the next-stage-potting-mix is by holding them by their true leaves (not the fragile stems!) Once the plants are showing signs of hairiness (and sturdiness) on the stems they are ready to put in their final position. Imagine a good, well-drained soil mixture (loam and organic matter) with a natural fertiliser such as sheep pellets. Hammer a decent 1.8 meter stake in the middle (you'll need that stake anyway, for the tomato vine to grow with) and plant the new arrival next to the stake. As soon as it starts to grow up try to tie it to the stake, especially if it is in a windy spot. In my tunnel house, where we don't get rain (!) I need to do the watering myself and therefore choose a system with liquid fertiliser. Usually alternations of Seaweed Tea and Seafood Soup. Mixed in a rather diluted form (looking like light brown water). This means that the plants get fed often and with small amounts; If planted outside, I have always had good result with a slow-release fertiliser sprinkled on the soil; above the root zone: every time it rains, some of the fertiliser will dissolve and make its way into the soil. If you are growing indeterminate varieties of tomato (those that act like climbing vines, rather than bushy plants that stay low) try to keep up with pruning off the laterals, especially in the first meter of vine. It allows the vine to race upwards and create a much better fruiting “crown” at an easier height to pick the fruit. Varieties that were great for me: Artisan Blush was by far the best variety for us – I just pulled them up as they were still producing from last year!! Artisan Blush Cocktail True Red was yummy! And Chef's Choice Bicolour was the beautiful show-stopper in summer Gerard Martin of Kings Seeds has two tips on new varieties: Rosella, a big cherry tomato with a black Blush And Orange Icicle which he describes as Meaty, Juicy, and Sweet Kick myself for being a bit late, this season… LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Fresno County District Attorney Lisa Smittcamp on Wednesday invited an investigation into her office's Public Integrity Unit, which investigates crimes committed by elected officials or public employees related to their duties. Yesterday morning, Swedes woke up to news of a kind that has become all-too familiar: During the night, powerful bombs exploded at apartment buildings in two different towns in southern Sweden. California's Democratic Attorney General Rob Bonta announced the Office of Gun Violence Prevention (OGVP) on Wednesday, making California the first state to establish such a group. Two companies are teaming up to respond to the drought in California by turning the water in tomatoes into drinking water.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tomatoes are one of the most well-traveled vegetables — or fruits — that there is and one of the most popular crops in home gardens, but after they were introduced to Europe, centuries went by when they were grown and admired — but not eaten. To dig into the fascinating history of tomatoes, from their origins to recent developments, my guest this week is William Alexander, the author of “Ten Tomatoes that Changed the World.”
Those who read my blog posts on Mahalaya would know that I had indicated that there are some dietary restriction to be followed. About a year earlier I posted that the Bhagavad Gita speaks about Food habits in detail and quoted texts with explanation. I have tried these Dietary recommendation to the letter since last Mahalaya Paksha. While I can not comment on the spiritual benefits that could have accrued, I can definitely assert that there was an astonishing improvement in my mental state and disposition. In fact my wife, daughter and son were surprised that I was cool even under pressure, anger had ceased to exist and I was listening to others patiently without interrupting them, a quality which I am not accustomed to. I could feel I remained undisturbed and was in fact was watching things happening around me,even if it involved me, as though I was a spectator. There was no hurry in doing things, no anxiety. There was no heaviness while waking up in the morning. This I could attribute only to the Diet, for there was no significant change in my Lifestyle other than this. Why don't you try” Diet details. Avoid. All Root vegetables, like Potatoes. Onions, Garlic, Masalas. Vegetables like Carrot,Beans,Drumstick,Tomatoes,Cabbage,Brinjal,beetroot,Radish. Include, Raw Plantains, Lady's Finger, Poosanikkai/Bootha kumablakkai Indian Beans(kothavarankai) Avaraikkai, Bitter Guords, Snake Gourds. Dal, Ghee, Freshly cooked Rice. Take food once in the afternoon around 1pm. At nights take only light tiffin made of broken rice' like, Idlis,Dosas,Adai,Rice Upma, Fruits and Milk. Watch the change in you. https://ramanisblog.in/2012/10/04/diet-mahalaya-paksha-for-better-physicalmental-health/ image credit.https://truthstar-tgt5cps4e32fytbrgae.netdna-ssl.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/shradh-pooja.jpg --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ramanispodcast/message
Hoo boy what a treat! This week we talk with Hila Perry - a.k.a. Hila the Killa, eco-rapper extraordinaire. Oh, you didn't know that was a viable profession? Well now ya do! Hila Perry is a rapper, comedian, educator, producer, and… an avid and skilled jungle gymmer! She does it all. Find this #climateclown running around New York City dressed as Earth spreading climate change and sustainability awareness, all the while making her community a better place to live.You may know her from songs like Wet Ass Planet, TOMATO, or Mycelium, OR you may know her from a viral video where she IS swinging from a rope, dressed as Earth, falls off the stage, and then flawlessly gets back up and keeps rapping. Join us on this journey as we chat college majors, composting, and what it was like to live a plastic-free life. And stay tuned for her next big adventure - the Earth Show! You can find Hila on all the socials!TikTokInstagramYoutubeTwitterAlso, the people of Puerto Rico and other nearby islands are currently suffering from the effects of Hurricane Fiona. If you want to / can help, you can find a list of vetted community-based organizations and non-profits here.
