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April

Wine Pairings for Tempura Battered Asparagus

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WINE PAIRINGS FOR TEMPURA BATTERED ASPARAGUS as recommended by Karen Bonarrigo Asparagus is traditionally classified as one of the most difficult vegetables to pair with wine due to its extreme vegetal components Asparagus in the springtime cannot be beat in terms of freshness and tenderness White asparagus has more mellow flavors compared to its green […]

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Tempura Battered Asparagus Recipe

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  Print Tempura Battered Asparagus With A Soy Solera Sherry Dipping Sauce Ingredients Tempura batter 1 cup All-purpose flour 1 egg 1 cup ice water 1 tsp baking powder 2 Tbsp corn starch Pinch of salt Soy sherry vinaigrette 1 cup soy sauce 1 cup Messina Hof Solera Sherry Wine 1 tbsp ginger 1 tbsp […]

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April Gardening Tips

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Tips for your Garden in April as recommended by Mike Vidrine, Brazos Valley Gardener, Orchardist and Apiarist April can be a real transition month for the garden.  The longer, warmer days are causing the cool season crops to complete their life cycle and at the same time are encouraging the warm season crops to faster […]

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April Tablescaping Tips from Merrill

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Asparagus comes from a word meaning sprout. Try growing a low flat decorative container of grass or alfalfa sprouts (or buy one). If you celebrate at Easter, you can add some beautifully decorated eggs on the bed of sprouts or grass. Decorated eggs are a common decor in other countries. If you have a collection, […]

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April Gardening Tips

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Tips for your Garden in April as recommended by Charla Anthony April is prime time to plant edibles in Central Texas gardens. Plant-ables: * Vegetables to plant: * Seeds directly sown: bush and pole beans, corn, cucumber, melons, okra, and both summer and winter squash. * Small plants: eggplant, peppers and Swiss chard. Plant tomatoes […]

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