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New HD Video of Vivian Reiss, interviewed in her garden

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Tomato Panic or Red Alert [or yellow, purple, white, pink or maybe, striped alert]

Last week I had a tomato panic. I found out that Doris Giardino, who grew my beautiful heritage tomato seedlings for my www.124merton.com rooftop garden, was not growing them again this year. What would become of the annual tomato tasting? … Continue reading

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In a circular line, it all comes back

   It was announced that for the first time in years the Macy’s Fourth of July fireworks were to displayed in the Hudson River. The last time I had seen them over the Hudson, was in the year of my sixth grade graduation. I … Continue reading

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Horseradish, of Plague and Pleasure

Horseradish leaves in my garden in the Fall  The first  thing we harvest from our garden in the Spring is horseradish for our traditional Passover plate. We dig up the root ,wash and peel it and then don snorkeling gear to grate it. … Continue reading

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A New Series Beginning: Giant Garden Paintings!

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Radishes

Last week in New York ,I was in a restaurant called Cascabel, www.nyctacos.com a lower east side vibe on the upper east side.  Low and behold, what did I see on the menu but radishes with Mexican herbs.  Of course I had … Continue reading

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