Hello Friends! We're back again with another podcast! Wow this blurb part is getting kind of old to write about... every episode is just us goofing around and laughing, There you have it... the secret to our success! Not that hard to figure out... that being said... this time Robbie puts his plugs back in, Jordan is ready to take on the entire Tomato community and they both take a hard look at who they really are inside. Thanks for stopping by!
Episode 544: Disturbing dreams of celebrities. What is a dollop? A life of nuts and sausage. Is space fake? How far away is Uranus? Stromboli. A Japanese meat slicer. Waffles. Puke finds a shit-pit. The most level-one date. The kids are into Kaczynski now.
Trying a new show notes format because I keep forgetting to write down the silly things I say. This week, I cover Pokemon Red Battle Factory Edition. It's a hack of Pokemon Red where you are locked in a factory and forced to fight dozens of random trainers with a set of random Pokemon that Professor Oak gives you. The AI is either a big ol' cheater or unbelievably good at predicting Pokemon switches, the random 'mons you get are either horrible or ludicrously overpowered, and your prize for winning the game is Professor Oak telling you to go outside. But it's still enjoyable and a nice change of pace from the usual Pokemon fare. Also, DREAM TALK because I know you love listening to me talk about my weird and terrible dreams. Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/sammobam Matinee Manatees: https://www.matineemanatees.com Tomatoes and Raspberries - A Movie Podcast: https://anchor.fm/tomatoesandraspberries
Karin's voice is shot! So, instead of talking about preserving our harvest through cold storage, dehydrating and fermenting like promised, this episode will be focusing on something shorter and sweeter: can you safely modify a recipe for preserving fruit in a water-bath canner by using less sugar? We'll also talk about why and how to prune or "top" your tomato and pepper plants as we get closer to first frost or the Persephone period. The goal is to save some energy for those developing fruit to get to maturity before the season ends. Let's dig in! Just Grow Something Gardening Friends Facebook Group Check out how you can become a patron on Patreon Follow me on Instagram JustGrowSomethingPodcast.com Merchandise | Just Grow Something Positively Farming Media Podcast Playlist on Spotify Resources: Ball Blue Book Guide to Preserving The All New Ball Book of Canning and Preserving The Ball Jar Store – Jars, Appliances, Accessories National Center for Home Food Preservation (uga.edu) NCHFP Complete Guide to Home Canning Home canning without sugar - MSU Extension --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/justgrowsomething/message
Hey Friend! What a fast week it was! I was very blessed to spend part of the week in Utah with some great friends! God has really surrounded me with the best Christian Women and I sometimes have to seriously hold back the tears when God reveals all that He is orchestrating. I have learned to be patient and wait on Him as He leads each and every step. I can only do what I am doing through Him and I truely give Him all the glory!!!!! This week I want to pass on another amazing garden tip that I learned a few weeks ago and tested it out! Did you know that you can ripen green and orange tomatoes within 2 days and you don't have to set them on a table or a window seal to ripen them? I used to put mine in a single layer on a patio table this time of the year and then bring them into the garage at night in case it was going to freeze, but not anymore! This is another game changer in addition to my freezing tomato tip and I can't believe how well it worked! We had frost here one night last week and because of our crazy schedule lately, I hadn't had time to pick all the tomatoes, but I thought that I better pick as many as I could before I left for Utah! It is really late for our tomatoes because we werent able to even plant them until early June! I picked a few boxes of tomatoes and I froze all the ripe ones and had a full bag of unripened ones, so what I did was put my orange and green tomatoes in a paper grocery bag along with a few ripe tomatoes, I closed it tight, and I put it in the basement. After 24 hours, about ½ of the tomatoes