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December Gardening Tips

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Tips for your Garden in December as recommended by Charla Anthony With minimal planting and harvesting tasks, the month of December offers the home gardener respite. It is an opportune time to reflect on your garden’s production or research new growing opportunities. During this holiday season, perhaps friends or family will be gifted produce from […]

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Bull Canes and Playground Bullies

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The Vineyard teaches us many things. For instance, there are bullies in the vines as well as in life. “Bull Canes” not only sap unproductive energy from the vine and the neighboring branches, but they aggressively overwhelm nearby vines shading their branches making them less productive. See how the vinetender manages the bull canes in […]

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Pairing Wine and Tea

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Vineyard Cuisine is the art of food preparation incorporating wine and fresh garden ingredients. It is about creating a dish that makes the wine “sing”. It is really the herbs, spices, and sauces that create that bridge of flavors that can make wine “Sing”. Teas not only create healthful beverages but act as quick flavoring […]

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Wine Pairings for Pecan Biscotti

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WINE PAIRINGS FOR PECAN BISCOTTI as recommended by Karen Bonarrigo – Holidays are filled with love, warmth, and houses filled with family, friends, and laughter.  Desserts during the holidays should reflect the same – comfort and delight. – Biscotti is a dessert that has loving history for my family, and is a treat that pairs […]

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Messina Hof Pecan Biscotti Recipe

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“Biscotti is such an Italian treat. It seems that every Italian household has a jar of biscotti ready for dunking in the espresso. One cousin double bakes the ones for dunking and leaves some softer after a single bake for the children’s treats. Each family has a favorite recipe. We always look forward to the […]

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November Gardening Tips

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Tips for your Garden in November as recommended by Charla Anthony Cool season crops are growing in earnest this month, but there is still time to add a few more things to the vegetable garden. Keep a close eye on weather predications and be ready to cover new or baby plants in the event of […]

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Branches Abiding in the Vine

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Grace Bible gave the sermon “I Am the Vine” on Sunday. Messina Hof was blessed to serve as the visual example of what the vine is, how it works, and the relationship between the vine and the branches. These two YouTube videos explain that relationship. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTBZ8w53AkY – John 15, first in the sermon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NNIuUg4EEvI John […]

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Guest Tablescapers: Wanda & Mike

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“Mike and I moved to College Station and built a home in 2011. Our new home includes a large, covered back porch and an additional outdoor kitchen area. We made the indoor living area opened specifically for entertaining and/or visiting with guests. Mike, as a Master Gardener, put in a large vegetable garden and fruit […]

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