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This Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty has numerous walks, is great for kite flying and for watching para-gliders and gliders.
Strawberry shortcake. Strawberry rhubarb pie. Strawberry ice cream. Summertime in New England wouldn't be the same without these bountiful, sweet, juicy berries.
Summer is winding down going toward fall, time to relish all the juicy & sweet fruits.
Zucchini bread, pumpkin bread and carrot cake all originated as creative ways to use the garden's abundance.
Today's recipe feature is Stone Fruit Pouches. Here, we take the best of summer fruit and mix it up with the grill.
Humans have a long history of tinkering with their fruits and vegetables; we can grow purple tomatoes, super bananas or the classic seedless watermelon.
ENERGY consumption accounts for a huge proportion of production costs in Australian orchards, creating a massive financial burden on fruit growers and seriously impacting their overall profit margin.
Informal traders were swept off Jo'burg's streets in October and although the city now appears to have embraced them, their future remains uncertain.
Woof! It's hot! It's dry! And if you're like Grumpy, you're SICK TO DEATH of watering all of your plants day after day, only to come back the next day and have them looking wilted and pathetic like you were never were there.
The fruit varieties that fill farmers market stalls right now are some of late summer's greatest pleasures.
For the past six years, New York art professor Sam Van Aken has been grafting fruit trees with the hope of producing one tree with 40 different fruits.
One trip to your local farmers' market or even the produce section of the supermarket and you can see the options are plentiful this time of year.
Chicken wings, limes and now Nutella: even in the wealthiest country in the world, many Americans get worked up over food shortage scares that pop up a few times a year.
At least, that's what entrepreneurs Shelley Larkins and Kathi Henry, owners of Ears-A-Poppin in South Lubbock, are hoping.
Suzanne Spahi is a Montreal artist whose richly textured mosaics shimmer with light and burst with colour, their patterns evocative of a souk.
Customs Deputy Commissioner Jessie Dellosa, Director Dante Fidel and Ariel Bayot of the Bureau of Plant Industries inspect oranges illegally imported from South Africa.
Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 01:50 am
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