were ripe, and the green tomatoes were starting to change color, so I froze the ripened ones and I thought that maybe a few extra days would be ok for them to ripen, but I was wrong! A few of larger tomatoes must have ripened and rotted very fast, so when I got home and picked up the bag, it totally bottomed out and my tomatoes splatted everywhere! It was a great learning lesson that it probably only takes 2-3 days for the tomatoes to ripen in the paper bag and not to leave them any longer. I only lost a few tomatoes because most of them were big roma tomatoes, so they are thicker, but it sure was a mess to clean up! I guess it is better than having frozen tomatoes though! Im just really excited to know this tip and I hope this will help you with your harvesting as well Join our Facebook Group -> Simple Gardening, Homesteading & Holistic Home for Beginners Email -> email@example.com Instagram -> https://www.instagram.com/claimingsimplicity/ Have a great week! Monica
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If you're not hungry, you will be after this episode, because it's all about food! Soup season is synonymous with tomato season and this week the couple talks about the tomato soup recipe Chad made up when they first moved back to the ranch, which leads to all sorts of talk about cream and butter and the different styles of cooking the two grew up with. Plus, learn about why you'll never eat pork chops and mashed potatoes without creamed peas again and why Chad can't be trusted with a cooler. Enjoy the soup recipe below or find a video version on the Instagram feed at instagram.com/jessieveeder, online at veederranch.com or in Jessie's book, "Coming Home." Plus, Jessie reads this week's column. Read it yourself in Forum Communication's newspapers across the region or on her website at www.veederranch.com Cowboy's Garden Tomato Soup Ingredients ¼ cup water or chicken stock. Add more depending on how thick you like your soup 3 cups fresh tomatoes, diced 1 cup (about 3 medium carrots) diced ¼ of a large purple onion, diced 2 cloves fresh garlic, minced 1 12-ounce can tomato sauce 1 stick butter 1 bay leaf 1 teaspoon celery seed 1 teaspoon dill weed 1 tablespoon chopped fresh basil 1 tablespoon chopped cilantro ½ teaspoon rosemary 1 teaspoon chopped chives Ground black pepper, to taste 4 chicken bouillon cubes 1½ cups heavy whipping cream (room temperature) Directions In a large soup pot add the diced tomatoes, carrots, onion and garlic to ¼ cup water and simmer on low for about 5 to 7 minutes or until the tomatoes start to gently boil. Stir in the tomato sauce, butter, seasonings and bouillon cubes and simmer the soup on low, allowing the onions and carrots to cook, about 30 minutes. Once the vegetables are cooked through, slowly stir in the heavy whipping cream and say “M'm! M'm! Good!” while Campbell sobs silently to himself. Heat (don't boil) for a few minutes, serve it up and have yourself a happy and well-fed fall. Find Jessie's books and music at www.jessieveedermusic.com Share, subscribe and share your stories by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/veederranch/support
Welcome back to our show! This week two of our favorite couples take major steps in their relationship journeys. We're talking about Cece's decision to forgive Schmidt after he slept with Nadia, the end of Mr. Fancypants, and the passion of Nick and Jess. Plus, we play another rousing game of True American!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A country lays to rest its Queen of 70 years. The UK honored Queen Elizabeth today with a massive state funeral--the first since Winston Churchill. Crowds of people lined the streets of London and around Windsor Castle to pay tribute to the only monarch many of them had ever known. We go In Depth into the funeral of Queen Elizabeth. President Biden says the COVID pandemic is over but not everyone agrees. Puerto Rico is hit with another big hurricane that left the whole island without electricity. The damage is being called "catastrophic." If you're bank account is getting drained by rising prices, some relief is coming soon thanks to the state. But is it enough? We go In Depth. Pharmacies are running short of a drug to help people with ADHD. A new food item might be coming soon to the produce section---a purple tomato. Yes, purple. The Phantom of the Opera's famous chandelier will drop on Broadway for the final time in a few months. The popular musical is ending its record-setting run. