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Apple Carrot Quinoa Chili recipe from Kate Towell

This time of year I love making soups, stews and chili. These one-pot-wonders are great time savers, healthy and delicious. I make them often and have already shared a few of my favorite recipes with you.

This time of year I love making soups, stews and chili. These one-pot-wonders are great time savers, healthy and delicious. I make them often and have already shared a few of my favorite recipes with you.

I saw this recipe on Kris Carr’s fan page and thought it looked interesting. I switched a few things up and added veggie broth, celery and red pepper to the recipe. It turned out very tasty. I served it with organic corn chips and topped with cheese.

Elle Marie Hair Studio named Best Hair Salon for 2013 by Best of Western Washington voters

Elle Marie Hair Studio was recently selected as the Best Hair Salon in the 2013 Best of Western Washington contest. The contest is organized by KING 5 TV’s “Evening Magazine” and 597 salons were nominated. Elle Marie took second place out of 148 entries in the Best Hair Color category as well.

Elle Marie Hair Studio was recently selected as the Best Hair Salon in the 2013 Best of Western Washington contest. The contest is organized by KING 5 TV’s “Evening Magazine” and 597 salons were nominated. Elle Marie took second place out of 148 entries in the Best Hair Color category as well.

December 2013 check list from The Whistling Gardener

One would think that by December there wouldn’t be much left to do in our gardens, and for anyone with a typical northwest low maintenance yard with mostly evergreens and a few deciduous shrubs surrounded by a sea of bark that might be the case. Not so for the rest of us. We are compulsive dedicated gardeners who live for the chance to commune with nature right in our own backyards.

One would think that by December there wouldn’t be much left to do in our gardens, and for anyone with a typical northwest low maintenance yard with mostly evergreens and a few deciduous shrubs surrounded by a sea of bark that might be the case. Not so for the rest of us. We are compulsive dedicated gardeners who live for the chance to commune with nature right in our own backyards.

As a Northwest gardener, what are you thankful for? - from The Whistling Gardener

Well, this week is Thanksgiving, a traditional time for Americans to take time to count their blessing and reflect on the things in their lives that they are truly thankful for. So I was thinking (in gardening terms of course) of some of the things that I really enjoy here in the great northwest. Here’s my list.

Well, this week is Thanksgiving, a traditional time for Americans to take time to count their blessing and reflect on the things in their lives that they are truly thankful for. So I was thinking (in gardening terms of course) of some of the things that I really enjoy here in the great northwest. Here’s my list.

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