Last night, I decided to get ambitious and make some lettuce wraps, P.F. Chang's style. I looked up recipes online and what I came up with for mine was a combination of several versions I found, improvising when I didn't have exactly what the recipe called for. No matter - the result was something that we both LOVED, in fact, Romie loved it so much, he ate three of them.
I’ve decided to host a monthly giveaway here at JPGD, and I’m very excited about my first one, the Potting Scoop by DeWit Tools (also affectionately known as the “Shawna Trowel” by friends)!
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Check it out: it has a rounded scoop so soil won’t fall out (I hate that), a notched edge for cutting open soil bags (brilliant) and a sharpened bottom edge to cut through roots or anything else you want to cut through. DeWit Tools and Shawna generously sent me two trowels — one to try out for myself and one to give away to someone super lucky!
In case you're still stumped as to what to get the gardener on your gift list this year, here are a few suggestions: Flower Press 5-inch for $25.50 / 9-inch for $47.95 It’s been my wish for several years to create my own herbarium, much as...
Because so many gardeners I know are doing such inspirational gardening I wanted to introduce you to them. In 2013 I am building a series of posts all about garden friends who are interesting, amazing, and have great garden stories to tell.
The potting scoop was designed with the container gardener in mind...higher sides than a trowel to hold more soil without spilling, a sharp leading edge for planting and digging and a “bag ripper” notch on the side of the blade for opening bags of...
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