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hello :) In this bonus video we will explore sounds of toys! I tend to tap on EVERYTHING to see how it sounds and kids toys are the definition of tingly sounds sometimes! It's a chill video that I recorded a few weeks back for you, I hope you enjoy it :D 00:00 Toys, rummaging 01:26 Corn and croissant 05:08 Train on corn, ear-to-ear quick words 08:11 Chicken leg, lol and excited bunny shot xD 09:40 Grapes 11:14 Fries, was my favorite sound during editing 12:14 Wind making bun xD 14:06 Train wheels, clickety clack 15:41 Ketchup and Jelly, I left the drop for your enjoyment :P 16:46 Tomato and banana 17:45 Flash cards with animals 21:18 Chocolate or dreaming of candy Thank you so much for joining me today, Cheers :D #ASMR #GentleWhispering #toys 9/23/21 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/maria-gentlewhispering/support
Fall is taking hold in the Holler. We still could use more rain, but it is much cooler. The second wave of plants is upon us and we are preparing for winter. Forage Someone else got persimmons Mullein seeds we scattered are taking hold Livestock I hit a duck Sick sheep (Bloat or obstructions) 9 days ahead on paddock shifting Still no babies Goats are trained to electric and rotating Need to move the bees Grow Steady flow of green beans Tomatoes coming on the regular but close to done Peppers coming on Lots of basil and herbs to process Preparing for the Food Forest Class in October Holler Neighbors/Community Eversoles moved egg layers into basecamp Trained housesitters for SRF - STILL need someone for the Friday before Infrastructure Rebuilding the 4 wheelers Upgraded goat pasture to be the hub for the whole property Finances Nothing to report Make it a great week! GUYS! Don't forget about the cookbook, Cook With What You Have by Nicole Sauce and Mama Sauce. It makes a great Christmas Gift! Community Mewe Group: https://mewe.com/join/lftn Telegram Group: https://t.me/LFTNGroup Odysee: https://odysee.com/$/invite/@livingfree:b Advisory Board The Booze Whisperer The Tactical Redneck Chef Brett Samantha the Savings Ninja Resources Membership Sign Up Holler Roast Coffee Harvest Right Affiliate Link
Tomatoes seem to be the favorite crop for home gardeners to grow. Get some useful tips from Teresa Golden (The Veggie Patch) on how to start them from seed, what to look for when buying plants for transplanting, when to plant, and tips to manage the various pests and diseases that may attack one of our favorite summer fruits. Then hear from Linda Aydlett on Hum of the Hive. This episode, Linda talks about how honey bees cope when their food sources (typically nectar producing flowers) dry up. They have a systematic way to ensure the survival of the colony. This is a wonderful glimpse into the fascinating lives of honey bees. Finally, join Heidi Bock on another wonderful hike up to High Falls Conservation Area on Trekking the Trails. Located in Philmont, NY, High Falls offers one mile of trails that wind through hemlock ravines, alongside the Agawamuck Creek to an overlook of Columbia County's highest waterfall. There's something here for all kinds of outdoor enthusiasts. Listen in! Hosts: Tim Kennelty and Jean Thomas Guests: Teresa Golden, Linda Aydlett and Heidi Bock Photo by: Tim Kennelty Production Support: Linda Aydlett and Teresa Golden Resources
On today's episode, we get an economic outlook on the future of the booming pistachio industry. Additionally, Vicky Boyd provides information from Colusa County row crop farmer Kurt Richter talks about water supply impacts on processing tomatoes, the tomato season in general and initial plans for next year. Supporting the People who Support Agriculture Thank you to our sponsors who make it possible to get you your daily news. Please feel free to visit their websites. The California Walnut Board – https://walnuts.org/ PhycoTerra® –https://phycoterra.com/ Verdesian - https://vlsci.com/
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Dave, Chris, and Priya Krishna assemble to consider America's love affair with a certain sort of tomato recipe—and then, in search of a new spin on the nightshade, the trio turns to a little-known dish from Northern Vietnam. (Plus, a preview of Priya Krishna's wedding menu!) Find the recipes for this and every Recipe Club on The Ringer's website, watch the video version of this episode on Spotify, and join the conversation (and cook along with us!) on Discord and Instagram. Hosts: Dave Chang and Chris Ying Guest: Priya Krishna Producer: Sasha Ashall Additional Production: Jordan Bass and Lala Rasor Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It's probably not a surprise to anyone, but after the first big weekend of college football, this episode is A Lot of Sports. This is also what we like to refer to as our happy place. And while our sound wouldn't pick up Melanie's little noisemaker for some reason, we did not let that deter us from our first round of Side Eyes and I See Yous for this new season. We won't always talk about football quite this much, but it seemed right and fitting for the first big game weekend. We also discuss our recent closet clean-outs, our Empty Nest Feelings, and our desperation to have actual conversations with our children. Plus it's my turn for Five Favorites. Hope y'all enjoy! - Our Amazon Shop - Join Us on Patreon Show Notes: - Aggie Park - Ryan Day on Game Day - Will Rogers had himself a game - Clarins depuffing mask - Norma Kamali Elephant pants - the mattress topper that's like a cloud (according to Alex) - Universal Thread button down shirts from Target - Athleta Pranayama wrap - clear zip pouches for organizing - Trader Joe's Organic Roasted Red Pepper & Tomato soup - Korks Lori platform clogs - they work for high arches! - less than $60 - Lilo's Salad (and I would add the adjective "magical") Sponsors: - KiwiCo (use code BIGBOO for 50% off any crate line) - Hello Fresh (use code BIGBOO for up to 16 free meals across 7 boxes and 3 free gifts) - Prose (use this link for 15% off your first order) - Hiya (use this link for 50% off their best-selling children's vitamin)
Historically, evangelicals have been the group of Americans most resistant to taking action against climate change. The National Association of Evangelicals hopes to change that. Phil, Christian and Skye discuss the NAE's new report and their attempt to ground environmental care in the biblical call to love your neighbor. Will it work? Then, the Most Interesting Evangelical in the World, Bob Roberts Jr., is back to talk about extremism. For over 20 years he has built relationships with international terrorists groups, and has studied how extremism takes root. That's why Roberts says what's happening in America right now is terrifying, and warns the church that remaining silent about conspiracy theories, political hate speech, and Christian Nationalism is not an option. Plus, a pumpkin regatta and tomatoes hit the road. News Segment 00:00 - Intro 5:00 - Phil's mistakes 10:41 - Tomatoes hit the road 17:37 - Evangelicals and climate change Sponsor 45:13 - Sponsor: Abide Get 25% off a premium Abide subscription by texting “holypost” to 22433 Interview with Bob Roberts Jr. Bob Roberts Jr. - https://bobrobertsjr.com/ Bold Love Podcast - boldlovepodcast.com GlocalNet - glocal.net 46:37 - Bob Roberts Jr. interview intro 48:51 - Extremism in America 56:01 - Defining Christian nationalism 1:00:21 - The church's call 1:22:10 - Hope in this moment 1:26:31 - Credits Other resources and links mentioned: "Evangelical group releases climate change report, urges a biblical mandate for action" (Religion News Service) - https://religionnews.com/2022/08/29/evangelical-group-releases-climate-change-report-urges-a-biblical-mandate-for-action/ "Dobson, Others Seek Ouster of NAE Vice President" (Christianity Today, March 2007) - https://www.christianitytoday.com/ct/2007/marchweb-only/109-53.0.html Megan Basham tweet - https://twitter.com/megbasham/status/1564749306866851843?cxt=HHwWhoCz5YjNjbcrAAAA Holy Post Episode 456: Why We're Divided & Positive Pluralism with Bob Roberts - https://www.holypost.com/post/episode-456-why-we-re-divided-positive-pluralism-with-bob-roberts Holy Post Episode 172: Dude Ranches in Texas with Guest Bob Roberts - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qxa8pE83WD4&t=2s Holy Post website: https://www.holypost.com/ Holy Post Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/holypost